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Bigger is better with TomTom’s new 6” screen

Jun 25 2012

Bigger is better with TomTom’s new 6” screen

~ TomTom’s biggest screen ever on new Via 620 means safer, easier driving ~

Sydney, 25 June 2012 – TomTom today takes navigation one step further, proving that size does matter with the launch of its biggest GPS screen yet – on the Via 620.

With an extra-large 6 inch screen – bigger than that of any other TomTom device on the market – the Via 620 also features TomTom’s highest resolution screen yet. Sharper screen clarity and bigger buttons mean drivers enjoy a clear view of their route and safer, easier navigation.

“The Via 620 is big in a clever way,” said Chris Kearney, Vice President TomTom Asia Pacific. “We haven’t simply stretched the units. We’ve changed proportions and designed the Via 620 with safety top of mind. At TomTom, we’re all about helping drivers enjoy the journey and the increased pixels, bigger screen and larger buttons make your journey simpler and stress-free.

“For drivers – particularly those with larger vehicles such as the Aussie Ute or popular SUV – the Via 620 is practical, clear and easy to use so that they’ll always be confident on the road,” said Kearney.

The TomTom Via 620 also offers lifetime free daily map changes. Updates are based on reports from TomTom’s Map Share community of 21 million, and help drivers to deal with frequent road changes such as new speed limits and blocked roads.

The Via 620’s new dual-mounting system gives drivers the flexibility to mount the device on either the dashboard or the windscreen. Drivers can also enjoy other key features including TomTom’s Advanced Lane Guidance and Parking Assist to make their driving experience even safer.

“We know that the most important thing to Australian drivers using a personal navigation device is that the instructions are clear,” says Kearney. “This has been a huge focus for TomTom in the design of all of our new products – from providing Advanced Lane Guidance and spoken street names to now launching the Via 620, which is clearly the next big thing when it comes to GPS devices.”

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