Today Magellan announced their RoadMate 360 —
a 14-channel GPS receiver based on the Hertz NeverLost system. The device features pre-loaded street maps for Canada,
Puerto Rico, and "all 50 United States, including Alaska and Hawaii" (just in case you forgot they joined the 50 back
in 1959!) for what Magellan likes to call 'turn it on and go" ease of use. The 360 sports turn-by-turn voice prompts, a
3.5-inch high-res TFT color touch screen showing 3D graphics for upcoming turns, and an optimized QuickSpell keyboard
with a new Autofill feature for snappier address input. They don't offer expansion to add new maps, but then again,
what do you want for a $699 MSRP?