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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Buy Dell Inspiron 1525

By Pooja Kumari Lapasia

For those who prefer performance over everything else, Dell Inspiron 1525 is the perfect choice amongst laptops available today. Dell Inspiron 1525 succeeds its cousin, Inspiron 1520, just after 6 months of the latter's launch, of course with advanced features and a more promising performance. Now that's called competing with oneself!

The new Dell Inspiron 1525 is lighter in weight (about a half pound lighter than Inspiron 1520), has a sleeker body (about 25% smaller than Inspiron 1520) and has added features. So if you thought small is the word for Laptops, and if you have been a great fan of Dell XPS M1530, you would be in for a surprise; Dell Inspiron 1525 is smaller at 9.8 x 13.9 x 1.4 inches. The color options provided with Inspiron 1520 - jet black, ruby red, sunshine yellow, espresso brown and alpine white.

The multimedia experience becomes richer with 15.4 inch widescreen and D-SLR camera. HDMI port allows your laptop to connect to a bigger display, a feature unique and exclusive to Inspiron 1525 as compared to other Inspirons. Dell Inspiron 1525 has 4 USB ports and a fire wire port, good to take care of the peripherils and gizmos. One of the features, Dell offers a cellular modem to keep you connected even on the move. With Inspiron 1525, choices are available in Verizon's, Sprint's EV-DO Rev A and AT&T's HSDPA modems, wherein you can choose if you have a preference in modems. A 2 megapixel camera on the screen adds to your internet experience.

Dell never disappoints with the processor options. And the beauty is that no matter what processor you choose, there will never be a performance mismatch. Since this system has Windows Vista Home Premium loaded, a RAM of less than 2 GB would not let the system perform to its optimum performance level. The battery life is again an added boon with approximately 4 hours of runtime.

The best part about buying a Dell is that it can be customized to the minutest of the details. So if you do not prefer the glossy screen you can opt for the standard anti glare screen. And for a little added cost you can get a color of you preference, Bluetooth, built-in wireless, integrated mobile broadband card including others.

The only drawback with the Dell Inspiron 1525 is that for the slimmer look, it had to give away the dedicated video card.

Which means that with an Intel Integrated Graphics Media Accelerator X3100 (without a dedicated video card option), the usage gets limited to 2D applications.

Pooja Lapasia is a well known author and has written articles on Dell Laptops, Laptop store, Lenovo Laptops, online shop and many other subjects.


Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Tips For New Auctioneers

By Walt Kolenda

I often get a lot of email asking about all manner of things in the auction business, so I've written this list of tips that are easy to understand and implement.

Most of the items here are suitable for any newbie in the auction business, but not every statement fits all, so use your best judgment as to what applies to you.

Here are my suggestions in no particular order.

Visit boards, sites and forums as often as possible, auctioneers love to promote their field and are more than happy to give advice, but weigh any such advice carefully to make sure that it applies to you.

Don't wait for work to come to you, start calling banks, lawyers, real estate agents and others in related fields to let them know your in the field and plan to be aggressive and competitive.

If your bidding on a job against another auctioneer and the prospective clients have told you that, say something nice about that auctioneer, then tell them how your different and emphasize your positive traits NOT his/her negatives.

Never be afraid to hire a consultant if situation calls for it. No one knows everything about every field, if you've got a big money job on the line, pay someone to advise you if that's practical.

Do not hire inexperienced bookkeepers or scribes.

Pay your help fair and praise them at least once a night in public, crowds love that.

Treat everyone that comes in with respect, that being said, know when to walk away from some jobs.

The first few auctions you run will stick to you for a long time. DON'T run a junk auction in your first year because that's what you'll be associated with for a long time.

Never advertise a headliner unless you have it in your possession or have a solid contract which states it will be there.

Don't take on consignors who want reserves, you'll have enough to deal with getting started without trying to meet unrealistic expectations.

Stay as far away from minimum bids and reserves as possible, no one likes it when an auctioneer holds back an item.

If you do run a big ticket item and it has a high reserve, make sure that is in your advertising or your going to have some upset Honchos at your sale.

Do not talk trash about anyone, nothing spreads faster than gossip in this business and it will come back to bite you.

Do not get upset with or discipline your workers in front of your crowd.
When someone gets something for way under the money, smile and suck it up, whatever you've just lost in profit will come back tenfold in word of mouth advertising if you take it like a trooper.

