Review: TomTom ONE Arrives for Review at the GPS Lodge
The new TomTom ONE arrived for review today at the GPS Lodge. We're pretty happy to have it in house for a while, and luckily enough we are on the road this weekend so we'll be able to give it a good workout. It's small, and will be easy to bring with us. Recall the TomTom ONE is a thin, pocketable GPS navigation system that was announced last month and just recently hit the shelves in plenty of time for the holidays. The TomTom ONE should be on a lot of wish lists this year.
In a quick ride around the neighborhood, the unit look sharp out of the box, bright screen and easy TomTom navigation. The on-board battery makes it easy to program while away from the car, and run around on quick trips without plugging it in - the battery should last for a couple of hours of operation. Start-up was quick, and despite the fact that the unit had to start cold, it came to life and found satellites in a very short time.
TomTom ONE GPS System - 4.33 x 3.5 x 1.34 inches
TomTom ONE - What's in the Box
SD Card with North America Map and Points of Interest Data
USB 2.0 cable
Installation CD with Connection Software and Product Manual.
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Posted by Scott Martin at September 13, 2006 1:13 PM