The TomTom GO LIVE 1535M sets itself apart from the GPS pack with a set of internet services, including access to Google, Yelp, and TripAdvisor, along with the ability to automatically tweet your location. However, these features require a $60 annual fee after the first year, and the 1535M falls flat on some basic functions, with slow satellite acquisition times, a somewhat unresponsive touchscreen, and a clunky user interface. While it includes traffic, weather, and voice commands, so do a number of other GPS units, many of which don't suffer from the 1535M's other problems.
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