HGMonaro wrote:GPS these days can mean a lot of different things... but from your description of tasks I think you want a handheld unit (not a car navigation one). You can get simple ones (no maps) and complicated ones (maps, colour screens). Just depends on how much you want (or can) pay!
Most if not all current GPSs use a 'Sirf' chipset which gives excellent reception. You want this in whatever you buy. You're probably best to have a read of some of the GPS specific forums to get the lowdown on what's the current 'best of class' as my knowledge is a bit dated. If no-one posts some site addresses by the time I get home tonight, I'll add a couple.
chisel wrote:Any of the garmin units would be good. http://www.ja-gps.com.au/garmin_handheld.html
You can pay from $120 to $600 .... the top of the range will be the Oregon with the touchscreen.
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