Chargers, GPS kits and car mounts. The best for a smooth ride.
Scosche reVIVE II
Scosche is known for its quality, and the reVIVE II USB charger is no exception. It will accommodate an iPad and one other device.
As has been mentioned some weeks ago, it's pretty easy to record GPS information and, later, incorporate it into photos taken on a non-GPS-enabled camera.
Unfortunately, the current camera lineup doesn't really please people that would like to geotag their shots. Neither the, because of the high price-value ratio or high image quality (IQ), most popular point-and-shoot (P&S) or DSLR (including mirrorless [aka EVIL] or some lower-end [Sony] SLT) cameras have built-in GPS modules.
Some examples of the current, most popular cameras lacking any GPS support:
P&S-style "luxury" fixed-lens camera
Best of the Best
#1 MotionX GPS Drive
($.99, app2.me/249; iPad version:
Features such as live search, door-to-door navigation tools, and frequently updated maps make this GPS app a fantastic buy. Live voice navigation will cost you an extra $19.99 a year.
2. GPS by Telenav
I just discovered a free GPS app for my iPhone called Waze. Free is usually an indicator of a light version of a full app. Not here. I have played around with and paid for some full featured navigation apps and have not been terribly impressed. I actually just drove from NYC with my brother, to Greensboro NC. We had two iPad, two iPhones and a built in GPS in my brothers vehicle. It was a Mo, Larry, Curly moment. We stopped multiple times by the side of the road to determine why all the devices were giving us different info, and actually got lost once. I am just glad my wife wasn't in the car or I would still be hearing about it. Anyway, I digress.