Summary: Pros:Product works exactly as expected.Good directions, IQRoutes works nicely after updating software.After updating all software, maps, etc it is identical to a 930.Cons:Bright sunlight glare is a bit of an issue.Battery Life is less than 1 hour on a full charge.
Summary: This is a great product for the price. On my out of town trips it has been very accurate. Locally, I have found a few directional errors. While using the bluetooth, I am told it is difficult to hear me when talking, although I can hear the persons on the receiving end with no problem.
TomTom 920 beats Garmin 750 - but map quality is poor
K. Nelson, Amazon
20 December 2008
Summary: I tried a Magellan early in the fall. Didn't like the routing or the "hangs" so returned it. (Amazon has great service). I ordered a Garmin Nuvi 750 but didn't even bother to try a road trip. Routing from Hollister to Carmel CA it chose a route through some back roads that I know is very slow.
Summary: I'got previously a Viamichelin (many mistakes and long time to acquire gps) and now Viamichelin has left the gps market (no more support, no new maps). I tried Mio (no comment, forget it, you will never be able to read the screen on sunny days).
Summary: Great GPS unit it has a long list of features and maps for more then just the USA. Everything is pretty easy to understand and use. Screen display is bright. Voice entry is hit or miss, short list of cell phones that will use all features (can not get it to read my text msgs) Does not include a...
Summary: Overall very satisfied with the GPS. Handsfree calling is good quality. Map has some minor issues but I'm hoping mapshare will fix those eventually. Similar issues were found in Garmin as well (don't know how I could have fixed in Garmin).
Summary: I recently purchased the TomTom 920 and thought was the 920T model and it wasn't. The difference is: The TomTom GO 920T includes a RDS-TMC Traffic Receiver in the box and a year subscription to TomTom's traffic service.