Summary: The TomTom GO 720 resides between the top-of-the-line and 920T, and the more basic . The ONE XLS is a fine choice, but if you want higher end features such as a customizable status bar (six variables, such as remaining time, remaining distance, etc.
Pros: Solid high-end feature set with some fun extras., TomTom MapShare and HOME software / online link help keep maps current., Options such as an iPod connect cable and a remote control.
Cons: Do you want or need a photo viewer in your GPS? Probably not.
Conclusion: The TomTom GO 720 boasts a host of premium GPS features at a pretty good price. It's especially nice if you've got a phone with a data plan on AT&T/Cingular or T-Mobile that supports the GO 720's extra abilities.
Pros: 4.3-inch widescreen. Text to speech. Multisegment routing. Map Share community-based map and POI updates. Nimble-feeling menu. Good MP3 player.
Cons: Limited cell-phone support. TomTom Plus services are not compatible with Sprint or Verizon.
Excerpt: The TomTom 720 GPS has features important to me. I shopped around and this GPS has features generally reserved for high-priced devices. It is Bluetooth enabled and has the ability to run Sirius Satellite Radio. The option for Sirius cost only $10 if purchased at the buy for the TomTom 720.
Excerpt: The TomTom GO 720 is a solid product introduction that offers not only some feature improvements, but some innovative steps that shows TomTom positioning itself as an innovator in the GPS marketplace.
Excerpt: TomTom have a new range of SatNav products that are set to be unleashed into the market place, namely the GO520 and the GO720. We take a look at the 720 model this month which contains maps of Western Europe + the Canary Islands and additionally new features that will set a higher benchmark for the...