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TomTom GO 910, 710, 510 GPS units with 4-inch widescreen display

Marc Perton
March 1, 2006
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TomTom has updated its Go series of GPS units with three new models, the 910, 710 and 510. At the high end, the 910 comes with maps of Europe, the US and Canada preinstalled, no doubt for those drives from Alaska to Russia across the Behring Strait. It also includes text-to-speech functions and a built-in MP3 player. All three new models come with a 4-inch widescreen touchscreen display, a dock for quick connections to a computer and an optional traffic info receiver. All models will be available in April; pricing has yet to be announced. Oh, and Steve, it'll work with your iPod.

[Via PocketInfo.nl]



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