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    1. Magellan RoadMate 700 Vehicle GPS with Windshield Mount
    list price: $1,499.99
    our price: Too low to display
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    Asin: B0000DJEK7
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Magellan
    Sales Rank: 532
    Average Customer Review: 3.85 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    This powerhouse GPS unit just keeps gaining in popularity. Recently bestowed the honor of being named one of "Oprah's Favorite Things for Holiday 2004" it's just getting better and better every year. With the previous version of the RoadMate 700 lacking in included accessories this years RoadMate 700 hits a home run as Magellan has wisely included in the package a windshield suction cup mount, a 12V DC vehicle power adapter, 110V AC power supply, USB data cable, universal cradle and of course a user's manual.

    The Magellan RoadMate 700 offers a powerful dash-mounted navigation tool with turn-by-turn voice prompts, making it easy to get to new and unfamiliar locales anywhere in the U.S. and Canada (For a fee it can be loaded European maps using the Magallen web site and the included USB connection cable). It also features a bright color TFT LCD screen (2.25 by 3 inches), touchscreen input, WAAS reception (for 3-meter accuracy), and multiple ways to select your route and then view it on screen.

    True View 3D navigation shows you the actual road layout.

    The RoadMate 700 is one of the few GPS devices that's ready to go as soon as it's unpacked. Its whoppingly huge 20 GB internal hard drive comes preloaded with detailed road maps for all of the U.S. and the southern (most populated) section of Canada, so you won't have to fiddle with selecting map regions from a CD-ROM and having to transfer the data from a PC. If you keep your addresses on a PDA with IrDA capabilities then you'll enjoy the RoadMate's ability to upload the addresses wirelessly and point you right to your destination. In fact each of the 3 profiles that the unit keeps track of is allotted space for 100 addresses, making a total of 300 addresses available. Of course the most important address, home, can always be accessed with just a few clicks and from any menu and the RoadMate 700 will guide you back with ease.

    You can also choose a map view, or the maneuver list.
    If you are planning on using the RoadMate 700 with an older car--make sure it has a cigarette lighter power adapter, or leave enough time to charge it up in your hotel room or office with the supplied AC power cord. This also means that you won't be able to use the RoadMate 700 as a handheld device outside of your car. As for mounting, the included suction cup windshield mounting hardware is quite easy to use and allows you to mount the unit on any glass surface in your car. The RoadMate unit easily clips into the provided windshield bracket and can be tilted and turned with it's adjustable arm so you can see it easily and safely while you navigate.
    Quickly locate points of interest and amenities along your route.
    One of the benefits of the windshield mount is that because it's a suction cup mount you can move it in seconds from car to car with no problems at all. This newer suction cup based windshield mount is an improvement over the older three pronged mount that used to come with the RoadMate units. The older three-pronged mount was inserted into one of the middle air conditioning vents on your dash; the prongs are bendable to help you get the most secure fit, but never gave as secure of a fit as the windshield mount does.

    But the RoadMate 700 shines as a virtual co-pilot. During our tests, it consistently acquired a satellite lock quickly (within a minute) and displayed our current position. From there, we searched through the vast library of POIs (points of interest) to find our destination (Seattle's baseball stadium). The RoadMate 700 has four different modes of getting you to your destination--shortest route, shortest distance, least use of freeways, and most freeways. Selecting shortest route got us to this venue using very practical directions that weren't far off from what we normally would choose.

    If you're traveling to a destination that's not a widely known POI (such as a friend's home), no problem. You can enter the exact address into the RoadMate 700--using the touchscreen to tap letters and numbers into several search screens--to have it create a route. (You can also save 100 destinations in the address book.

    QuickSpell minimizes typing.
    The voice prompting was clear and audible (thanks to the two built-in speakers), and we were given ample warnings for upcoming turns. One of the RoadMate's nicest features is the Repeat button (which is smallish, but the only button found on the top of the device). If you miss a turn instruction, press it to repeat the previous voice prompt. Of the three view modes, True View was our favorite--it displays a 3D street-level view that helped us orient ourselves to our surroundings.

    Overall, we were quite thrilled with the RoadMate 700's features: the color screen was bright and readable even in direct sunlight and the voice prompts were clear and not distracting to our driving. Best of all, the UI (user interface) screens are easy to navigate and--thanks to its large hard drive and map database--it's ready to go as soon as you open the box. While the price is not for the faint of heart, it will be a very valuable tool for many drivers (from business folk to parents) who need to get to unfamiliar locations quickly and smoothly. -- Agen G.N. Schmitz

    What's in the Box:
    RoadMate GPS, a windshield suction cup mount, a 12V DC vehicle power adapter, 110V AC power supply, USB data cable, universal cradle and a user's manual ... Read more

    Features

    • Turn-by-turn guidance with voice prompting
    • Comprehensive mapping of U.S. and Canada on integrated 20 GB hard drive
    • Exceptional GPS accuracy and reliability
    • Advanced points of interest database. Easy to use touch-screen interface
    • Comes with sunction cup windshield mount DC vehicle power adapter, AC power supply, and data cable

    Reviews (47)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Magellan Roadmate 700
    Eversince I used the Hertz "Never lost" navigation system in a rental car, I have been wanting to own one but at that time it wasn't available in the market . I remember, with a GPS, how easy it was for me to reach my destinations in Houston metropolitan area. An area I had never been to before. First I thought to use HP Jornada 720 for navigation but lack of compatibility was the issue. Also I didn't want too many wires around the dashboard in my car.So I dropped the idea of using a handheld pc as a gps. I started doing some research and found out that there are two GPS (Garmin Streetpilot 2610 and Magellan Roadmate 700) that dont need an installation, rather could be used with cigarette lighter. Both are portable and could be moved from one vehicle to the other. I liked the idea but could not decide which one suits my needs better. Luckily we are living in an age of information, so I was able to read a lot about these items on the internet. Garmin being couple of hundred dollars cheaper and also BestBuy had one on the display where I could actually see, touch and feel it. Unfortunately, Roadmate was not on the display like BestBuy had Garmin. Anyhow I read several reviews and could make a comparison. I am sharing my views here so that reader could get some feedback. Magellan Roadmate 700 is WAAS enabled while Garmin SP2610 is not. WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) is more accurate to locate your position. Magellan RoadMate 700 has built in 10 GB hard drive . Maps of both USA and Canada are already loaded on the unit so you dont have to load them or worry about buying expensive flash cards. Roadmate 700 has little larger screen than the Garmin and that makes a difference and resolution is also good. Roadmate 700 is easier to operate than Garmin sp 2610.Voice prompts on Roadmate are very clear and pleasant. Roadmate 700 also shows a 3D heavy arrow before the turn which is good. These are the positives in the favor of Roadmate. Lets talk about some negatives. Roadmate does not have a good mounting design. Car vents are used to mount your unit. What if you have heat on . I think that wouldn't be good idea for your unit . It may also come apart and fall on the floor. Another negative about RoadMate 700 is that it does not come with AC adapter or USB cable. Also the price is higher than Garmin SP2610. Taking into consideration the pros and cons I picked the Magellan Roadmate 700. Yesterday I picked a unit at BestBuy with a 4 year warranty (US$39.99). It took me few minutes to set it up and turn it on. I was in Manhattan NYC. I drove back to New Jersey and it performed very well. I made a wrong turn and RM700 recalculated the route right away and put me back on the track. What a relief. Let me mention here about Roadmate 500 that does not come with a built in Hard drive. With RM 500, you have to buy additional memory cards. You will be required to get it activated from the company for additional cost. You will have to download the maps of distant areas you plan to drive to.That is the reason I did not buy RM 500. I am pleased to have Magellan Roadmate 700. I will keep you posted with additional findings in future. Drive safely. Peace and Love.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Never lost again
    I've only been using my RoadMate 700 for a short time and my experiences echo most of the other reviews here.

