TomTom Ease Review
The TomTom Ease is the newest TomTom on the entry level end of the market, and I reviewed the unit here at GPSLodge last month. PCMag has posted their review on the TomTom Ease and they offer some insight into what they think of the Ease, pointing out the Text to Speech capability and the fact that it comes with the benefits of being a TomTom - IQ Routes, MapShare and a solid mapping database under the hood. They did have some issues with routing while driving down the Mass Pike, and some of the shortcuts TomTom took to get to the simple design and low price. Ultimately, they recommend looking for older units still on the market with low prices as a suitable alternative to the Ease.
I think it's a fair recommendation as long as you get Text to Speech, but also think that the TomTom Ease will become the well thought of, sub-$100 unit that you see on a regular basis featured at eye poppingly low prices. Not now, but it will.
Read my Review of the TomTom Ease
Read the PC Mag Review of the TomTom Ease
Comparison shop the TomTom Ease
versus its bigger and better brother, the TomTom ONE 140S (Adds Lane Guidance and more Points of Interest) and the Garmin Nuvi 255
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Posted by Scott Martin at March 25, 2010 6:40 AM