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TomTom might be in a bit of a tussle with the EU lately, but that isn't stopping the company from announcing two new GO models at CeBIT this morning -- say hello to the GO 930 and 730. The updates to the popular 720 and 920 now feature TomTom's new IQ Routes features, which uses a database of histo

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March 3, 2008 at 11:15AM
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Before we tell you about the TomTom GO 720, let us impart one piece of advice which we're pretty sure most GPS enthusiasts know already: if you're going through the Lincoln Tunnel into Midtown Manhattan late at night with your GPS fired up and ready for action, make sure you know by heart what to d

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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 rece

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It looks like TomTom's managed to hit all the right marks with its new GO 720 GPS unit, at least according to the first few reviews that have turned up, which all seem to have found plenty to like about the device. Among the first to get their hands on the device was GPS Review, which found the uni

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TomTom doesn't appear to be letting that spat with Encyclopaedia Britannica stop it from rolling out new GPS devices, with its new GO 720 unit making its debut today, along with the company's new \"Map Share\" system. The device itself is a fairly standard affair, boasting a 4.3-inch WQVGA display, a

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