At CES, we heard that Rand McNally and Navigon were partnering up to make some interesting GPSs. And the results of that torrid affair, the 7300T and 4300T, do have some pinchable cheecks.
Rand McNally can't be happy with everyone dropping their bulky atlases for GPS units and nav-enabled phones, so they're fighting back. But they seem a little confused.
Hell, Rand McNally has been designing maps since the U.S was only 13 states—it is good to see them finally get into the GPS biz with this boringly named Rand McNally GPS Navigator. This unit has a 3.5-inch screen or so. It comes loaded up with all of Rand McNally's maps and can get you from home to the nearest strip…
Would you rather trust your mapping needs to someone who's been around since the civil war, or some upstart like Garmin or Magellan? If you chose the former, then Rand McNally's MONA navigation service is just for you.