Photos: GPS lost and found

Photos: GPS lost and found

Summary: Global Positioning System technology, less expensive yet more complex than ever before, is navigating its way into everyday usage.

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  • Magellan RoadMate

    Magellan's RoadMate 760 (top) and RoadMate 300 Global Positioning System navigation devices are designed for use in cars and trucks. What sets them apart from other aftermarket automobile GPS systems? Because they don't require a permanently installed base station, they can be taken from car to car.

  • WayPoint 200 National Edition

    The WayPoint 200 National Edition gives step-by-step directions and has flash memory capacity large enough to hold all U.S. maps.

  • Garmin International Nuvi 350

    Garmin International is marketing its Nuvi 350 as a personal travel assistant. The GPS system has a 3.5-inch color screen and can play MP3s. Other travel-oriented add-ons include photo viewing, and text and voice translation. Garmin also says the device can use radio weather and traffic reports to reroute travelers.

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