Whenever a manufacturer is rumored to be upgrading its top-of-the-line device, we wanna know about it, so GPS Review certainly had us intrigued with word of a successor to TomTom's popular, hard drive-equipped (and once-infected) GO 910 in-car navigation system. While perusing the manual on the recently-released GO 720 CD, one of the editors stumbled upon a set of files named go520.link, go720.link, and go920.link -- which besides the unit in question, most likely refer to a European-only product as well as what we now suspect to be an upcoming flagship model called the GO 920. Obviously no specs or details of any kind are available beyond this tantalizing clue, but now that we have an idea of what to look for, we're gonna be breathing down your neck for more info, TomTom.

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