GPS devices were a big hit last Christmas as oversupply and heated competition drove down prices. Today's leading navigation gadgets now fetch less than $200, or about 30% less than a year ago. Nostalgic for 2007 prices, Navigon released this summer the 7200, which comes loaded with new premium features like live traffic reports and 3-D screens. But are a few extra bells and whistles worth $300 to budget-minded consumers? Happy trails.
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