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The dark streets of Gotham City or Hong Kong can be a labyrinth to navigate -- especially if you don't really have any talent for echolocation. That's why even a caped crusader can benefit from a handheld GPS. Just hitting shelves is the new Apple iPhone 3G, resplendent with built-in GPS goodness. But inconveniently for our Dark Knight, The New York Times' David Pogue writes that "the metal of a car or the buildings of Manhattan are often enough to block the iPhone's view of the sky, leaving it just as confused as you are."
If our hero is a little soured on Apple, he should consider sinking his bat fangs into Samsung's Instinct PDA Phone or Garmin's Colorado 400 series of handheld GPS devices (pictured). The 400 series models boast a Bat-Signal-bright 3-inch color display, worldwide base map with shaded relief or satellite imagery, 3-D map view, barometric altimeter (finally!) and electronic compass. And -- depending on the model -- you can get built-in U.S. topographic maps (perfect for locating the highest peak to brood on) or coastal water charts (no Aquabat vehicle should leave port without one). -- Danny Allen