Many smartphones now boast a built-in GPS receiver and most are excellent for personal navigation on foot, but the HTC Touch Cruise stands out as arguably the best mobile device for navigation in the car. The device has a large display and touch-screen navigation, which is essential for in-car navigation. What's more, the large 2.8- inch touch display remains clearly visible in sunlight. You get a quick location fix thanks to the A-GPS, and the Touch Cruise comes with a
TomTom city sampler, although you will have to pay an extra £72 if you want the full UK maps software. While it's pricey, the software and UI are perfect for the Cruise's touch-screen operation, which sports large user-friendly icons. A spinning touch-wheel lets you easily zoom in and out of maps, and the speakers are loud enough to clearly hear the turn-by-turn voice instructions over the hum of the
city and motorway traffic.