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New GPS requirements

manlymatt83

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Oct 14, 2005
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Hi all,

Decided to start a new thread because I am pretty specific now about the kind of GPS I want.

A) Less than $200 on ebay (new or used)
B) Lots of points of interest
C) Decent directions in the car, audible driving directions, reliable
D) Other mounting methods other than suction cup.

Anything FTW?
 

akshatp

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Why dont you just get a GPS receiver for your mobile phone (if it supports it) and use that as your GPS device.

For $200 you wont get what you are looking for above...
 

foghorn67

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Jan 3, 2006
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People have been happy with the Mio 310x. For $200, it isn't bad at all. I might order one too. Check out Outpost/Fry's online.
 

randay

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May 30, 2006
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mjuszczak mjuszczak, I think I missed our turn. We need a new route. mjuszczak mjuszczak.
 

manlymatt83

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Originally posted by: foghorn67
People have been happy with the Mio 310x. For $200, it isn't bad at all. I might order one too. Check out Outpost/Fry's online.

Got this. Its great. Thanks!
 

mrrman

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ubid.com...picked up a Navman 550 for $220...does everything you listed and more
 

manlymatt83

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Originally posted by: foghorn67
People have been happy with the Mio 310x. For $200, it isn't bad at all. I might order one too. Check out Outpost/Fry's online.

Some people are saying they are getting staples to PM with outpost/fry's. How are they doing this? Outpost/fry's is online and staples and circuit city both don't price match online ads.
 

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