Again when something goes under the money, reference it in a positive way to reinforce the instance in the mind of the crowd so they'll remember it.
Never let the consignors or the crowd take over your auction. (They absolutely will if you let them)

Never work for nothing just to get started, you are a professional and should be seen that way.

Have fun on the block.

Study and learn new things in your field often and diligently, but study people ten times more.

On the sites in my source box, you'll find many articles with helpful auction advice.

Good Luck.

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Friday, January 23, 2009

Money Making Scams - Avoid 5 Internet Money Making Scams

By Kok Choon Kow

There are many Internet business opportunities available online, and the scams follows them around! In this article, I will help you identify the 5 common money making scams that most of the online business newbie always fell into.

Scam #1 - Get Rich Quick Scheme.

Many program, e-books, video courses claimed to help people get rich quick, and I assure you these are scams in some ways... Just ignore them and learn the proper way to make money online - Internet marketing!

Scam #2 - You Can Make Money Easily.

Anything that claimed to be easy is already or eventually will be crowded with people, only the hard way that most people ignore will let you make money easily! Most people think making money online is very easy, and eventually they gave up trying due to wrong expectation!

Scam #3 - Pyramid Scheme.

Any Multi-level marketing with more than 2 levels, in my dictionary is scam! Customer will need to pay more to sustain the commissions, I don't like too many levels scheme, they don't focus on providing a good product and services.

Scam #4 - Pay To Join Affiliate Program.

Some affiliate program claim that they can make you tons of money, but requires you to purchase their product or charge a sign up fees. My suggestion: ignore them! A good affiliate product and service will NEVER ask their affiliate to pay money before they earn!

Scam #5 - You Don't Have To Know Marketing.

Some how I heard someone saying: You don't have to know marketing to be successful online...Ignore them, because you need to know everything about online marketing before you can earn enough money to sustain your life!

These are the most common money making scams, you must be able to identify and avoid them before you can build a successful online business!

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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Portable Navigation GPS System - Sony NV-U83T Review

By Armand Jusuf

Sony has released another mobile GPS navigation unit with increased features from the Nav-U NV-U73T. The Sony Nav-U NV-U83T will be shipped mid-April to the many people that are anxiously waiting for it.

The Sony NV-U83T takes the same basic features of the already impressive NV-U73T, and adds upon them to make an even greater product. The first noticeable improvement is that of a larger screen. The display was upgraded from a 4.3" to a 4.8". It seems like a small upgrade, but those that are used to screens similar to these will know that half an inch can make a big difference.

Also included in this improved product is the Position Plus feature. With Position Plus, the NV-U83T will still continue to work and direct you when GPS signals are temporarily interrupted. This is made possible with many sensors that will observe your location in relation to the map. That is quite unique. A GPS navigation unit that does not always need a GPS signal to work. Now we do not have to worry about getting lost due to a temporary loss of GPS signal.

The greatest upgrade the NV-U83T includes is the Built in Bluetooth. If we are driving with a GPS navigation unit then we are already worrying about where we are going and how to get there. Why should we have to also worry about talking on the phone? Sony has made things that much simpler by integrating the two together. The NV-U83T allows us to connect with our Bluetooth device for easy hands free talking. Safely make and receive calls, while being navigated to our destination.

The Sony NV-U83T still includes that great features of it's little brother. The dual view provides an easier and clearer view of how to get around. It still comes pre-loaded with maps of the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. And of course, it features the gesture commands. Program destinations to the wave of a finger on the display and the NV-U83T will take you there. Sony makes things simple and easy for drivers. The only thing not so simple here is the price tag. Most stores are selling the Sony NV-U83T for around the $400 range. However, it can be found for cheaper than that. Some stores are going as low as the mid $300's. Despite the price tag, in the end the NV-U83T is a great navigation unit.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Portable GPS Receivers Buying Guide

By David Rahimi

With the rising popularity of GPS receivers, they have almost become a necessity to those that are fed up with getting lost while trying to reach a destination. But GPS (Global Positioning System) receivers do much more than simply letting you know where you are. With many models you can have turn-by-turn voice prompts telling you where to turn, how soon to expect the turn, the angle of the turn, and even which lane you should be in. On some models you also have access to hundreds of thousands of points of interest. Examples of points of interest are restaurants, department stores, gas stations, banks, etc.

