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TomTom GO 910: ‘full marks for sat-nav’

May 31 2006 -

TomTom GO 910: ‘full marks for sat-nav’
‘The TomTom GO 910 is the most fully featured sat-nav we’ve ever taken onto the street. It boasts a 4inch widescreen, Bluetooth, iPod connectivity, text-to-speech and audiobook playback.’ Stuff Magazine recently tested the new TomTom GO 910 inside out. One of the favourites is the new 4 inch touchscreen: ‘It’s bright and sharp, plus the device’s 400MHz processor has enough oomph to keep the refresh rate high even in 3D map mode.’ Further Stuff Magazine was very positive about the voice and sound: ‘The GO 910 has an excellent speaker, and the navigating voice was well sampled and clear. Text-to-speech tech means that it can also read out street names, further clarifying matters at busy junctions.’ As with the other GO products, ‘all functions are accessed and controlled using the touchscreen and chunky software buttons.’ The conclusion: ‘…the TomTom GO 910 is good. It’s well made, neatly designed, a pleasure to use and loaded with extras that you can use or ignore on a whim. And that makes it as essential as Haribo Tangfastics for any journey. Five stars.’
[May, 2006]

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