motonav_opener WHAT: Motorola MOTONAV TN765t Personal Navigation Device

PRICE:Retail: $349.99, Amazon: $275.37

FUN FACT: The name "Motorola" was coined when the Galvin Manufacturing Corporation began making car radios in 1930.

WHY COMPLEX IS CO-SIGNING IT: Motorola would like you to use the TN765t as a personal navigation device. Something you use to traverse a city whether on foot or in a car. And truthfully, its dimensions—about as wide as a PSP and as thin as a Motorola Droid—and feature set would make it the perfect tool to use to get around an unknown locale. Well, it would, if we didn't have BlackBerrys and iPhones. That said, the TN765t shines as an in-car navigation unit. Once you get a satellite signal (it may take a minute depending on where you're located), there are a number of options at your disposal: you can search for an address, search for a point of interest, which, thanks to Google's Local Search, is pretty damn awesome. You can find any business or club or lounge or pizza shop using it. On top of that it has a number of features that are to be expected from a nav unit: handsfree speakerphone and a touchscreen; and some that you wouldn't: 4GB of built in memory with a microSD slot that supports 16GB cars and awesome 3D maps. Bottom line: Motorola knows how to build cool portables, the TN765t, name aside, is no exception. Peep more photos and Buy It Now info below.

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