Best TomTom GPS units

We roundup the best TomTom sat navs on the market

TomTom GPS units are some of the most recognisable on the market. The Dutch company has a great track record of producing easy-to-use sat navs, featuring stylish but simple interfaces, headed by its popular, entry-level ONE range.

In addition to stand alone GPS units, TomTom also has an iPhone app available in Apple's App Store, along with a specially designed iPhone car kit cradle. We roundup the best TomTom GPS units on the market.

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TomTom Start 10

The TomTom Start 10 has spoken street names, an EasyPort mount system, IQ Routes technology and now includes advanced lane guidance. Its screen is a little small and entering text requires a firm press, but this GPS is easy to use and functional.

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  • 15th Nov., 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • TomTom
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  • Pros:
  • Ease of use, EasyPort mount, speed and red light camera alerts, advanced lane guidance
  • Cons:
  • IQ Routes still prefers main roads, route recalculation is a little sluggish, no Australian text-to-speech voice, no included AC adapter

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