How to Save Money Buying the Best Text to Speech GPS 2011

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Want to save money buying the best text to speech GPS? Here are a few tips and pointers that can help you save money, and more importantly end up with a quality GPS that will last more than a few months. We'll discuss not only how to buy the best text to speech GPS, but also which models are the best for the top manufacturers.

Let's start by talking about something you don't need to be doing. That would be buying a cheap piece of you know what from some knock off company in China, or anywhere else for that matter. I'm not saying that Chinese goods are junk. Please don't get me wrong. A significant portion of virtually everything we buy is made in China, and with lower prices I'm thankful for that. But there are companies that make either downright rip-offs or lookalikes that don't work very well.

The point is you don't have to go to some bargain basement manufacturer to save money buying the best text to speech GPS. You can buy a text to speech GPS from Garmin, TomTom, or Magellan (the top three manufacturers), without spending a ton of money.

For instance, the Garmin nuvi 255 is a 3.5-inch, text to speech GPS device that only costs slightly more than $100! Bet you might not have known you could get a Garmin for that price! Of course, you can spend more for more bells and whistles, but for a basic GPS with Garmin quality, the 255 nuvi is a real contender.

Another possibility for the best text to speech GPS would be the TomTom Ease. It's about $20 more expensive than the Garmin nuvi 255, but it's one of their newest products and it's super easy to use. Not only that, but it's got all of TomTom's proprietary software and maps, like their MapShare technology.

Finally, you can get a Magellan Maestro for $150 or so with text to speech. That would be either the 4220 or the 3220, according to the screen size you want.

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