Not the best getaway vehicle, but a neat proposal for the future of personal mobility.
The TomTom 60 gets the job done but it's significantly less pleasant to use than TomTom's more expensive sat navs.
Apple CarPlay is off to a rough start. Users will find few apps, a bumbling Siri and a rudimentary set-up. Apple has time to get it right, but the question is, will it?
It's expensive to use and can be tricky to set up, but still a very handy little tracker if you really need to keep an eye on your new car.
Functionally gets the job done but the ergonomics could do with a tweak
In some ways a joy to use, in others very frustrating. Requirement for an internet connection is a major problem.
Absolute accuracy is hard to judge but this remains a useful device, particularly for the morning after the night before
The Carlsberg of dedicated nav devices. Probably the best you can buy.
A very effective way to add head-up display capability to your car, but adds to in-car clutter
Slick and super easy to use, Mio's drive recorder simply gets the job done
The Parrot Asteroid Tablet is the best aftermarket option for adding the full range of multimedia functionality to your car we've yet seen. It's a great choice for those who can't fit a double-DIN system to their car, too.
A top sat-nav unit for a motorcyclist, works brilliantly and deserves consideration if you're in the market for one. Note however there is no car charger or mount included, in contrast with its biggest rival, Garmin's Zumo350.
The TomTom Go 6000 is exceptional. The experience you'll enjoy when using this compared to what you'll get from a smartphone or even an older sat nav is incredible, and you get lifetime map and journey updates for 45 European countries.
It's very expensive and the touchscreen is slow, but it's a great addition if you're a keen cyclist who wants to explore new routes. It's really hard to justify that price tag, though, especially if you already own a smartphone.
It isn't for everyone - you might not want to have a silver square hanging around your neck - but it's versatile and can be used as a hands-free car kit. It's a bit on the pricey side but it works well.
If you are looking for a smart option for in-car entertainment that allows you to get and stay connected to the internet while driving, this is a decent option. It's pricey and you may find elements slightly underwhelming, but the Smart has lots of potential.
A feature-packed GPS watch to help you run
A hands-free Bluetooth speaker for more than just your car
Hands-free Bluetooth car kit with power
A very nice device that makes real espresso. If only that espresso was a little hotter.
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