Another contender in the ever-growing budget GPS market is the Shinco GM400 Voyager, a comapct unit in a rather eye-catching white casing that’s no bigger than your iPod.
The GM400 Voyager is Shinco’s first foray into the UK GPS market. The unit features a choice of two and three-dimensional maps with over 2 million points of interest, viewed on the 4-inch LCD touch screen with day/night brightness modes. UK mapping is included, with addiitonal maps for USA, Asia and Europe available to buy.
In addition, there’s also door to door mapping with turn-by-turn voice command, postcode navigation and the ability to store favourite routes. And you can play music on the unit in MP3 format via SD cards. Battery life is between 2 and 4 hours.
Available now from Firebox, with carry case, suction mount, cigarette lighter adaptor and rechargeable battery, you can pick it up for around £230.