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Best Sat Nav Heads up display
- Built-in translucent screen
- Garmin Hud app for iOS, Android and Windows Phone
- Car power adapter with secondary USB power connection
Considering it’s the only one of its kind available, this is a bit of a no contest. So if you want to feel like a jet-fighter pilot in you car this is the best way to do it. An upgrade of the Garmin HUD, which launched only six months ago, the Hud+
is still based around a projector that beams directions on your windshield and syncs to your smartphone via Bluetooth. It now comes with a Garmin HUD app that’s free to use for iOS, Android and Windows Phone users.
There’s no built-in battery so you need to plug it into a car power adaptor and when it’s secured in place it’s going to be a permanent fixture. There’s map coverage for Western Europe and Turkey and it only provides directions. If you only want to see next turns and arrival times, then this could be the futuristic navigation setup for you.