Once again, we wouldn't recommend trying to peep this thing during visits to lovely Switzerland, but the Origin360 database Pogo stuffed inside its new PogoDrive GPS unit should help you keep out of trouble in most of the rest of Europe. The UK-centric Origin360 database has in excess of 100,000 coordinates, noting everything from speed traps to accident hotspots. You can set up the device to work as a map with safety warnings, navigation device with safety warnings, or an all safety warnings all the time kind of thing. Other features include a 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD, 2D and 3D maps and turn-by-turn voice guidance. And if you're thinking this thing looks a bit familiar, you're right: Averatec has the same hardware backing up its Voya 320 budget GPS unit. The PogoDrive is available now for £350, about $683 US.

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