The New TomTom GO Range for 2013

TomTom GO (2013)

TomTom GO (2013)

Interactive maps are displayed in high resolution via the capacitive PND

TomTom has launched the all-new GO version of their popular Portable Navigation Device (PND). The new TomTom GO features a brand new interactive map, lifetime TomTom Traffic and 3D mapping, in order to make the GO the essential driving tool.

The new TomTom GO range has a simplified with a choice of screen sizes from a 4.3”, 5” or 6”.

Interactive Mapping

Interactive maps are displayed in high resolution via the capacitive PND which responds to touch, users can zoom in and out to find and explore places on the map with their fingertips and tap on the map to get an instant route to a destination.

Lifetime TomTom Traffic

The new TomTom GO series comes with lifetime TomTom Traffic via smartphone connectivity using Bluetooth, this involves data rooming charges but allows live access TomTom Traffic and TomTom Speed Cameras.

Alternatively you can use Always Connected which utilises built-in connectivity which allows access to TomTom Traffic and other services, including TomTom Speed Cameras.

There is a 3 month trail to Speed Cameras included in the initial pack; there may be subscription charges thereafter.

3D Maps  

Key buildings and landmarks are displayed in 3D, making visual navigation easier via the GO easier.

Lifetime Maps

Ensures that you are using the most up to date mapping, lifetime maps allows you to download four or more full updates of the map onto the device, every year. Drivers receive all updates to the road network, addresses and Points of Interest.

17 April 2013 Staff

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