PC Mag - The death of the dedicated GPS device has been greatly exaggerated. Sure, today's mobile devices integrate talented—and a lot of times, free—navigation apps, but not everyone wants to use a phone or a huge tablet for driving directions. With a standalone GPS, you can just leave it in the car and forget about it, until, of course, you're lost in an unfamiliar place. Or you're on a road trip, it's 1AM, and you're desperately searching for the nearest Taco Bell. Or you want to avoid sitting in an hour of turnpike traffic.