Google search is finally making its way into GPS units with the latest from Insignia. The two units are going to boost built-in cell phone modems that will power the Google search and ‘cording to a Best Buy spokeswomen, there will be no fees for the first year. (Sounds like Dash) The Google access will allow owners to locate places with the power of Google and even forward route info from their PCs to the GPS units. The NS-CNV20 is going to sell for $499 and have a 4.3-inch touchscreen while the 3.5-inch NS-CNV10 will carry a $399 price. Interested? Both models should launch on October 19.
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