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If you're prone to hitting the road in a trailer or camper, you probably know that the road isn't exactly made to accommodate to your less-than-dainty vehicle. In a bid to express its deepest sympathies (and, you know, make money), TomTom is unveiling a device made specifically for caravan owners.

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April 27, 2012 at 2:46AM
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Surprise surprise, the Webkit interface-packing TomTom Go Live 1000 just hit European shelves earlier this month and now it's popped up at the FCC complete with a user manual and a posse of mysterious brethren dubbed the GO 1000, GO 7100 and GO LIVE 9100. Clearly the lack of Live in two of the titl

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Out of the gadget ooze dubbed the FCC comes yet another unannounced navigator from TomTom christened the Go 715. As an apparent followup to the GO 710, the TomTom Go 715 sports Bluetooth and a new SIM card slot for GPRS data. It also includes support for TomTom WEBFLEET allowing remote workers to r

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As if we needed another Europe-only GPS device that brings nothing new to the table, Adapt is busting out their all-in-one navigation system which sports a few PMP features and an SD slot, but looks just as bulky as the rest of the similarly-specced devices on the market -- with a particular TomT

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Sure, speakerphone setups that broadcast your incoming calls through your vehicle's sound system aren't hard to find -- if you purchase a factory installed option, that is. But TomTom is looking out for you folks who've added a nav unit after the fact, and aren't exactly fond of using the pitiful ex

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You might wish you had sprung for a GPS device before this weekend's little trip to the in-laws, which may or may not have involved two hours of being lost in a pair of cul-de-sacs, but we figured you'd still like to know what you're missing out on. The TomTom GO 910 heads the GO series, and spor

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