Insignia is a “Best Buy" exclusive brand. There are two GPS models with internet capabilities: the NS-CNV10 and NS-CNV20. Both models have a built-in cellular modem with a WAAS enabled GPS receiver. They can show real time traffic updates (through traffic.com) and can perform local Google searches. The models are included with a simple touch screen interface with a main “Go To" and “Map" shortcuts. The interesting thing about the “Go To" section is that it opens up links for programming your home address, search for other addresses or can do a general Google search for restaurants, stores, gas stations or other POIs.
Other features include route planning with text to speech (with turn by turn voice prompts), preloaded base maps of the US, real-time gas prices (through gasbuddy.com), they are chargeable with a USB connection and have an automatic rerouting feature.
The main difference between the NS-CNV10 and NS-CNV20 is the screen size. The NS-CNV10 version has a 3.5 inch screen, while the NS-CMV20 has a widescreen 4.3 inch version. The NS-CNV20 also has the advantage of built-in Bluetooth technology.
As of 2010, the NS-CNV20 has been discontinued and no longer offered by Best Buy. The NS-CNV10 is available through their website for $60. Best Buy does offer a year of connection service and map updates for a year when you buy one of this unit. After a year, the connection service will cost you $99 annually.