There are many other features that are available on today's portable GPS receivers, though knowing what you want before making a purchase will help you decide on which ones are most important to you, and which ones are just added bonuses. Below is a list of things that our product specialists recommend our customers to look for before making a purchasing decision when shopping for portable GPS receivers.

Screen Size: It is important to consider the screen size of a portable GPS receiver because if your not able to see the roads you need to take, there's no point of having GPS. Make sure to get a receiver with a screen that will be large enough for you to be able to see street names with ease. Keep in mind though; there is always the zoom feature which gives you close ups of the map being displayed.

Touch Screen Controls: You should consider a receiver with touch screen controls, which makes it easier for you to input your information, and saves space because there is no need for extra buttons elsewhere.

Voice Prompts: If you plan on using the GPS receiver mainly while driving, it would be best to get one that features turn-by-turn voice prompts so you don't have to take your eyes off the road.

Battery: If you plan on using the GPS system that is not connected to something for power, consider the battery life of the receiver. If the battery doesn't last you long enough, you may just end up lost in the middle of nowhere.

Re-Routing Capabilities: Re-routing capabilities on a GPS receiver is a feature that re-calculates another route for you when you miss a turn. Getting a receiver with re-routing capabilities is important because if you miss a turn and the GPS doesn't automatically re-route, then you will have to go back follow the receivers exact route which can be very inefficient. Most portable GPS receivers designed for use in a car have re-routing capabilities, though some may not so its always good to double check.

Points of Interest: Having a GPS receiver with a high amount of POI (Points of Interest) can be very helpful to you in finding locations that you don't know the exact address to. The points of interest usually include things like gas stations, banks, stores, restaurants, ATM machines, etc.

Included Accessories: Check to see whether the GPS receiver comes with the accessories you need such as an AC/DC adapter, car mount, cables, cases, etc.


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Sunday, January 18, 2009

HP Officejet Pro L7590 Review

I purchased a HP Officejet Pro L7590 on sale for $150 on sale from a mail order supply company. The list price is $299 and I have seen it on sale at local stores for $199, but the prices are often lower if you shop online. A one year warranty was included.

Previously I have used a L7580 to print about 3,000 pages a month and that machine has worked well except for the scan/fax feeder which has frequent feed failures. The L7590 has an attachment that allows printing both sides of the paper but is otherwise very similar to the L7580. So far the scan/fax feeder has been working great on the new printer.

The printer is very fast especially in draft mode. The box claimed a maximum print speed of 35 ppm in black and 34 ppm in color. The print quality is good enough in draft mode for most purposes. We have had no problems scanning or faxing. There are 3 color and one black ink cartridges. An XL version for the cartridges is available and using the XL option, and selecting draft printing, will give you a very low cost per page printed. There are 2 print heads that are separate from the ink tanks. I have printed more than 20,000 pages on the L7580 (that uses the same print heads) and they have not needed replacement yet.

I did have some difficulty installing software for the machine. HP is no longer offering telephone tech support so I used their internet support. The online support was able to resolve the problem but it took two sessions and about two hours. All things considered this printer is a good fit for my needs and a good value for the money.

Glenn Lamb is the author and owner of Texas Capital Mortgage in Houston Texas.

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Saturday, January 17, 2009

The Canon 400D Vs the Canon 300D Vs the Canon Rebel

By Chris Campbell

Today, almost every family owns at least one or more digital cameras. Cameras have been an essential part of of lives for capturing memories for generations. One of the most popular and conversely successful lines of cameras, comes from Canon.

The camera has come a long way, from black and white to color film, then into the digital era. Canons line of SLRs, specifically the Canon EOS 400/Rebel XT / Xti / Xsi Digital is a popular consideration for photographers of all levels. Certainly one of the most popular camera lines on the market for a number of years for pros. It's also been one of the favorite beginning photographers camera, because it is so convenient and easy to use.

Canon EOS 400D is the third generation of it's model line, that's been available for a few years. Its an upgrade of the Canon EOS 300D. EOS 400D is different from the previous model, as it is more lightweight and compact. Part of its design package is a unique cleaning system for removing dust. The camera also has a clean dust software model. In addition, other unique features include a low-pass filter, ultrasonic vibration and anti-static coating.

