Knoji's In-Depth Report Compares Car Navigation/GPS Devices

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Knoji announced the availability of new consumer guide comparing the leading GPS devices: Garmin and TomTom

Both companies are branching out into other areas of personal navigation devices in order to compete with tablets and smart phones.

Knoji, a leading provider of consumer reviews and information, today announced the availability of a new consumer guide comparing the leading GPS devices. According to this report, Garmin has a cleaner user interface and TomTom offers better real time traffic service. Knoji's new consumer guide aims to help consumers choose the device that's right for them and provide useful comparison between the different devices.

An excerpt from the report is included below:

"Both Garmin and TomTom are leaders in the GPS industry. They both make quality products with a range of high to low end pricing. TomTom takes the edge in the amount of information you can review on-screen at the same time, and also comes loaded with more maps. Garmin has superior graphics, but some customers complain of intrusive advertisements on their products."

"As more and more GPS functions become available on phones and tablets, Garmin is staying competitive by marketing PNDs to runners, swimmers and golfers. Garmin features maps for roads, hiking trails and waterways and sells maps and devices catering to these sports enthusiasts as well as for drivers. You can save 15% on fitness accessories through their site. All their models are known for a readable and clean interface with great looking graphics displayed on long-lasting devices."

"TomTom has remained at the forefront of the GPS industry by making great, easy to use products that display maximum information for drivers. As for entertaining rides, if you'd like to have Bert & Ernie or Yoda or Han Solo guide you on your journey then that is within your powers as TomTom offers downloadable celebrity voices. Realizing that many people forego the permanent car GPS for even more mobile alternatives, TomTom also sells navigation applications for iPhones or iPads and offers 20% off refurbished products as well as savings of up to 30% off on products."

Read the full report here.

Knoji, based in Los Angeles, is a leading consumer website providing in-depth reviews, Q&A forums, and information on deals and discounts on thousands of top retailers worldwide. Consumers can find information on most leading e-commerce websites including those from the fashion, technology, financial and travel industries.

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