    Update January 22, 2004: It's been almost a full month with the Roadmate 700. My thoughts now? How did I ever live without this? I've used this extensively to travel all through CT and into NH and MA. I love that I can be in a completely remote location and this device gets me home. Ever single time. I also have searched several times for things like gas stations and restaurants - and it is simply amazing. I like this better today than I did when I bought it. And I'm someone who gets tired of their electronic gadgets quickly.

    I found it to be very easy to operate. You truly can take it out of the box, plug it in, and within a couple of minutes be navigating to any address using the maps that are all stored within the 10 GB hard drive.

    When starting up I find that it has a lag of 3 to 5 minutes where it has to acquire the satellite signal. This may account for some of the reports online of units being broken or not navigating properly. Once the signal has been acquired I had no difficulty with it knowing where I was. (Update 12/24/03: My unit developed a startup/fix time of around 15 minutes so I replaced it with a new unit that did not exhibit this problem. Normal startup/fix time appears to be a couple minutes unless you've moved significantly from where you shut down the device).

    The 3-D navigation is nice -- though not all that I had hoped. When travelling 3D pops up a handly graphical overview of where you need to turn next. I think it is displayed a bit early though. I was navigating today and it showed me the turn in 3D about 5 streets ahead of where I needed to be turning. I'll have to see if it is my user error somehow but it seems it would be much more useful if the 3D popped up while you were in the turn rather than several streets back.

    I looked at the Garmin 2610 in comparison to this unit. I also considered the RoadMate 500. The Garmin screen seemed smaller and a little harder to operate. The RoadMate 500 is the same unit at this -- without the internal 10 GB hard disk that stores all the maps.

    Unfortunately the 700 doesn't ship with an AC power adapter or USB connector (which the 500 does).

    The mount that comes with the RoadMate is a plastic coated metal piece that you are supposed to use to attach the heavy unit to your vents. I lucked out and was able to stick it into my dash molding on my 2002 Ford Explorer and it fits tight and is in a good position (use a flat edge screwdriver to slightly and gently pry the molding above the radio out a little and slide the bracket in there). If you call tech support they'll send a free windshield mount to replace the vent mount.

    Overall I'm happy with the accuracy and especially the ease of use of this unit. It seems that Magellan has bent over backwards to make this an uncomplicated unit for people who want to plug in and navigate without worrying about loading maps or other technical details.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Magellan Roadmate 700 VS. Garmin StreetPilot III
    My wife purchased the Magellan Roadmate 700. I have the Garmin Streetpilot III in my car. I was very angry with her for purchasing another GPS since we already owned one. She said it was easier to use than my Garmin. I took her Magellan GPS for a day to prove her wrong and had to eat crow. I really tried to make it worse, but it was just so accurate and simple to use. The Magellan Roadmate 700 came preloaded with the entire U.S. map. I had to purchase maps to download into my Garmin. Every time I go out of state I have to download the new area into my Garmin. The Magellan already has it loaded. The Magellan was very user friendly. The touch screen was a breeze to navigate with. It was just simple. Plug it in and go. Needless to say she wants her Magellan back. This is a great product. I had heard it advertised on the Glenn Beck radio show and it is everything they said and more. I highly recommend this GPS product.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Multiple problems, not worth the money...
    I decided to go with the Roadmap 700 at the end of April, and I have had nothing but problems with it and the manufacter. It takes at least 30 minutes to get a lock on a position. I live 30 miles north of Boston in a major metro area!! The screen will lock up at times and not move for 20-30 minutes. The touch screen has a mind of its own and the manual controls are sticking and not responsive...

    I did some checking around and found out that Thales is having serious product control problems with this unit. Either you get a perfect one out of the box, or a bad one. If you get a bad one, it is real bad. I can no longer return it to the store I bought it and 2 phone calls and 2 emails to the Thales have gone un-returned. I fear the worst, and went out today and bought the Garmin 2620.

    Stay away until they fix their quality control, or become more responsive to these problems. If you do buy it, get the extended warrenty from the store so you can bring it back in case you get a "bad" one...

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Unit, a few quirks I can live with!
    Purchased the unit and have used extensively across the country.

    THE GOOD:
    - ease of use, no manual required (really), truly plug-n-play
    - GREAT unit for frequent travelers and car renters
    - it works, directs me well with ample and clear notice even in difficult cities with many turns (e.g. NYC, Wash DC, SF)
    - its size and windshield mounting bracket work well in most cars, vans, SUV's
    - nice clear voice prompts, lots of nice customization options

    THE BAD:
    - when moving from one location to another - like getting off plane in new place - its seems to take awhile to 'wake up' (up to 15 minutes so far). Website says 5-10 minutes, so I guess I should relax. I recommend getting maps from car rental places so you don't have to wait too long to begin traveling unfamiliar routes.

    - having to pay $20 for USB connection, $20 for AC adapter. When paying over $1,000 for this thing, you'd think they'd include it especially considering they are used primarily to fix their shortcomings (e.g. download upgrades, patches, etc.)

    - all kinds of CompactFlash compatibility issues (e.g. Lexar may not work?). Before buying a card, check Magellan website or pay arm & leg for their own formatted cards.

    - as best I can tell it does not have a nice feature of Hertz NeverLost - which are the icons of many points of interest at each step of your trip (like gas stations, restaurants, etc.). You CAN get these, but need to cancel your current destination, select POI, and then 'Nearest' (and then re-enter destination).

    - voice prompts aren't as loud as I like even with volume all the way up, and I get occasional speaker noise/hissing

    - Careful in NYC. Pay attention to boroughs when typing New York, NY as your city -- there may be many '4th Ave' addresses across the NYC boroughs and it may not pick correctly (recommend using points-of-interest if a hotel) ... Read more


    2. Garmin StreetPilot 2620 In-Car GPS Navigator with Color Touchscreen
    list price: $1,516.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001MHL0Y
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Garmin
    Sales Rank: 281
    Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Featuring pre-loaded, detailed maps of North America, this plug-and-play portable automotive GPS navigator lets you get started as soon as you take it out of the box, without having to deal with unlocking or uploading of data that the Garmin 2610 requires. The Streetpilot 2620's hard drive contains detailed maps of the entire United States plus some metropolitan areas of Canada, and features over five million points of interest, including lodging, restaurants, gas stations, and local attractions. You can also navigate to a specific address.

    Its intuitive, color, menu-based touch screen features voice prompted turn-by-turn navigation and a powerful microprocessor for fast route calculation and map redraw. There's even a unique wireless infrared remote control, which allows easy operation of the unit from a distance.

    Garmin makes accessories to help you integrate your GPS with your life and your priorities. Keep your GPS at the ready while protecting it from knocks and bumps is with a carrying case, that has space for your hookup cable and remote control. In the car, you'll appreciate the mounting options and clear reception afforded by theGarmin Magnetic or Suction Mount Antenna that will give you better satellite reception than if you only place your GPS on the dashboard. Using your GPS in more than one vehicle? The Garmin Dashmount is just the ticket, providing one temporary and one permanent adhesive mounting disc so you can move the unit back and forth between your cars.

