We've had discussions surrounding those petite navigators that stay safely within the confines of your vehicle, but it's about time we broke it back out for the argonauts in attendance. We'll let Tyler take it from here:

"I'm an avid hiker, and I'm looking to get a new outdoor-centric navigator that can withstand the elements and last a good while without a charge. I'm particularly interested in getting one with extra features like a trip logger and multimedia player, but obviously I'm trying to spend the least amount while not sacrificing usability. Any other outdoorsy individuals have any advice?"

Once you're back in from the tent, why not give this some thought and chime in? After that, feel free to send in a question of your own at ask at engadget dawt com.

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