Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 21 September 2014

The ten best sat navs

TeleNav for Blackberry
TeleNav has been available on multiple Blackberry handsets for some time and is a slick sat nav system with millions of business listings including hotels, restaurants, Wi-Fi hot spots and petrol stations while its map updates are free and automatic.
Price: from £4.99/month;
Binatone G350
Proof that you don't have to spend a fortune to reach your destination comes in the form of Binatone's budget G350 sat nav. With a decent colour screen, clear instructions and a full postcode search, it has everything you need and no superfluous features plus, unlike certain TomTom models, you won't need to fork out for endless extras either.
Price: £69.99
Garmin nuvi 1690 with Friend Finder
On sale on 15 November, Garmin's latest sat nav combines GPS with a slew of other hi-tech functions. Need to track down an address? Use Google Local Search on the go. Want to find out where your mates are? The nuvi 1690 will sync with your social networks to find out. Instant traffic alerts, realtime fuel prices and an international phone directory make this one of the hardest-working sat navs on the market.
Price: £349.99

Ensure you wont get lost with one of these sat-navs

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