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TomTom announces widescreen ONE XL GPS

The FCC may have ruined the surprise, but TomTom's not letting that bit of leakage stop 'em from talking up its new ONE XL GPS unit, which the company officially announced today. As we knew before, the big selling point here is the relatively spacious 4.3-inch widescreen display, which gets backed up by 32MB of RAM, Bluetooth 2.0, and pre-loaded maps of the United States and Canada. along with the usual plethora of POIs. You'll still have to wait a little while longer to take one of these along on your next trip though, with the device only set to hit stores in June for $400.