    The 2620's WAAS-enabled support provides the highest degree of GPS accuracy and it comes with a host of cool new features, including: Multiple Destinations, in which the 2620 can automatically sort out a selection of destinations and then determine the most efficient route. Road Segment and Area Avoidance, which lets you avoid bad traffic and road construction by letting you determine areas to avoid when calculating routes. Find Nearest on Route lets you limit searches for waypoints like gas stations and restaurants to upcoming points on your. And finally, the Adjustable Road Class Preference feature lets you adjust your preferences for major, medium, and minor road categories.

    The StreetPilot 2620 sports a built-in patch antenna and MCX-type connector for optional external GPS antenna connection, a 305 x 160-pixel display with bright, automotive-grade 8-bit 256-color LCD touch screen, an alphanumeric remote control, a built-in photo sensor that adjusts the display for light conditions, plus data storage without any memory battery needed and a snappy integrated dash mounting system.

    The WAAS difference
    • 100 meters: Accuracy of the original GPS system, which was subject to accuracy degradation under the government-imposed Selective Availability (SA) program.
    • 15 meters: Typical GPS position accuracy without SA.
    • 3-5 meters: Typical differential GPS (DGPS) position accuracy.
    • Less than 3 meters: Typical WAAS position accuracy.
    WAAS is a system of satellites and ground stations that provide GPS signal corrections, giving you even better position accuracy. How much better? Try an average of up to five times better. A WAAS-capable receiver can give you a position accuracy of better than three meters 95 percent of the time. And you don't have to purchase additional receiving equipment or pay service fees to utilize WAAS.

    How it Works
    WAAS consists of approximately 25 ground reference stations positioned across the United States that monitor GPS satellite data. Two master stations, located on either coast, collect data from the reference stations and create a GPS correction message. This correction accounts for GPS satellite orbit and clock drift plus signal delays caused by the atmosphere and ionosphere. The corrected differential message is then broadcast through one of two geostationary satellites, or satellites with a fixed position over the equator. The information is compatible with the basic GPS signal structure, which means any WAAS-enabled GPS receiver can read the signal.

    Who benefits from WAAS?
    Currently, WAAS satellite coverage is only available in North America. There are no ground reference stations in South America, so even though GPS users there can receive WAAS, the signal has not been corrected and thus would not improve the accuracy of their unit. For some users in the U.S., the position of the satellites over the equator makes it difficult to receive the signals when trees or mountains obstruct the view of the horizon. WAAS signal reception is ideal for open land and marine applications. WAAS provides extended coverage both inland and offshore compared to the land-based DGPS (differential GPS) system. Another benefit of WAAS is that it does not require additional receiving equipment, while DGPS does.

    What's in the box
    The package comes with the StreetPilot, remote control, an external speaker with 12/24-volt adapter cable, PC/USB interface cable, A/C power adapter, integrated dash mount, and a portable "bean-bag" (friction) mount.

    ... Read more

    Features

    • Indefinite Data Storage
    • Trip Computer
    • Operates on 12 V Adapter Cable
    • 2000 Point Track Log
    • 500 Waypoints; includes USB interface with cable

    Reviews (14)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Beat smy Navtech in car system...
    I have a 3 year old Navtech based CD GPS system in my Volvo and purchased this device to use in my older SUV that has no GPS system installed. I first tried using the new Streetpilot on a recent trip to Dubuque Iowa from Chicago; using it and the in car systems simultaneously to compare them. The Garmin SP 2620 outperfomed the Navtech installed system hands down. Although the in car system found satellites instantly the Garmin only took about 10 seconds to find them on start up. And it is MUCH faster on route calculations and more importatnly recalculations, about 3x faster. The in car sytem could not locate the exact street address in Dubuque even though I had the Iowa CD disk installed. The Garmin unit did. The details on local businesses was MUCH better with the Garmin. The map was clearer and was better illuminated. Only things I'd like to have in the Garmin would be a two map display option (for differing zooms of the the same route at the same time) and a display of the remianing miles on the main route display, you can get it but it's on another routing description page. The Garmin does display more immediately useful info such as time and distance to next turn so this is a very minor quibble. It is solid, extremely well built unit and mounts very nicely. It tilts and twists to optimize viewing. The "beanbag" friction mount works very well. The nice thing about the portable system is it's portabilty to other cars and rentals, for instance you can loan it to friends and family if you wish! Furthermore, upgrading is very easy via the Garmin web site whereas updates for my Volvo Navtech in car system have been rare and expensive. The hard drive in the Garmin is a memory card which I can see being enlarged if necessary but the current 512mb card has plenty of map details on it. A new CD disk set for my in car system costs over $200, the Garmin updates so far are free. Overall a stellar value and a device that exceeded my expectations in every way. If you travel by car (and who really likes flyng anyway?)in the US and/or Canada, get one, you'll love it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome!!!!!!
    Love this thing!!!!! We took a road trip from Illinois to Tennessee, then on to Florida and back without ever having to look at a map. It led us everywhere we wanted to go flawlessly.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Had it for a month now!
    I got this as a birthday present from my beau in May and during that time, I was moving to be with him from Houston to The Bay Area, California. We drove for 3 days with the Streetpilot from state-to-state... we had no problems with it. It was helpful as it found our hotel/motel rooms, places to eat 50 miles away, rest areas and more!

    It's very very easy to use and with it being a touch screen, it's a no-brainer...

    However.. the reason I gave it 4 stars out of 5 is because now since I live in The Bay Area and want to explore new restaurants (instead of frequenting at the same ones), the GPS had given me 3-4 restaurants that are no longer there. It gets frustrating when you see a busted building... TWICE when HUNGRY. We settled for Red Lobster (the joy.). Since learning this, I now have a tendency to call them from my cell phone (the GPS will give you street address and phone number).

    ALSO, as I took my family to San Francisco, the GPS lost it's satellite quite a few times. I think it was because of the tall buildings.

    Also, when we tried to go to Golden Gate Park from Sausalito, the GPS kept telling me to "go OFF ROAD". I wasn't too sure if she was right, but I kept driving and found the exit a mile later.

    The good outweighs the few bad -- plus it's a WHOLE lot better than using printed out mapquest directions.

    Since the beau and I relied so much on Hertz Neverlost (compact cars start off @ $39.99/day for A COMPACT plus $7.99/day for the Neverlost), we could go with a cheaper rental car company and bring our own GPS. Plus, we plan on taking more in-state trips with this baby.

    Anyway, if this is worth anything, my sister was so impressed with my birthday toy that she bought one too because she vacations alot to different cities.

    This is worth the money if you:
    1) Love traveling
    2) Travel Frequently
    3) Moved to a new city
    4) Plan to do more short local weekend vacations
    5) Are a road tripper!

    I see this 2620 lasting many many years...

    3-0 out of 5 stars Heat stroke ?
    I'm quite happy with the unit, but after using it for less than a month I got Map read errors and then it would simply no longer boot up. I'm suspecting a failure of the micro drive (got noisy during attempts to boot up). Maybe the heat from being on the dashboard in the sun ? But it should be designed to handle this. I'm getting a free replacement from Amazon. I hope this was an isolated case and the next one will not have this problem. Now that I got use to this unit and want to always have one.

    3-0 out of 5 stars take a hardcopy map too!
    Since writing an earlier review of this unit I had to drive up to Naples, Maine. This town is on the AAA map. This town is known to Microsoft Streets and Trips. This town is not in the Garmin's database. Just up the lake is Harrison, Maine. Again, it is known to AAA and Microsoft but unknown to Garmin. Just west of Naples is a larger town called Bridgton. This is in the Garmin database but at the wrong location. The 2620 tries to navigate you to some guy's private house about 2 miles around a lake from the actual town.

