Help Me! TomTom GO 720
In what should become a standard offering on all GPS units, TomTom has hit on something that should be a comfort in an emergency with the “Help Me” button on their new TomTom GO 720 unit. The “Help Me” button does some special stuff for you, like gets lists of the closest gas stations, hospitals, police departments, and if you have the unit paired with a phone via Bluetooth, it will even allow you to call those closest help stations. If you are talking to someone and need to get them your location, the TomTom GO 720 will give specific information about your street address and your latitude and longitude if needed.
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Posted by Scott Martin at August 14, 2007 6:33 AM
I agree, the Help Me feature looks like a really great idea that TomTom has come up with for the 720 which already looks like a solid device. A list of the closest help locations is an innovative idea and could really come in handy.