Canon EOS 400D has a bigger 2.5-inch liquid crystal display, with 160 'horizontal and vertical perspective. Photographers easily find the cameras manual settings, through the liquid crystal display and make adjustments as required. Histogram settings include a choice of RGB or brightness. According to several digital camera reviews, this camera displays significantly more dynamic color.

In addition, you can also shoot 27JPEG and 10RAW image. There are a wide range of image parameters and adjustments in style and choices. There are three optional automatic rotation options, and each folder can store 9999 pictures.

The camera deserves further kudos due to its improved user interface. It easier to manage, and makes it easy to understand. When turning the camera off, it will automatically remember your previous settings. It can also provide direct printing function.

Compared with previous models, the Canon EOS 400D shows significant improvements. With its new features, you can find the prior model 300D has dropped significantly in price. When researching a Canon EOS 400D digital camera don't forget to consider the Rebel XT / Xti / Xsi models as well. As they are very similar cameras.

Visit Good Digital Cameras for more info, and discounts on the Canon 400D, Canon 300D or the Canon Rebel.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

The Sony VAIO P Series - The Debut Sony Mini Laptop

By Ed Fry

At last, a Sony mini laptop is here, the Sony VAIO P Series. Although not in the form some originally expected, an adapted Via Openbook, the Sony VAIO P series has all the size and weight credentials that a netbooks should have. It weighs a minuscule 638g, that's around two thirds the weight of the original netbook; the Asus Eee PC 701. Like the heavenly thin MacBook Air, the P-series is also under 2cm thick at 19.8mm and only "slightly larger than an office envelope."

But the impressive specs don't stop there...

The LED backlit screen, 8 inches across and in a widescreen format, has a surprisingly high 1600x768 resolution (compared to 1024x600 for your everyday netbook). At that resolution, it's unlikely you'll ever need much side-scrolling again, since most webpages aren't that wide. Battery life is stated as 4 hours for the standard model, or 8 for the large capacity battery - enough for a full days work.

My jaw hit the deck when I saw how much SSD drive storage the P series is offering - up to 128GB. SSD or Solid State Storage requires no moving parts and is thus very durable. But it's very expensive to produce a large storage SSD facility which has meant most netbooks have had around 16GB tops. A hard drive version is also available offering 60GBs storage.

Sony has incorporated some really clever extra features. Firstly, a GPS which needs no internet connection (in the USA and Canada only - more of that later), Windows Vista - a first for a computer this small and an array of connectivity options; Wireless LAN 3G Broadband, 802.11n LAN and Bluetooth so you're connected wherever there's mobile phone signal. Other more standard features like the 'Motion Eye' webcam and microphone are also included, not to forget the Sony 'xross media bar', common with the PlayStation 3 and Bravia HDTV range.

The inclusion of Vista is interesting. Most netbooks haven't strayed above 1GB of RAM whereas the new Sony has 2GB. Processing power is a bit on the light side however since the P series will only come with a 1.33GHz processor from Intel, not the Intel Atom common with most netbooks - perhaps suggesting how much Sony wants to disassociate itself with the "cheap and cheerful" netbook look. As we previously mentioned in our article on the VAIO TT - try searching netbook on Sony's VAIO site - nothing.

Of course, it's only just been made available in the USA (today 8th January) - starting at $899 which works out about £600 at todays (painful) exchange rate. And here's the good bit...

It hits the shelves in the UK as well as in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Russia in February. We can't wait to get our hands on one.

View the original article with pictures and video of the press launch at: Homepage at

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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Apple IPod Nano Third Generation 8 GB

By Pooja Kumari Lapasia

Apple has forever kept on increasing the quality and features of its products. It has this seamless ability to beat all its previous records and come up with a yet another improvement in its already best iPods. It is its own competitor. With this attitude it has excelled itself once again, especially with the new nano.

It is a lot more curvaceous than the previous nano. This model looks much more like a miniature version of the iPod Classic. Its corners are rounded, and its edges fade to a sharp edge. It has an anodized aluminum top and polished stainless steel back plate. It is available in five eye-catching colors. It has a larger, brighter display with the highest pixels per inch of any Apple display, ever. iPod nano delivers excellent visual features. Besides it can Play up to 5 hours of video or up to 24 hours of audio on a single charge. Its wonderful battery life and the 6.5 mm wafer thin profile accelerates Apple's iPod fan base. In order to accommodate it's bigger screen, it's both shorter and wider than the previous nano - 52 x 70 x 6.5mm (WxHxD) to be precise.