    I spent a fair amount of time with the Magellan hard-drive GPS units and never noticed these kinds of holes and errors in the database. ... Read more


    3. Garmin c330 StreetPilot GPS Vehicle Navigator
    list price: $964.99
    our price: $899.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0007LJHVA
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Garmin
    Sales Rank: 2953
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Includes Garmin Street Pilot c330 GPS receiver Vehicle suction cup mount with 12-volt adapter PC/USB interface cable A/C power adapter Quick-reference guide and owner manual Americas Recreational Basemap MapSourceĀ® City Select North America map data. ... Read more

    Features

    • Automatic route calculation with turn-by-turn voice-prompted directions
    • Includes USB cable, suction cup mount, and AC adapter; 4.4 x 3.2 x 2.8 inches (W x H x D)
    • WAAS-enabled, 12-parrallel-channel GPS receiver for vehicle use
    • Preloaded MapSource database includes 5-million-plus North American points of interest
    • 3.5-inch diagonal, 16-bit color display with simple touch-screen interface

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nicely Done, Garmin!
    The Garmin C330 is a well designed, easy to use GPS.It does not offer all the bells and whistles of the Garmin 2620 or Magellan RM700, for example - but the C330 offers simplicity and quality in a nice neat package.The advantages of the C330:
    - The display is awesome - high resolution with good contrast.
    - No buttons!Everything, except volume and power, is controlled by the touch screen.
    - The software is fast; route calculations take just a few seconds.
    - After the initial lock, this little unit locks on very quickly after powering up.
    - The internal battery is terrific; you can do your route planning indoors without looking for an AC receptacle, and you can leave the unit on during a rest stop on your trip to preserve trip data.Battery life is 3 to 4 hours.
    - The OS is super intuitive.
    - The 3D view is simple to follow, but the map view is excellent, also.
    - Navigation performance is excellent.
    - Speakers are built in, with excellent sound quality.
    - Windshield mount is small, sturdy and simple.
    - The unit is small enough that it won't obstruct your view.
    - The power cord is hardwired to the windshield mount - no plug to contend with.

    A few disadvantages I've noticed:
    - The battery is not user replaceable
    - The C330 cannot save a route.But this is not a big deal.When you start up after a stop, you just have it calculate the route to your destination, which takes just seconds - or just leave it on if your stop doesn't exceed 3 to 4 hours.
    - The display can get washed out in direct light on a bright day - but I expect that is common to all GPS units.
    - As I mentioned, it doesn't have the bells and whitles of the 2630 or RM 700.For example, you can't monitor satellite signal strength from indiviual satellites. you can't determinen your lat/long position, and as I mentioned, you can't save routes in the C330.And you can't program it for several different users like you can with the RM700.

    But all in all, the C330 is a winner.It's simple to operate, well designed, very effective, and reasonably priced.It's a strong buy!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Undoubtedly the best Car GPS in today's market !
    I have used Navman ICN 630, Megallen RM 700 & finally this one.

    I can tell you this is the best & most of all easiest.This is why this unit is the best:

    1. No downloading of Maps
    2. Has most udpated Maps compared to other brands
    3. Has 5 million points of interest compared to others
    4. Touchscreen
    5. Easiest of all to use.Easier than the Acura GPS i have used.
    6. Very small but with most usable screen view.It doesn't take a lot of winshield space, doesn;t block visibility.Though screen is small, letters are SO BIG & EASY TO READ.
    7. Very fast software
    8. Very easy to carry while traveling.
    9. Excellent windshield mount. Very stable
    10. It comes on when Car is turned on.
    11. It has rechargeable battery which lasts for about 3 hrs i think.
    12. Loud/clear voice.
    13. Very intuitive operating system.
    14. Fixes the GPS signal instantly. Navman used to take longer.
    15. This is interesting. You can remove the unti without unplugging the car DC cord.DC cord is connected to mount always.
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    4. Delphi MyFi XM2GO Portable XM Satellite Radio Receiver with Home/Car Listening Kits
    list price: $349.99
    our price: $349.99
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    Asin: B0006GFVPC
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Delphi
    Sales Rank: 70
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    Amazon.com Review

    Ready to dive head-first into XM satellite radio? This is the way to do it. Delphi's comprehensive MyFi listening kit includes everything from a handheld portable XM Satellite Radio receiver to complete home and car listening kits--as well as all you need to drift between the two, blissfully tuned in to any of XM's 130 channels of digital music, sports, news, and entertainment. The only thing this system doesn't come with is a subscription to XM Satellite Radio Service, which is required for use ($9.95 per month, no contract required).



    Compact and easy to use the MyFi gives you 130 satellite channels all in one little package.
    Using the MyFi, you can listen to XM's broad channels array--referred to as XM's "Ultimate PlayList"--anytime, anywhere: at home, at work, in the car, and even on foot. The versatile, pocket-sized receiver lets you enjoy your XM programming in 2 ways: a "live" listening mode (tuning in directly to what's playing now) and a time-shifting "memory" mode, which affords at least 5 hours of virtual recording so you can listen at your convenience to news, concerts, and other time-sensitive broadcasts.

    MyFi's live mode grants access to all of XM's 68 commercial-free music channels, plus premier news, sports, talk, traffic, and weather listings. MyFi's memory mode, called "My XM," stores 5 hours or more of XM's content at the press of a button, even when the unit is not otherwise in use. Clip on the supplied MyFi XM Radio antenna and holster the receiver in its belt clip and you're ready for action--the kit even comes with matching silver earbud headphones.

    A large, illuminated 6-line LCD is your gateway to browsing XM's many channels. You can browse by station (many of which are arranged by genre) or by the artist and song or other program currently playing on each channel. You get up to 30 channel presets to simplify access to your favorites, and a handy memo button stores artist and song data for up to 20 performances you'd like to look into (or find again on XM) later.

    You can configure the MyFi receiver to scroll stock and sports-score tickers across its LCD, a great way to keep an eye on important stats at a glance. The receiver also features a built-in sleep timer (15 minutes to 1 hour) and an alarm clock (wake to a beep or to XM programming).

    The home kit consists of a home docking stand, a home XM Radio antenna, a stereo minijack to stereo RCA audio cable, and an AC power adapter. The car kit includes a car cradle, a car antenna, a cassette audio adapter, a DC vehicle power adapter, a swivel mount (with extra adhesive), a vent mount, a flush mount, a cleaning kit, and Velcro pads.



    The Delphi XM MyFi comes with all of the accessories needed to enjoy XM on the go, at home, at work, or in any vehicle.
    A built-in wireless FM transmitter in the MyFi receiver makes any FM radio an XM radio--simply tune in on your car radio, for instance, to listen to XM programming through your car speakers. (XM states that audio quality is better using the supplied cassette audio adapter, however.) The supplied rechargeable battery pack is good for up to 5 hours of use between charges.

