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TomTom GO 1050 review: The TomTom GO 1050 has a large, 5in capacitive touchscreen and a redesigned interface.
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TomTom Start 10 review: The Start 10 adds advanced lane guidance to TomTom's cheapest sat nav in Australia
This TomTom GPS unit is equipped with an extra-large 4.3in touchscreen
TomTom's current premium GPS device is the GO 950, a svelte, professional-looking unit
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TomTom's Start is the company's cheapest GPS unit to be released in Australia
Latest GO unit featuring IQ Routes technology and advanced lane guidance.
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