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If you've used a TomTom device recently, these photos will look shockingly familiar to you. Like a crime scene in a 1980's Charles Bronson flick, there's nothing to see here, folks. You're looking at the TomTom GO 920, sure, but there are pretty much no differences between this and the GO 720, save

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September 1, 2007 at 8:04PM
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There it is, TomTom's Go 920 T navigator. TomTom's high-ender is said to include new \"Enhanced Positioning Technology\" for a more continuous navigation experience and pre-installed with what they call, \"the most extensive map of Europe and North America.\" The portable satnav features a 4.3-inch, 48

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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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