    What's in the Box
    Handheld MyFi receiver with a clip-on XM radio antenna, an integrated rechargeable battery, a complete home accessory kit (with antenna and audio cable), a complete vehicle accessory kit (with antenna), stereo earbud headphones, a remote control, a remote battery, a belt clip/stand, and a protective carrying case. ... Read more

    Features

    • The ultimate XM Satellite Radio listening kit--includes car kit, home kit, rechargeable battery, earbud headphones, antennas, and more
    • Memory mode stores up to 5 hours of scheduled XM content, with no computer downloading or list management (no computer needed)
    • Live mode gives you access to XM's more than 130 digital music, sports, news, and entertainment channels, any time and anywhere
    • Rechargeable battery automatically charges and provides 5 hours of use; built-in wireless FM transmitter lets you listen through any FM radio
    • Measures 2.8 x 4.5 x 1.2 inches (W x H x D), receiver only

    5. Garmin c320 StreetPilot GPS Vehicle Navigator
    list price: $749.99
    our price: $699.99
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    Asin: B0007LJHV0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Garmin
    Sales Rank: 15515
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Let's keep this simple,,,, In-car navigation has never been easier, or more affordable. Our StreetPilot "c-series" GPS navigators feature a simple touchscreen interface, with automatic route calculation to any destination and turn-by-turn voice-prompted directions along the way. Selecting a destination is straightforward and requires only a limited amount of input from the user. Plus, the StreetPilot c320 and StreetPilot c330 allow you to choose between a three-dimensional navigation view or the more traditional "bird's eye" overhead view.For budget-conscious users who only require detailed maps for a limited area, the StreetPilot c320 features an SD card slot, a 128MB SD card, and MapSource City Select street data on CD-ROM. The user simply selects the specific area of interest and the data is transferred from a PC via a fast USB connection. (The c330 comes factory preloaded with MapSource City Select map data.)The centerpiece of both units is a bright, 3.5-inch diagonal, 16-bit color display that makes navigation a snap. The StreetPilot c320 features dual integrated speakers for high-quality voice prompts, and an internal lithium-ion battery for out-of-car route planning. The new StreetPilot c-series boasts distinctive and sleek styling?the only buttons are a rotary volume knob and an on/off switch. The device is secured by a suction-mount cradle that fastens to the windshield for easy portability between vehicles ... Read more

    Features

    • Audible and visual navigation instructions and warnings
    • Built-in lithium ion battery for trip planning; operates on DC power in your vehicle
    • WAAS-enabled, 12 parallel channel GPS unit for automotive use
    • Built-in antenna
    • Removable 128 MB SD memory card

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best for now
    I've been using it for about 1 week now.Great little unit, easy to use, superior to the Quest and 2610 that I've also owned because of its faster calculation times and ease of use.Does indeed update arrival time depending on speed (at least mine does).Seems to be accurate within a couple minutes on my daily 35 minute commute.Starts the estimate based on it's internal average speeds for highways, etc, then adjusts depending on how fast you are actually driving.I would not spend the extra money on the 330.Spend a few bucks on a 512md sd card, I've tried but can't possibly think of how to use more than that on a single trip.And I would assume the sd card is a little faster than the HDD.You get more batter life, like 2x.Also, I like being able to upload favorites from the pc using the software, so the sd version is actually preferable to me.And it looks like the price is still too high here so until it comes down check out pricegrabber or nextag.

    Pros
    -large touchscreen
    -easy to use
    -portable, 8 hour battery, pocket sized (in loose pants or jacket
    -fast calculation times & map drawing.
    -nice mounting

    cons
    -no route saving or transfering, hence no waypoints can be stored in route but this is remedied simply by saving favorites and touching your favorite in route, just a little more attention requred.
    -weak software.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Inacurate "Estimated arrival time"
    The C320, including the updated version 2.8, is full of imperfections and has so far 1 bug: once the gps calculates the route, it gives the estimated arrival time on the lower left corner of the screen. This time is never accurate and does NOT take into account your speed. For example, if you are stuck in traffic for 30 min, the ETA remains almost the same (the ETA can be 8:45 while the current time is 9:15!!!).
    On the iQue 3600, the ETA is accurate +/- 1 min, it is constantly adjusted to the traffic and your speed.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Keeping c320
    Pros
    - Easy to use.Almost no brainer
    - Small enough to carry around
    - Has alot of useful features like fiding nearest parking lot, restaurant, entertainment places, and etc...
    - Bright and clear screen

    Cons
    - LCD is easily scrachable! put a screen protector
    - Window mount sometimes fall off from the window (about 1 hr driving)
    - Occational lost setalite connection.It would be good to display the predefined direction even though it lost the connection.
    - Gets confused on the road when you're on a bridge and there's a road below it
    - 3D is cool but I doubt anyone will use it.It's harder to see how far the next turn is.

    Overall, I still think it's great GPS and will keep it for very very long time. ... Read more


    6. Magellan RoadMate 300 Vehicle GPS with Voice Prompting
    list price: $799.99
    our price: $699.99
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    Asin: B0002Y22VE
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Magellan
    Sales Rank: 2947
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Building on the success of the RoadMate 500 and 700, Magellan's RoadMate 300 is a powerful GPS navigational tool that can easily guide you on your next automotive adventure. The system makes navigation easy and fun, with friendly voice prompting, preloaded maps of major North American roads, turn-by-turn guidance, and the latest touchscreen technology--all at a great price.

    Features
    The RoadMate 300 is billed as the first vehicle navigation device made for everyone, but that doesn't mean Magellan has scrimped on features. Designed from top to bottom for simplicity and ease of use, its user interface is the same as that found in the Hertz NeverLost system and the RoadMate 700.
    Quickly locate amenities and points of interest along your route.
    It uses powerful, 14-channel GPS positioning that's accurate to within three meters thanks to Magellan's TrueFix technology. Turn-by-turn voice prompts guide you on your way and automatically recalculate your route when you get off track, while intelligent routing lets you plan a trip based on shortest travel time, most or least use of freeways, or avoidance of tolls.

    Meanwhile, the locate feature displays your current location and allows you to save it to the address book. Finally, you can select destinations by entering an address or intersection, selecting an address from the address book, touching a point on the map, or by choosing from more than 1.7 million points of interest like airports, gas stations, and restaurants. All of these features make the RoadMate 300 a snap to use right out of the box.

    Design
    Weighing in at just under nine ounces and with an integrated GPS antenna, the RoadMate 300 is compact and portable. The tough, rubberized exterior is built for abuse, while the 3.5-inch TFT color touchscreen makes address entry easy--no need for an awkward stylus. The intuitive keypad is backlit and highly visible, night or day. A headphone jack lets you catch the next turn command in a car full of noisy kids.

    Connectivity and Expansion
    You can also choose a map view, or the maneuver list.
    While maps of major North American roads--including those in Hawaii and Puerto Rico--are stored in the unit's 128 MB of internal memory, you can add more detailed maps of specific areas to your available internal memory or through the SecureDigital card expansion slot (SD card not included). Using your Windows PC and a USB connection, the RoadMate 300 can be loaded with predefined routes from included trip-planning software, or you can load addresses from your Outlook contact list for easy mapping of the locations of clients, coworkers, and friends. You can also play back and view data from trips you've already taken, or have the unit speak in one of six languages in addition to American English: French, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, or British English.

    What's in the Box
    The Magellan RoadMate 300 unit with integrated GPS antenna, PC software, a quick-start guide, a basic reference guide, a complete manual on CD, a USB cable, a cigarette-lighter adapter, and a windshield mount. ... Read more

    Features

    • Simple, powerful and portable--the first vehicle navigation device for everyone
    • Same user-friendly interface as Magellan RoadMate 700 and Hertz NeverLost system
    • Major North American roads map preloaded into 128 MB internal storage, more map storage available via SD Card slot
    • Turn-by-turn voice prompted guidance with automatic route recalculation
    • No professional installation required; includes USB interface and cable

    7. Delphi SA10085 Roady2 XM Satellite Radio Receiver with Built-in Wireless FM Modulator

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    Asin: B0002INUIY
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Delphi
    Sales Rank: 87
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Delphi's compact SA10085 Roady2 XM satellite radio is, on average, four times smaller than competing plug-and-play models. While 30 percent thinner and 40 percent lighter than the original Roady, the Roady2 features the smallest satellite-radio antenna available, together with a built-in wireless FM transmitter for easy setup and reception in any vehicle. Just tune your car's radio to any of the unit's 12 FM frequencies and sit back to enjoy XM Radio's 68 commercial-free music channels; 34 channels of sports, talk, comedy, children's, and entertainment programming; and more than 20 channels of advanced traffic and weather information for major U.S. metropolitan areas.

