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Navman's SmartGPS is a 5-inch Android tablet -- running quite an old version of Android -- that syncs over Bluetooth or Wi-Fi with your smartphone, giving you turn-by-turn driving directions and live traffic updates, as well as extra info like the cheapest petrol nearby and any cafes and restaurants in the area. But is it still worth buying a standalone GPS in 2014?


If you're on the road in an unfamiliar location, a GPS unit for your car is essential. This week we're looking at five of the best, based on your nominations.


If you're contemplating buying a new GPS, this is worth considering: Navman is offering 36 months of map upgrades on its MY Series models, and 24 months of upgrades on EZY series models. There's also currently $20 off across the MY range, plus the EZY30 and EZY40 models. Potentially appealing if you're after something beyond a navigator on your mobile phone.


According to a piece in the SMH today, Navman users who have been waiting for the 2007 map updates can get them from today. Looks like new models have already received the update, but the N40i model was lagging behind.The form to fill out to register for 2007 map upgrade is here. The form says you'll be notified when the maps are available to purchase, but it's my understanding that customers who bought a new N40i which was supposed to include the 2007 maps will receive the maps as a free upgrade. (A promotion run in September last year offered the maps upgrades as part of the purchase of an N40i).Note that the form is for the F20, F40, N40i, N60i or iCN
720. If you own any other Navman model, the form refers you to the phoneline 1300 NAVMAN.