With so many navigation options available, why should you invest in a portable GPS navigator for your car? We took a drive with four portable GPS navigators to demonstrate how their extra features make them a great choice for staying on track, especially when compared to a standard smartphone app.
"Connected GPS" for your car combines the mapping capability of GPS with the search functionality of the Internet, so you can find any type of destination you're looking for in real time.
Dash-mounted cameras offer more fun than simply being in-car security cams. These top-quality HD cams are versatile, and best of all, they're affordable. Find out why they're quickly becoming a popular high-tech toy.
This review of the Garmin HUD+ head-up display demonstrates why it's a handy GPS navigation solution for smartphone owners who want to keep their eyes on the road ahead.
Can a GPS cycling computer make a difference in performance? Deb tries out the Garmin Edge 510 and likes the results.
This review of the Garmin nuvi 2689LMT portable navigator lets you know why its 6" display and wealth of features makes it a great GPS solution.
Most smartphones offer some kind of GPS app right out of the box. So why would you want to buy a dedicated navigation device like a receiver or a portable? To investigate, we installed a nav receiver, secured a portable GPS device to the windshield, and uploaded a GPS app on an iPhone® 5. Then we hit the road for some performance tests.
Crutchfield writer Dominic took four different portable GPS navigators out for a road test to compare various features, such as destination entry, lane guidance, 3D graphics, voice recognition, and more.
Don't settle for a basic, run-of-the-mill portable navigation device. Watch this video for a quick overview of the best and newest features in portable navigation.
The Kenwood Excelon DNX690HD navigation receiver offers the lastest in Garmin navigation, combined with cool features like Bluetooth®, an HD Radio™ tuner, and Pandora® control with iPhone® and Android™. Take a look at it action in this Crutchfield display and controls demo video.
When you're shopping for marine audio and electronic equipment for your boat, you run into a lot of jargon along the way. Our Marine Audio Glossary can help.
Thinking about buying some new stereo equipment for your boat? Not sure exactly what you need to buy? Our marine audio FAQ will help you navigate these unfamiliar waters.
Learn which key features to look for on portable navigators, so you can make the best decision about which one works for you.