We find the cheapest navs money can buy

These days it seems like we rely on computers for almost every part of our daily lives. Whether it's watching our favourite TV shows online, sharing photos with our friends, typing up documents for work or just keeping in touch with old school mates, digital intelligence plays an integral part in our lives.

Even the age old art of navigation has succumbed to this new digital mistress. The days of knowing which was is north, south, east or west seem to be well behind us as people instead grow to rely on following the instructions of their in car satellite navigation systems.

It's not even restricted simply to drivers either, pedestrians are finding their lives made an awful lot easier thanks to software like Google Maps, which now finds itself on most mobile phones. It seems that yet another reason to talk to other people has been chiselled away from people living in the developed world.

If that sounds a little depressing, then we can cheer you up by giving you some great hints on where to find the cheapest navs available today! It might mean you don't have to ask anyone for directions, but on the plus side, it means you are in control!

If you aren't too worried about having top-end brand names, you could do much worse than taking a look at the View Quest Widescreen Sat Nav available from www.sendit.com for just £49.89 right now. It's loaded up with all the latest UK maps, and has all the features you'd expect from a device twice its price!

If you'd rather stick to a known brand, then you can check out the Garmin Nuvi 205W available from direct.tesco.com for just £89.97, or the TomTom Start for just £99.97.

United Kingdom - Excite Network Copyright ©1995 - 2021