Portable GPS devices can do things that paper maps can't, such as tracking precise locations and providing spoken turn-by-turn directions that will get you from point A to point B, while showing the nearest coffee shops along the way. But navigating the GPS market can be tough. Consumer advocate Amber Bouman helps you find your way to the perfect GPS device.

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