GPS Buying Guide for Black Friday 2009

GPS on a Budget - Under $100

If you are planning on purchasing a GPS device this year, you have quite a few options available. This article will make a few recommendations towards specific units to select while bargain hunting. If you missed our basic introduction to a GPS article, we recommend you read that over to introduce yourself to the ins-and-outs of GPS.


Budget GPS - Under $100
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TomTom One 125-SE GPS
  • 3.5" Display
  • Spoken Street Names
$59.00
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Garmin nuvi 225
  • 3.5" Display
  • Spoken Street Names
$99.00


Garmin's nuvi 255 is a great deal and is sure to satisfy almost any GPS buyer. Text to speech is there, as are extensive maps of the US and Canada. This product's only real weakness is a lack of multi-point routing, meaning you'll need to punch in each individual destination when making more than one stop.

The TomTom One 125-SE is an older model, but is still very capable. We are speculating that this is a model made specifically for Walmart, as there is not much information available about it. If you can get your hands on one on Black Friday, it's well worth the price. This is the least expensive GPS featuring spoken street names that we have ever seen.

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November 23, 2009

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