April 25, 2007

TomTom FM Transmitter Mount Review

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The folks at Pocket Lint have their impressions up on the new FM transmitter Mount for the TomTom GO line (510, 910), which takes the FM transmitter and stuffs it into the mount. Great idea and it sounds like they liked the execution overall. They liken the unit to the Belkin iTrip for the iPod where the small attachment allows you to send audio over to your car stereo. The issue that I have run into is simply that I can't find empty space on the radio dial that stays empty for long since there are so many broadcasters around here.

TomTom engineered the unit to play your music over your stereo, with interrupts for turn directions. With some caveats, they say that the TomTom FM Transmitter GPS Mount is "a great addition to what is already a great [GPS]."

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Posted by Scott Martin at April 25, 2007 6:34 AM

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