Street name announcement
Voice command recognition.'
'most user-friendly GPS'
'nice black case'
'The price is too high, especially without integrated Bluetooth..'
'Navigation Navigating with the TomTom is easy, and continues to demonstrate its ability to get you to where you need to go in short order and with confidence.'
'new slim design'
'most accurate maps'
'The GO 720 is only compatible with a small number of Bluetooth-enabled phones, and there are no external volume controls.'
'new, innovative Map Share technology'
'clear, colorful 3D maps'
'The TomTom Go 720 is ready to navigate right out of the box, as the diminutive unit has maps for all of the UK and Europe built in.'
'Extra screen girth is welcome.'
'The system doesn't support text-to-speech functionality'
'it's the implementation of the menus that make it a little more laborious to get through'
'The TomTom GO 910's POI database is outdated, and it comes with a flimsy windshield mount.'
'The guided tour is so brief, that, in our opinion, it wasn't really very helpful.
'the TomTom GO 910 comes with a four inch LCD display, the TomTom HOME software and TomTom HOME dock and a new design.'
'a 20 GB hard-drive and includes a remote control, an MP3 player, iPod compatibility, a wide four-inch screen, and text-to-speech functionality'
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