By Dr. Bob
I have lots of gadgets. I have had home computers in the mid 1970's before anyone had a PC. I have had digital cameras since the 1990's. One gadget that is more valuable to me than any other is a GPS. I have used them in vehicles since the early 1990's. They get faster and cheaper every year. They also get easier to use every year. If you like multi function cell phones and PDAs you will love a GPS. There are two shortcomings of the GPS, the software and databases. First, I have never seen databases that are less than 10 years out of date. Second, even very expensive units like in my Outback have moving map programs, but they forgot to change the scale of the map with speed. I had this feature 15 years ago. Try a GPS, you will like it.