Vidcast vote: win a Pure portable DAB radio

We know that it's a jungle out there. Especially if you live in the Amazon basin. But even in darkest Croydon, a sat-nav system can rescue you from a

We know that it's a jungle out there. Especially if you live in the Amazon basin. But even in darkest Croydon, a sat-nav system can rescue you from a million tricky situations (like getting out of Croydon).

This week's vidcast pits two of the more unusual choices in the sea of sat-navs against each other.

First up is the Magellan Crossover, a unit with the ability to off-road and even take to the high seas, thanks to optional topographic and marine charts as well as the standard preloaded street maps. Whether you're into fishing, off-roading, hiking or (yawn) just plain driving, this is perfect for all adventure dudes, albeit ones with especially large pockets...

Next up is the BlackBerry 8800 – a different kettle of fish entirely. Adding sat-nav to the already bulging BlackBerry feature set means some great integrated features, including emailing your mates your exact location and adding map references to your address book. A lack of postcode finder and 3D maps might infuriate though.

Either way – tell us which one gets you deliriously excited and you could be the lucky recipient of the palm-sized Pure Move portable digital radio, complete with aux input for iPod or other MP3 players, FM radio and mini USB connection. So even if you do get lost, at least you'll have something to listen to...



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