Summary: Like most new toys, it takes a bit of getting used to. The POI feature shows too information when you try and find a POI in a named city. Be careful in your selection or you will wind up in the wrong town.
Summary: I like it but I don't love it. Sometimes it has issues finding a traffic alert signal, and because of it I was stuck in traffic for an hour during a 4 hour ride to begin with making it five... lately I will turn it on mid day and the night time view will be on and I have to manually adjust it.
Summary: I needed to replace an aging Garmin, so after reading the reviews, I purchased the TomTom Go 2405TM. The spoken directions and lane assist are excellent. Brightness and volumn are much better than the Garmin.
Summary: The TomTom itself is great. I really like the way the unit directs you to your destination. I really liked my previous TomTom too, but to update the map and the battery would have been expensive, so I purchased this one. The thing that I hate about this is the website.
Summary: The 2405 is fairly over rated, the 330XL is comparable , if not better, not far far less money. The 2405 does not even have the basic functions of the lesser units, no ability to save/back-up, minimal voice selection....and the list continues.
Summary: I haven't had the best of luck with TomTom GPS units. Compared to the Garmins that I've played with in the past, they just seemed slow, awkward and quirky. I always have to ask the question: would I recommend or buy this GPS unit for a non-techy family member or friend?
Summary: This would be a rocking GPS device in 2005, but alas it's not. That's not to say that it isn't good, but it could be so much more. First off a 5" screen should be the bare minimum for GPS units designed to be used in cars, and this one just doesn't cut it.