It took 'em a while, but TomTom is finally getting around to releasing their entry-level TomTom ONE navigation device in one of our fav continents ever: North America. Specs are just the same as before, with a 3.5-inch QVGA touchscreen display and, um, GPS. We're guessing the same miniscule 32MB of SD memory is present as well, but the new TomTom ONE does manage a nice redesign, and they've shaved the thickness down to a single inch. The ONE also has access to TomTom PLUS services like real-time traffic info and weather reports. However, the unit is just as pricey as ever at $500 US, which sure seems like a lot for an "entry-level" device, no matter how sexy or North American it may be.

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