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Garmap Live Traffic

By Hanleigh Daniels 8 October 2009

Garmap Live Traffic is a monthly subscription service for your GPS enabled mobile phone which should help you avoid traffic hold ups. FULL STORY >

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Riaan Manser

By Mike Joubert 8 September 2009

Riaan Manser rose to fame when he trekked around Africa on a bike, and his latest adventure in Madagascar proved just as challenging. He talks to us about finding your way in a storm, grannies in Simons Town and manual tooth extraction. FULL STORY >

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Samsung C6625

By Mike Joubert 20 July 2009

Business phones usually cost a packet, so the price conscious Samsung C6625 should come as a relief to already stretched business folk. FULL STORY >

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Garmin nuvi 215W

By Andrew Gould 7 January 2009

The Garmin n??vi 215W is a simple, safe and affordable GPS solution with Bluetooth hands-free phone calling. FULL STORY >

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Garmin nuvi 500

By Andrew Gould 26 November 2008

The Garmin n??vi 500 features driving, walking, cycling and boating modes which customise your n??vi specifically for your method of travel. FULL STORY >

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Garmin Nuvi 205

By Andrew Gould 30 October 2008

The n??vi 205 is both portable and affordable, so it can go from your car into your bag or briefcase. This navigator gives you voice-guided turn by turn navigation to get you to where you want to go. FULL STORY >

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Garmin nuvi 205W

By Andrew Gould 3 September 2008

The n??vi 205W is both portable and affordable, so it can go from your car into your bag or briefcase. This navigator gives you voice-guided turn by turn navigation to get you to where you want to go and it has a nice wide screen. FULL STORY >

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Garmin Nuvi 200 Pink

By Andrew Gould 3 September 2008

The N??vi 200 is a neat entry-level GPS unit from Garmin that gets you from A to B, without having to perform three illegal U-turns to get there. FULL STORY >

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Garmin Edge 705

By Andrew Gould 14 April 2008

The Edge 705 is a small GPS unit that fits onto your bicycle. It automatically measures your speed, distance, time, calories burned, altitude, climb and descent, and records this data for analysis after your ride. FULL STORY >

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