    Roady2 offers a convenient scroll wheel, 30 channel presets, and 10 direct-entry buttons. The two-line display offers artist, track, and channel information, and it has seven selectable background colors to achieve the look that suits your style: red, night blue, green, pink, purple, sky blue, and orange. TuneSelect will alert you when a favorite song starts playing on another channel, and the unit's versatile mounting options consist of a vent mount, swivel mount, or Velcro.


    Additionally, Roady2 is the first satellite-radio receiver capable of displaying up to 20 customized stock quotes while playing any of XM's 120 digital radio channels. The influential PC Magazine gives the Roady2 five stars, calling it a "brilliant device" and naming it an Editor's Choice. The magazine praises the Roady2 for its small size and rich features.

    The ticker keeps track of up to 20 of your favorite stocks while you listen to your favorite music, news, sports, and talk channels. Stock data is provided by Comstock, Inc.; stock and market index information is delayed by approximately 25 minutes.

    Broadcasting live daily from studios in Washington, D.C.; New York City; and Nashville, Tennessee, at the Country Music Hall of Fame, XM Satellite Radio's 2004 lineup includes channels offering music from hip-hop to opera, classical to country, and bluegrass to blues.

    What's in the Box
    A Roady2 receiver with built-in wireless FM modulator (no cassette player required), a mini-micro antenna, mounting accessories, a cigarette-lighter DC power adapter, a vent-mount adapter, a cassette audio adapter (for optional cassette-player connection), three decorative faceplates, an XM channel guide, a quick-start guide, and a user's manual. ... Read more

    Features

    • Built-in wireless FM modulator wirelessly transmits XM satellite radio stations to any FM stereo radio (choose from 12 FM frequencies)
    • TuneSelect will alert you when a favorite song starts playing on another channel; uses the smallest satellite-radio antenna available
    • Personalized stock ticker scrolls up to 20 stock symbols while you listen to your favorite channel
    • Choose from 7 display colors: red, night blue, green, pink, purple, sky blue, or orange
    • Measures 3.9 x 2.4 x .7 inches (W x H x D)

    8. Cobra GPSM 3000 Nav One Mobile Navigation System
    list price: $1,199.99
    our price: $1,099.99
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    Asin: B0002DRK7Q
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Cobra
    Sales Rank: 6904
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    Features

    • Plug-'n'-go portable vehicle navigation system with built-in mapping database
    • Automatic navigation with turn-by-turn directions and multilingual voice guidance
    • Street-level detail map features 48 contiguous U.S. states, Hawaii, and major Canadian metropolitan areas
    • 2 million points of interest; no CDs or downloads necessary; includes altimeter and compass
    • 5.2-inch high-resolution ultra-bright color display; USB 2.0 interface

    9. Audiovox VE1020 10.2" Widescreen LCD Drop-Down TV and DVD Player
    list price: $699.99
    our price: $531.94
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    Asin: B00020J02W
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: AudioVox
    Sales Rank: 666
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Audiovox's VE1020 DVD player is the perfect companion for long cooking stints in the kitchen (or watch your favorite cooking DVDs for step-by-step recipes). It attaches to the underside of your cabinets, so it doesn't take up any counter space, and folds flat under the counter when not in use. It can even be used as a hands-free speaker phone.

    The VE1020 features a large 10.2-inch screen (with 800 x 480-pixel resolution) that swivels for the optimal viewing angle. It also includes a 125-channel cable-ready tuner, built-in AM/FM stereo, LED clock, and LED timer on the included slim remote control.

    This DVD player is also a great way for you to listen to your favorite tunes. It's compatible with DVD movie, CD audio, and CD-R/RW discs as well as MP3 digital audio files. It has 2 composite A/V inputs, 1 RF, and a headphone jack. The VE1020 offers two built-in speakers (1.2 watts each).

    What's in the Box
    Audiovox VE1020 DVD player, remote control, 2 AAA batteries, telephone cable, coaxial cable, AM antenna, FM antenna, and hardware for mounting to kitchen cabinet. ... Read more

    Features

    • DVD player with folding, swiveling 10.2-inch LCD screen; measures13.75 x 8 x 11 inches (W x H x D) when open
    • Can be used as a speakerphone; 125-channel cable-ready tuner, built-in AM/FM stereo, LED clock
    • Compatible with DVD movie, CD audio, and CD-R/RW discs as well as MP3 digital audio files
    • 2 composite A/V inputs, 1 RF, and a headphone jack
    • Built-in stereo speakers (1.2 watts each)

    10. Delphi SA10101 SKYFi2 XM Satellite Radio Receiver and Remote Control
    list price: $99.99
    our price: $99.99
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    Asin: B0006GX0IC
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Delphi
    Sales Rank: 225
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Delphi's XM SKYFi2 Radio Receiver offers convenient plug-and-play XM Satellite Radio reception for the car, home, or office, including the first-ever pause and replay functions for satellite radio. Now you can pause or replay up to 30 minutes of live XM programming: the SKYFi2 continuously and automatically saves the last 30 minutes of programming, including programming from multiple XM channels. The unit also offers a stock ticker, a sports-scores ticker, and a built-in wireless FM modulator, and a clock, among other features.

    Besides a monthly subscription to XM Radio ($9.99 per month, no contract required), you'll need a car kit (SA10102 recommended), home kit (SA10103), or portable boombox (not included). As part of SKYFi2's pause-and-replay features, you can pause the program you're listening to with the option to play it back within 30 minutes.

    Additional SKYFi2 features include a large scroll wheel and a convenient wireless remote control. You can navigate through direct-channel entry from both the receiver and the remote, and you can program up to 30 channel presets (up 10 from the original SKYFi's 20) for one-button tuning to your station of choice. Also, the SKYFi2 adds something the original was missing: a stereo analog minijack (.125-inch) audio output for ready hookup with headphones or other audio equipment.

    SKYFi2's display is even easier to read than that of its predecessor. The channel guide lets you view 5 channels at a time while scrolling through the channels by channel name, number, artist name, or song title. You can also skip or add channels while scrolling. In addition, a "favorites" mode lets you preview the artist name and song title currently playing on your favorite channels before you select one.

    SKYFi2 accessory kits for the home and vehicle let you enjoy uninterrupted XM radio service in any vehicle, at home, or at the office. The SKYFi2 vehicle adapter kit works in any existing car stereo system (with mounting options), and the SKYFi2 home adapter kit is adaptable to most home or workplace audio systems and multimedia speakers.

    The receiver will work with all existing SKYFi accessories, including the Delphi CD audio system from Audiovox (model SA10034). However, Delphi does not recommend using the SKYFi2 with the previous vehicle adaptor kit (model SA10002) since the newer SA10102 car kit has been designed to maximize the performance of SKYFi2.

    XM's digital programming lineup features 68 commercial-free music channels, from hip hop to opera, classical to country, bluegrass to blues; and 31 channels of sports, talk, children's programming, and entertainment.

