We last spotted Averatec's first GPS device this past summer, the Voya 350, and this week, the California-based company just released its update to the line: the Voya 320 navigation device. It seems to offer many of the same features that we saw in the previous model, including the same chip (Samsung 300MHz), the same amount of RAM (64MB), the same screen size and resolution (3.5-inch, 320 x 240), and same memory card slot (SD/MMC). However, the Voya 320 has a smaller battery life (two hours instead of four) and also has brought the price down to $300. Is an extra two hours of battery life worth $100? That's for you to decide.

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Averatec Voya 320 brings GPS on the cheap