updated 04:35 pm EST, Tue November 10, 2009
Supports handhelds without built-in GPS
Dual Electronics on Tuesday revealed the XGPS300 GPS cradle, which enables an iPhone -- or the typically GPS-lacking iPod touch -- to perform turn-by-turn car navigation. The device contains its own GPS sensor, and is bundled with NavAtlas' navigation software. Other hardware features include a speaker, rechargeable battery, audio output and a mini USB port.
The XGPS300 will ship later in November and cost $180, coming bundled with a windshield mount. [via GadgetReview]