Monday, August 23, 2004
Son of Road Trip - TomTom Navigator Bluetooth GPS reviewed
Posted by Doug Raeburn in "HARDWARE" @ 09:00 AM
Product Category: GPS hardware and software
Where to Buy: TomTom Store
Price: $349 USD
System Requirements: Any Bluetooth enabled Pocket PC; desktop software requires Windows 98/NT/ME/2000/XP.
- Great GPS performance;
- Comprehensive, high quality mount and accessory package;
- Top notch routing performance;
- Effective and easy to use "avoid roads" capability;
- Clear map and voice instructions.
- No intermediate waypoints;
- No way advance voice warnings;
- Some menus are a bit hard to find.
There have never been more options available for automotive navigation systems than the ones available now. Factory navigation systems are readily available in many popular family sedans and minivans. Major GPS manufacturers such as Garmin, Magellan and TomTom have introduced dedicated automotive navigation systems as a lower cost alternative to the factory systems. But a navigation system based on a PDA still provides the most bang for your buck. If you're in the market for a navigation system based on a Pocket PC, the TomTom Navigator system should definitely be on your list of candidates.
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