In this model, it plays video and that too on a bigger, brighter screen than before. Apple claims that the new screen is 65 per cent brighter than the previous generation's screen. And this is is absolutely true. It looks very attractive. The photos here look vibrant and videos are crisp, sharp and detailed.

You can use the click Wheel to adjust volume, navigate songs, and browse in Cover Flow or you can explore the Music menu by playlist, artist, album, song, genre, composer, and more. To enjoy variety you can click Shuffle Songs. iPod nano makes your music look as good as it sounds, with the help of its bright color display.

You can take movies from different sources and you can sync them to your iPod nano to watch anywhere, anytime. You can watch up to 5 hours of video on this ipod. With the playback facility you can watch two movies back to back. And for your viewing pleasure, the 320-by-240-pixel display with a whopping 204 pixels per inch offers 65 percent brighter video than before. With Cover Flow on iPod nano, you can scroll through your music to find the album you want to hear. You can use the Click Wheel to browse music by album cover, and then you may select an album to flip it over and see the track list. iPod nano has the capacity to hold up to 7,000 photos. You can sync them from your Mac or PC via iTunes.

The extra features in it includes calendars, contacts, world clock, stop watch and a screen lock that appears in the Extras menu, along with a few more handy items.

The Apple iPod Nano overall is very useful. It is precious as it supports video playback, can output to TV, supports Cover Flow. Besides it is very compact and has a sleek design, bright screen, enhanced user interface and games. The device is talented enough to skip the unnecessary DVD chapters and start right off with the video, in addition it also remembers to start the movie at the point you stopped it the last time.

Its near-doubling of battery life is even more impressive when considering the 65% increase in screen brightness. However battery life tends to be shorter if you frequently skip songs or if you use the backlight for extended periods. This is the smallest-screened media player, adding very good video- and game-playing capabilities to the previously music- and photo-only, popular iPod nano.

It has a built in microphone, with excellent interface. Photos look vibrant and videos are crisp, punchy and detailed. The additional information provided by these new menus makes finding content easier, although if you have a large music library, the two-line-per-track songs list takes longer to scroll through.

In this model the Apple iPod Nano Third Generation 8 GB's long, thin stick design has been replaced by a wider, stouter design that accommodates both the generous screen and Apple's signature scroll wheel. And even though this is the smallest video-playing screen, after watching a 90-minute movie on the nano it is a pleasant surprise.

How long you'll want to spend watching a screen this small is although a bit debatable Besides it is worth noting that widescreen footage on the 4:3 screen is eye-squintingly difficult to watch, however the nano makes up for this with its ability to play back footage at up to 30fps, which is easily enough for smooth, viewing.

Pooja Lapasia is a well known author and has written articles on Ipods Laptop store, Acer Laptops, online shop and many other subjects.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Canon Pixma Mp145 Review

By Aaron Qayeum

Canon PIXMA MP145 is arguably one of the cheapest up-to-date All-In-One printers. It has all the necessary functions that an individual user requires.

Functions includes the ability to:

1. Print

Canon PIXMA MP145 has the ability to print up to 220 pages which has a resolution of 4800 DPI. Besides its ability to print 220 pages, Canon PIXMA MP145 has a acceptable print speed of 20/15ppm. This is considered a very good tradeoff for such a CHEAP All-In-One Printer.

2. Photocopy

Canon PIXMA MP145 also provides you a photocopy function which makes things a lot more convenient for users, especially at workplace where duplicate documents are a must. Canon PIXMA MP145's copy speed takes up only about 4-15 seconds.

3. Scan

Like the Photocopy function, however, this allows you to scan hardcopy documents straight into your PC as softcopy, providing you the flexibility to send softcopy to your friends or other purposes.

Canon PIXMA MP145 has a very slick and compact design, especially knowing that it has actually all the 3 important functions, Print, Photocopy and Scan. Many individuals expected the Canon PIXMA MP145 to be much bigger.

However, such Canon PIXMA MP145 is a budget All-In-One Printer, Canon PIXMA MP145 has omitted some convenient additional functions which may be good or bad.

Many argued that these additional functions are useless, some would stay away from Canon PIXMA MP145 because of this.

