Map symbols can be cruel. Imagine our disappointment on discovering that all the elephant icons you pass on the road don’t denote herds of the majestic mammals – it just stands for a bog standard wildlife park. The trek home from a 200-mile trip to Stoat Adventure World can be tensely silent. Thank heavens, then, for NavPix, which finds its way onto all three of the new N-Series Navmans (Navmen?). Heralded as the world’s first navigate-to-pictures technology, it allows you to store favoured locations as photos, which can be navigated to at the press of a button. NavPix can be downloaded from the website, where you can also share your own, taken on the built-in 1.3megapixel cameras found on the N40i and N60i (pictured). The budget N20 loses the camera but retains all three models’ sleek new looks. The N40 adds Euro mapping on CD-ROM and enhanced GPS, while the N60i has the Euro maps preloaded and comes with a Sony-matching, 4.3-inch widescreen display. Each model also comes with full postcode search, free traffic updates and built-in safety camera info – which should stop HM Government taking some location-based photos of its own.