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TomTom unveils next-gen GPS devices

TomTom unveils next-gen GPS devices

Building on the success of its TomTom GO, GPS maker TomTom added three new models to its portable car navigation line: the TomTom GO 910, the TomTom GO 510, and the TomTom GO 710. The systems are expected to ship in mid-April, and though pricing and detailed specs have not been released, we do have some information on the new features and improvements:


  • New design
  • Larger 4-inch LCD touch screen
  • Hands-free-calling functionality
  • Full integrated MP3 player (and hey, it works with the iPod)
  • TomTom Home dock and software for managing, downloading, and storing additional content from your computer
  • Text-to-speech functionality for spoken text messages
  • In a first, the TomTom GO 910 will include maps of the United States, Canada, and all of Europe

In addition, the company announced some new enhancements to its TomTom Plus service, which provides weather and traffic information. The update brings support for audiobooks, road-condition information, and more. We'll be meeting with TomTom president Jocelyn Vigreux tomorrow, so stay tuned for more.