    What's in the Box
    Receiver, remote control, remote battery, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

    Features

    • Plug-and-play satellite radio for the car, home, office, or virtually anywhere you want to enjoy XM's more than 100 channels of programming
    • 30-minute pause and replay feature lets you catch up on missed programming; offers a stereo minijack .125-inch audio output
    • Large display concurrently shows channel number, channel name, artist name, song title, and channel category
    • Requires a monthly subscription to XM Radio ($9.99 per month) and a home or vehicle adapter kit
    • Measures 4.7 x 2.9 x 1.3 inches (W x H x D)

    11. Audiovox D1708PK 7" Ultra Slim Line Portable DVD Player with Bonus Pack
    list price: $249.99
    our price: $199.99
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    Asin: B0002DG0OA
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Audiovox Electronics
    Sales Rank: 431
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Take a mini home entertainment center with you wherever you go with the Audiovox D1708 portable DVD player. This special-edition player includes a bonus pack consisting of 2 sets of folding stereo headphones, a credit-card-sized remote control, and a carry pouch that doubles as a headrest mount for the player--perfect for travel. The D1708 comes with built-in stereo speakers and also features dual headphone jacks so 2 people can watch or listen to a disc simultaneously, on the bus, in the car, or wherever.

    The D1708 features a 7-inch TFT active-matrix widescreen display with aspect ratio control so you can choose 16:9 for widescreen movies, standard 4:3, or a switchable option. It plays DVD-Video, CD, and MP3- and JPEG-formatted discs for a variety of options--even controls for how you'd like your JPEG digital photos to transition. DVD features include multiple angles, multilingual subtitles, parental lock, and slow motion.

    The included rechargeable NiMH (nickel-metal hydride) battery offers up to 3 hours battery life so you can watch even the longest movies and not worry about losing power. The battery takes about 5 hours to fully charge, but unlike its lithium-ion counterparts, you don't have to fully charge and discharge the battery between uses to preserve its life.

    Composite-video and stereo analog-audio inputs and outputs let you hook up additional AV gear for viewing through the D1708, including camcorders and gaming consoles. All audio and video inputs and outputs are of the minijack .125-inch size, so compatible adapter cables are required (a combination stereo analog audio and composite-video cable is supplied).

    The D1708 also comes with an AC/DC power adapter and a DC vehicle cigarette-lighter power adapter.

    What's in the Box
    Portable DVD player, rechargeable NiMH battery pack, a "bonus pack" (2 sets of folding stereo headphones, a remote control with battery, and a carry pouch that doubles as a headrest mount), an AC power adapter, 1 audio/video cable, a cigarette-lighter DC power adapter, warranty information, and a user's manual. ... Read more

    Features

    • 7-inch TFT active-matrix widescreen (16:9) display
    • Portable DVD player compatible with DVD-Video, CD, JPEG image CD, and MP3-formatted audio CD
    • Bonus pack features a credit-card-sized remote control, 2 sets of stereo headphones, and a carry pouch that doubles as a headrest mount
    • Built-in stereo speakers and 2 headphone jacks; includes a cigarette-lighter DC power adapter and an audio/video cable
    • Measures 7.9 x 1.4 x 5.9 inches (W x H x D)

    12. Navman iCN 510 32 MB Vehicle GPS
    list price: $749.95
    our price: $499.99
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    Asin: B00064C3XC
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Navman
    Sales Rank: 2872
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    Features

    • Pocket-sized vehicle GPS navigator with 3.5-inch touchscreen QVGA display
    • 32 MB of flash memory with SD/MMC expansion slot for memory card
    • SmartST software offers voice guidance, address-to-address routing, and zip code searching
    • CD-ROM includes maps for U.S. and Canada, including Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, and Guam
    • Includes USB interface and cable for PC connection

    13. Coby TF-DVD5000 Portable DVD Player with 5" LCD
    list price: $129.95
    our price: $124.94
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    Asin: B0007IGZ68
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Coby
    Sales Rank: 3039
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    Product Description

    Wide Appeal! Great Deal for 5-inch TFT Portable DVD PlayerEnjoy the luxury of big screen imagery with magnificent portability. Coby’s sensational 5-inch TFT Portable DVD player offers you an exciting world of widescreen pictures in a remarkably compact unit you can take anywhere. The Coby Model TF-DVD5000 plays DVD, MP3, CD and CD-RW formats – giving you a great mix of sound and image graced by the most advanced digital technology. This affordable, stylish machine boasts a 336 x 960 pixels resolution, built-in stereo speakers, multiple viewing angles and a convenient, easy-to-read on-screen display. This feature-rich Coby DVD player comes complete with full function remote control, AV cable, 100-240V UL Adapter, DC car adapter and a stereo headphones. Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery also included! Carry your big screen entertainment with you everywhere. Compact, affordable entertainment to go! ... Read more

    Features

    • ACCESSORIES INCLUDED - Full Function Remote Control; AV Cable; 110-240 Volt UL Rated AC Adapter with USA plug; DC Car Charger; Stereo Headphones; Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery
    • Multiple Subtitles/Viewing Angle
    • Slow/Fast Motion Play
    • Zoom Operation
    • Built-in Stereo Speakers

    14. PIONEER DEH-P7700MP In-Dash CD/MP3/WMA/WAV/iTunes AAC Car Stereo Receiver

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    Asin: B0007PZ8SW
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Pioneer
    Sales Rank: 2208
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    Product Description

    CD receiver with built-in MOSFET50 amplifier (22 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels) * detachable, fold-down face with Organic EL display * 7-way Rotary Commander * plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs including discs loaded with MP3, WMA, and AAC files (except tracks purchased at the iTunes music store) * Easy EQ--five preset EQ curves with 3-band tone adjustment * EQ-EX boosts selected EQ curve * Supertuner IIID+ * ... Read more

    Features

    • iTunes Capable - Apple iTunes AAC compatibility! The DEH-P7700MP can play CDs with AAC files ripped using Apple?s iTunes Media Player.Now you can make iTunes your one-stop music player for your PC, iPod and CDs as well.
    • MP3 - AAC - WMA CDR and CDRW Play - Each CD-R or CD-RW disc you burn has the capacity to hold up to ten complete albums of MP3 music and twenty AAC/WMA
    • 7-Way Rotary Commander is like a musical joystick -with one central dial you can actually control 90% of the unit?s functions and features. Scrolling through your MP3/WMA files and folders is now way easier.
    • OEL (Organic Electro-Luminescent) display lets you customize the look of your dash with color and motion; with two screensaver movies
    • AM/FM Supertuner IIID+ Enhanced Performance Tuner

    15. Audiovox Home Receiver for Sirius Satelite Radio
    list price: $249.99
    our price: $249.99
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    Asin: B0006G0IF0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: AudioVox
    Sales Rank: 10653
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    Features

    • Sirius satellite radio tuner with more than 120 channels
    • Plugs directly to home audio system with supplied cables
    • Large front-panel display shows channel, song name, and artist name
    • 30 programmable presets; built-in 20-song memory for title and artist
    • Measures 18 inches wide to match most components; digital and RCA inputs

    16. Audiovox SIRIUS Satellite Radio Receiver (SIR-PNP3) (SIR-PNP3)

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    Asin: B0006G02YW
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Audiovox
    Sales Rank: 2661
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    17. JVC KD-AVX1 DVD In-Dash Receiver w/ LCD
    list price: $599.95
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    Asin: B0008IV1A2
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: JVC
    Sales Rank: 24169
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    Product Description

    DVD/CD receiver with built-in amplifer (20 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels) * 3" TFT LCD monitor built into the motorized, fold-down faceplate * Giga MP3 capability--will play up to 100 hours of MP3/WMA files burned onto a single recordable DVD * 7-band iEQ * audio/video output * ... Read more

    Features

    • Built-in Amplifier (20 Watts RMS - 50 Watts Peak x 4 Channels)
    • Supports DVD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, VCD, & MP3/WMA Discs
    • System control via front-panel control keys and menu system
    • 7-Band EQ
    • Backup Camera Input - attach a backup camera and you can use the 3 LCD to see what's behind you

    18. Delphi SA50000 XM SKYFi Radio Receiver
    list price: $119.99
    our price: $39.99
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    Asin: B0002GTNG4
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Delphi
    Sales Rank: 68
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Delphi's XM SKYFi Radio Receiver gives you plug-and-play satellite radio for the car, home, office, or virtually anywhere you want to enjoy XM's 101 channels of programming. SKYFi is your XM satellite-radio interface, pulling in the radio signal and letting you navigate between channels. Besides a monthly subscription to XM Radio ($9.99 per month), you'll need a home or vehicle kit in order to listen to the SKYFi receiver.

