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.