They're better known for their cordless phones, but today Uniden is branching out into GPS navigation with their first portable GPS units, the GPS352 and GPS402. Both units are rebranded and come with 240x320 touch-screen displays and pre-loaded maps of the U.S. and Canada. They offer turn-by-turn voice instructions and can be taken out of your car thanks to their removable 3-hour batteries. Price-wise they're pretty affordable if you're looking for your first GPS unit. The GPS402 comes with a 4-inch screen and goes for $378 while the GPS352 has a 3.5-inch and sells for $316.
Uniden Enters GPS Market [NaviGadget]