Despite the demise of Dash and the suspension of Magellan's connected GPS, another entry into the market appeared this weekend -- the TeleNav Shotgun. Known more for their cell phone navigation product, TeleNav has jumped fully into the PND market with a product that costs $299 and comes with a three month trial subscription. After that, connection fees run from $11.99 a month to $239 for two years.
The Shotgun carries a healthy 11 million POIs on board, should your subscription expire or you find yourself out of cellular range. Traffic data is provided by INRIX and maps by Tele Atlas, but I haven't seen anything yet that indicates if the live search function is powered by Yahoo! or Google.
GPS Review has posted a review, and says in part...
"TeleNav is off to a good start with the Shotgun. While I ran across a decent list of things that needed to be touched up, most of those were relatively small issues that can be addressed through software updates."
Meanwhile, Engadget has a nice gallery posted.