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Packed with useful features
'The interface may be sluggish at times and the traffic feature relies on FM broadcast signals so it is touch and go.'
'The XL 350-TM provides TomTom's usual impressive navigation features, with an industry standard 4.3-inch screen. '
'hands-free calling capability'
'The TomTom XL 350 TM is a new GPS unit that offers free real-time traffic updates and free lifetime map updates. '
'a greatly simplified menu structure'
'Unlike other TomTom products, the Ease doesn't provide options for the shortest, fastest, bicycle, or pedestrian routes. '
'Lacks TomTom's excellent route preview feature.'
'Share free user-generated map corrections network'
'Screen quality could be better..'
'internal, rechargeable battery'
'smooth and streamlined maps and menus'
'Boasting a bright 3.5" touchscreen LCD, easy to use software and Bluetooth capabilities, the TomTom GO 300 is one of the most impressive GPS units we have seen so far.'
Street name announcement.'
'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.'
'The map and interface is easily visible from wide and tall angles, and is easy to see in most lighting conditions.'
'The is available by tapping on the upcoming turn icon, and displays a detailed view of the next turn.'
'platform offering extremely high performance and sensitivity'
'stylish new black case'
'North American maps'
Good, with a few glitches
'new AVIC-S1 "portable smart GPS navigation system'
'intuitive graphical user interface'
'Map upgrades are possible via an SD card slot.'
'The screen is anti-glare for easy reading.'
Top notch screen
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