1. ViaMichelin X950T, £350
The X950T uses Michelin Green Guide content to guide you to the best restaurants, hotels and sights.It's light enough for portable use, too.
www.viamichelin.co.uk ; 020-7365 1878
2. HP iPAQ hw6915, £450
This gadget is a combined mobile phone, digital camera, GPS and even a wireless PDA. The small thumb-board is slower than a real keyboard.
www.hp.co.uk; 08452 704 222
3. Fujitsu Siemens LOOX N100, £270
The pocket-sized LOOX is incredibly easy to use, with a 2.8-inch touchscreen and a sensitive GPS antenna. Navigation is fast, easy and reliable.
www.fujitsu-siemens.com; 0800 004 003
4. Navman iCN750, £400
The Navman's digital camera can save co-ordinates alongside grainy snaps. Simply touch the photo on the screen for instant directions back.
www.sport-tool.com; 01978 729 941
5. Mio P550, £310
This PDA can do everything a dedicated sat nav can - plus it has Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Skype. The screen displays directions in bold colours.
www.mio-tech.be; 09054 640 010
6. Sony Nav-U NV-U70, £350
Sony is a relative newcomer but this plug-and-play unit is a good effort. The 3.5-inch screen is bright and it announces roads by name.
www.sony.co.uk; 08705 111 999
7 .Garmin Forerunner 305, £260
Wear this wrist-mounted GPS system while running and it will track your speed, distance and heart rate - later, download the data to your PC.
www.garmin.com; 01794 519 944
8. Tom Tom GO 910, £500
The Tom Tom isn't just the fastest navigator here, it's an in-car computer. You can store MP3s and even link to your Bluetooth mobile phone.
www.tomtom.com; 08451 610 009
9. Magellan Explorist XL, £400
This waterproof GPS unit has a European base map and batteries that last up to 19 hours. You can buy more maps on SD memory cards.
www.magellangps.com; 00 800 6243 5526
10. Alpine NVE-N099P/D310R, £2,200
This unit recreates the feel of buttons using vibrations and sound. Pan-European navigation includes 100,000 cities. Plays CDs and DVDs.
www.alpine-europe.com ; 08703 333 761Reuse content