    The SKYFi receiver's large display concurrently shows channel number, channel name, artist name, song title, and channel category. SKYFi also comes with a remote control for convenient channel navigation. Select a large font size for viewing the song title, artist name or channel number from across the room.

    You can navigate through direct-channel entry from both the receiver and the remote, and you can program up to 20 channel presets for one-button tuning to your station of choice. The channel guide lets you view 5 channels at a time while scrolling through the channels by channel name, number, artist name, or song title. You can also skip or add channels while scrolling. In addition, a "favorites" mode lets you preview the artist name and song title currently playing on your favorite channels before you select one.

    SKYFi accessory kits for the home and vehicle let you enjoy uninterrupted XM radio service in any vehicle, at home, or at the office. The SKYFi vehicle adaptor kit can adapt to any existing car stereo system with mounting options, and the SKYFi home adaptor kit is adaptable to most home or workplace audio systems and multimedia speakers.

    XM's digital programming lineup features 70 music channels, many of them commercial-free, from hip hop to opera, classical to country, bluegrass to blues; and 31 channels of sports, talk, children's programming, and entertainment.

    What's in the Box
    Receiver, remote control, remote battery, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

    Features

    • Plug-and-play satellite radio for the car, home, office, or virtually anywhere you want to enjoy XM's 101 channels of programming
    • Purchase with the SKYFi home adapter or vehicle kit; requires activation of a subscription to XM Radio ($9.99 per month)
    • Large display concurrently shows channel number, channel name, artist name, song title, and channel category
    • Remote control grants convenient channel navigation
    • Measures 4.7 x 2.9 x 1.3 inches (W x H x D)

    19. Delphi SA10069 XM SKYFi Roady and Roady2 Home Adapter Kit
    list price: $49.99
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    Asin: B00065FWIY
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Delphi
    Sales Rank: 893
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Adaptable to virtually any home or workplace environment, the Delphi SA10069 home listening adapter kit lets you enjoy XM satellite radio's rich broadcast offerings even when you're not in the car. The kit works with your existing Roady (SA10035) or Roady2 (SA10085) XM satellite radio receiver (each sold separately, one or the other required for use).The kit comes with a stand, a high-gain indoor/outdoor antenna, an AC power adapter, and a handy "Y" adapter cable for connecting your receiver with an integrated amplifier, surround receiver, component CD recorder, or other audio device.

    What's in the Box
    Roady home stand, an XM high-gain home antenna, a stereo analog audio (.125-inch minijack to left/right RCA) interconnect, a 6V AC/DC power adapter, and an installation guide.

    Note: Use of this product requires the Delphi SA50000 XM Roady or Roady2 radio receiver, sold separately. ... Read more

    Features

    • Home listening kit for use with Delphi XM Roady or Roady2 digital satellite radio receivers (not included)
    • .125-inch stereo minijack audio output
    • Easy setup using supplied minijack-to-stereo-RCA adapter cable
    • Includes high-gain XM antenna with 22.5-foot cable
    • Home stand measures 5 x 2 x 0.5 inches (W x H x D)

    20. Polk Audio XRt12 Reference Home XM Satellite Radio Tuner
    list price: $329.99
    our price: $299.99
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    Asin: B0006L506C
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Polk Audio
    Sales Rank: 21989
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The XRt12 from Polk Audio is the world's first component-style XM Satellite Radio tuner for the home. It's the best sounding and most convenient way to enjoy XM's wealth of digital music, sports, news, and entertainment programming in your home through your existing amplifier and speaker setup. The XRt12 connects to any audio system and fits in any audio furniture or equipment rack. (Use of the receiver requires a paid subscription to XM Satellite Radio: $9.95 per month, no contract required).

    Set it up once and the XRt12 is ready to deliver high-fidelity XM programming in your home anytime you want to fire up your favorite XM channels. You no longer have to remember to take your plug 'n' play XM tuner from the car and dock it in a home adapter. No more squinting and running up to the tiny display to see who's performing that awesome song. The unit has its own 4-line blue-backlit display and a composite-video output for viewing the artists and track information right on your television.

    The XRt12 comes with everything you need to enjoy XM radio the day you bring it home: a high-gain XM antenna with 20-foot cable, an optical digital-audio cable, and a stereo audio/composite-video interconnect. The unit's rear panel features both optical and coaxial digital-audio outputs for easy connection to surround receivers and processors. And, if XM starts delivering multichannel surround sound, you'll be ready. The XRt12 also features standard RCA analog stereo outputs for connection with any stereo receiver or integrated amplifier.

    Other features include a built-in signal-strength meter to help you position your antenna, up to 20 channel presets for quick and easy switching to your favorite channels, a memory button (so the XRt12 can store up to 10 records of channel, artist, and song data for later retrieval), and a function that lets you scan through major channel categories (rock, talk, sports, etc.). Preview mode lets you see what channels are available and what's playing--before switching from the channel you're listening to.

    Further, the XRt12 sounds better than other XM home appliances through its high-grade parts and construction. If you already have XM in your home, Polk is certain you're not yet hearing its full sonic potential. The XRt12 maintains low noise and low distortion, delivering music that approaches CD sound quality. The digital bits and bytes of satellite radio must be converted to analog for listening, a job handled by a digital-to-analog converter (DAC). The reference tuner uses a Burr-Brown DAC, widely regarded as the best in the industry.

    The DAC's analog output must be amplified to a voltage level that your receiver or preamp can use. The XRt12 employs a true high-fidelity preamplifier circuit board, offering greater gain than the cheap headphone preamps found in plug 'n' play tuners. In fact, you can adjust the XRt12's analog output to match the gain of your other components. Each major function (power supply, display, outputs, preamp, and tuner) of the XRt12 is on a physically separate circuit board to minimize interference and noise.

    If you have a whole-house distributed audio system like those made my Crestron, NetStreams, or Elan, the XRt12's RS-232 I/O connector allows you to plug right into the system to enjoy XM radio throughout the house. You'll be able to control the XRt12 from any station on the system, displaying channel, artist, and song data on any control screen in the network. If your audio receiver or amp has a 12-volt trigger output, you can connect your XRt12 to it and have the receiver turn the XRt12 on and off.

    What's in the Box
    XM receiver, a remote control, remote batteries, an XM high-gain home antenna, an optical digital-audio cable, a stereo analog audio/composite-video cable, a user's manual, an XM channel reference card, and online registration information. ... Read more

    Features

    • XM Satellite Radio tuner with component-standard 17-inch width; lets you store up to 10 artist name/song records for future recall and reference
    • TV text video output for easy visibility of channel, artist, and song information right on your TV screen
    • Optical and coaxial digital-audio outputs, as well as analog stereo RCA outputs, for easy integration with other audio equipment
    • Burr-Brown digital-to-analog converter chip, quality analog components for the best possible XM sound quality
    • Measures 17 x 2.3 x 10.5 inches (W x H x D)

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