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TomTom Go 940 Live Review

Many view TomTom as the sat nav industry’s version of leading technology companies, such as Apple or Sony.  Much of this acclaim is centered on the flagship TomTom Go 940 Live, which is arguably one of the most complete satellite navigation systems to date (check it out here or more sat navs from TomTom here).  […]

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TomTom White Pearl Review

Last month, TomTom teased the GPS community with the announcement of a new sat nav unit.  The White Pearl is here, equipped with the company’s award-winning technology and a price that is surprisingly more affordable than one would expect.  Offering the latest updates to the One IQ V5 design, the TomTom White Pearl could just […]

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What to Consider When Buying a GPS Unit

Before the days of portable navigation and in car GPS, a map was how you traveled from A to B. Now that the gift of GPS navigation is accessible to anyone who refuses to refold one more map, this guide will route you to the right GPS unit (no refolding needed).

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TomTom GO 930T Review

The TomTom GO 930T is a high-end GPS unit that delivers all the features you need to get real-time traffic updates and navigate your way out of a jam.  Boasting a stylish design, the unit appeals from a presentation aspect, but how does it stack up as a whole?  Read the review to learn more.

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TomTom GO 740 Live Review

The GO 740 Live is the first TomTom with built-in internet capabilities.  The unit boasts a number of Live Services, such as Weather, TomTom Traffic, Fuel Price and Local Search powered by the Google search engine.  These services are certainly useful, but at an additional $10 per month for each one, this unit might be […]

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