The lack of the convenient additional functions on the Canon PIXMA MP145 are:

  1. No LCD screen.
  2. Does not have external memory slot for users who prefer not to switch on their PC and print directly from memory card.
  3. Only MANUAL double sided printing.

Overall, this printer is the cheapest alternative for a All-In-One printer and a definite MUST to get if you do not mind the decent printing speed.

Aaron Quyeum is always concern on what his readers buy. Aaron will ensure you buy the right products with his quick short reviews, stating its pros and cons of the latest Hardwares, Softwares, Phones and Gadgets. Read his full quick short Canon PIXMA MP145 Review or other reviews before buying your products at

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Canon PIXMA IP1600 Photo Printer Review & Its True Cost of Ownership

By Christy Berger

With Canon PIXMA iP1600 Inkjet Printer you can make high quality photo printings at home. No need to limit yourself with standard paper sizes for your photo printings as Canon PIXMA iP1600 printer offers a wide variety of paper sizes and weights. For example; you can print on standard-sized papers, on credit cards or on envelopes if you want. Canon PIXMA iP1600 printer lacks output tray.

Here are some of the specifications and features of Canon PIXMA IP 1600:

* USB interface; compatible with Windows and Mac (in case you need it, no parallel port provided)

* Up to 4,800 x 1,200 color dpi resolution, droplets as small as 2 picoliters (This is a pretty high resolution for a low end home use printer)

* Borderless 4-by-6-inch photos in as little as 70 seconds (of course this is assuming draft mode printing, but even normal printing is fast for a photo printer at this price range)

* ContrastPLUS 5-color ink system; built-in two-sided printing (again great for a home printer, you probably will not use it a lot but still is good to have)

* Printer ink cartridges: Printer ink cartridges: PG-40, CL-41 (This is the reason why this printer is probably this so inexpensive: Very expensive cartridges that are very hard to find and there is not compatible. Beware before you purchase)

* Accepts media ranging from credit card to legal sizes

Here what comes in the regular box: Canon PIXMA iP1600 printer, PG-40 ink cartridge, CL-41 ink cartridge, power cable, setup manual, CD-ROM, quick start manual, registration & warranty card

The street price of this printer ranges between $40 and $65 but this is only a part of the story as we all know. It is the supplies that will make the bulk of the cost of ownership. Canon PIXMA IP1600 printer uses cartridges that are very hard to find and very expensive. So you will be wasting all the money you save (and more) while buying the printer on its printer supplies.

This is how we calculate cost of ownership of a printer: "number of prints per month" times "cost of the printer cartridge" divided by "the yield of the printer cartridge".

For example, lets assume that you will print 40 photos per month using this printers ink cartridge set that yields about 60 photos and a set of cartridges cost $80 for the genuine Canon brand ink cartridges (since there are no compatibles exist in the market). The monthly "cost of ownership" is then

(40 photos) x ($80) / 60 pages = $53 / month . Yes, you read it correctly: it is more than the cost of printer if you choose the print that much.

This article is prepared by Christy Berger from A longer version of this article can be found at Canon PIXMA IP 1600 Photo Printer Review. Main resource of this article is Canon PIXMA IP1600 Photo Printer Ink Cartridges at PrintCountry.

The Budget GPS Navigator - TomTom One 130S

Packed with some high end features, the TomTom One 130S is a budget GPS Navigator. The screen size is 3.5" only but the features it has truly compensate for it. It comes fitted with a folding mounting system to easily carry it along. It scores a point above the TomTom One 130 GPS with it's text to speech direction feature. As a valuable addon, you can download and install alternative funny GPS voices.

This could be the GPS navigator you are looking for in a budget as it's prices at $200+. With a large and powerful speaker to give you complete clarity it has an automatic volume leveler to adjust the background noises. It is compatible for receiving realtime traffic detection and avoidance data.

The Easyport mount of the TomTom One 130S allows you to easily plug it off from your windshield and put it in your pocket, bag or glove box. The mount folds neatly into the back of the GPS device. A USB car charger is provided for charging on the road and a USB data cable is for connecting it to your PC or laptop to do map and voice updates. An automatic day/night back light and color display mode helps you view the display screen at anytime.

The rest are standard features like POIs found in a GPS navigator. The TomTom One 130S is a strong contender for gifting a GPS unit to yourself or to someone special at a budget price.If price is a issue this might be the one.

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