A GPS Review Roundup
Garmin’s GPSMAP 60CSx has long been considered the gold standard for accuracy among its units, so this tracklog comparison with an Oregon 400t is interesting. Via GPS Review. (Note that a successor to the GPSMAP 60 series, the GPSMAP 62 series, has been announced and will be available in July.)
Meanwhile, the new Garmin nüvi 295w is a strange beast: a car navigation system with Wi-Fi, a web browser, e-mail, and a built-in camera, it’s been compared to a Garmin-Asus nüvifone without the cellphone bits — the nüvifone iPod touch, as it were. GPS Tracklog has a review.
Finally, Gear Junkie reviews the DeLorme Earthmate PN-60w GPS with SPOT Satellite Communicator, which has been delayed until next month. Via GPS Tracklog.