Consider these 5 GPS units under $200

In all, there are 6.5 million POIs. But, you can add more POIs or buy add-on travel guides on SD card.

You'll get turn-by-turn directions, but not text-to-speech announcing street names.

As with the 265T, you get Photo Navigation. You also get the ability to upload maps from Google.

If you want traffic information, you'll need to buy an optional receiver ($120). With the receiver comes free lifetime traffic updates.

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