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TomTom lets TomTom ONE 3rd Edition loose on North America

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Looking to keep all its bases covered, TomTom's now followed up its just-announced high-end Go 920 T navigator with the decidedly lower-end TomTom ONE 3rd Edition. From the looks of it, the big additions this time around are support for TomTom's Map Share technology (previously seen on the company's higher-end units), a new "enhanced UI," and a new "HELP ME!" feature, which apparently includes everything from directions to the nearest hospital to car maintenance information to first aid instructions. Otherwise, you'll get the same 3.5-inch touchscreen as before, along with 1GB of internal memory, an RDS-TMC connector, and leather case and strap to "protect you TomTom device in style." Look for this one to be available sometime next month for the budget-friendly price of $249.

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