TomTom announces the TomTom One XL portable GPS navigation system with 4.3-inch touch screen and Bluetooth.
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We had an inkling that the TomTom One XL would make an appearance sooner or later after the FCC revealed its existence, but today the in-car GPS device got its official debut. The One XL expands on its older and simpler sibling, the TomTom One, by increasing the screen size from 3.5 inches to 4.3 inches and adding support for real-time traffic services. The unit also comes preloaded maps of North America, millions of points of interest, 2D and 3D maps, text- and voice-guided directions, and integrated Bluetooth 2.0 to access TomTom's PLUS services via your Bluetooth-enabled phone. The TomTom One XL will start shipping in June for a very reasonable $399.95.
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