Bluetooth calling has been added, along with voice destination input.But, it seems this big boy runs on the same sluggish CPU and GPS that the budget 2000S does.Herewith, a few rays of excellence, but be advised that the i Pod Touch lacks a GPS antenna, so not all of the apps will work on it.(All of these are available through the i Tunes store.)Call us homers, but this free app is perfect for settling a horsepower argument in a bar or, for that matter, buying a new car.Shift strikes us as the mobile game with the most depth.There are circuit races (though the road courses are fictitious), or you can try your hand(s) at drifting.This map-type app is dedicated to tattling on the cops—pointing out locations where they’re hiding and where speed traps and red-light cameras are zapping drivers.
Judging by these NAVIGON units, the company is a budget GPS maker trying its hardest to break into the game with the big boys.It doesn’t have Bluetooth or speak recognition, but the mapping is solid and the matte black bezel is pleasant.The unit is sluggish however, not only in navigating the menus, but also in acquiring satellites.It reads traffic warnings from radio waves and informs the user of the situation. Maybe the glossy look doesn’t bother you as much as it does me. The screen is a 4.3-inch touchscreen covered with a plastic shield.If that’s the case, this model can be had for 9 online. The casing is a tad thicker, and the speaker a bit clearer.