Excerpt: TomTom needs no introduction really as I am sure most of you will know their name. The TomTom Go 920T was their flagship unit at the time that I had it, and indeed was the highest specification Satellite navigation system available at that time in normal high street retail. It has since been superseded by the 930T, but the majority of the specifications are much the same.
Summary: TomTom makes great looking GPS devices, and the GO 920T is no exception. The elegant device is constructed of high quality matt plastic and brushed metal. The case doesn't pickup fingerprints easily, and everything about the GO 920's physical appearance oozes refined elegant styling.
Pros: Gorgeous looking hardware design, Good documentation, Strong FM transmitter, Ships pre-loaded with both North American and European maps, Includes RDS-TMC traffic receiver. Able to receive traffic information in Europe and North America right out of the box. Includes 1 year of service, Map screen is highly customizable, and can be configured to suit your own preferences (including color scheme, vehicle icon, and how much/little information is displayed on the map scre...
Cons: Voice recognition didn't work reliably, and only supported a limited number of functions. It's not possible to fully enter a destination without using the on-screen controls. Numbers need to be spoken one at a time (i.e. "three", "five" instead of "thirty five"). Can't use voice to dial a phone number, send an SMS, or route to a saved address from the address book, Screen not as bright as other GPS units, Buggy TomTom HOME desktop software, No redundant city labeling,...
Conclusion: It’s safe to say the GO 920 T is easily the most full-featured GPS unit we’ve ever tested, which is good considering it’s quite pricey at $500. But if you consider the device an investment, not simple conversation piece, and something you’ll be using for many years to come, the SRP doesn’t seem too outrageous given all the unit’s features and the fact that you could constantly update and enhance it with new add-ons.
Pros: Display is easy to read; lots of features; remote control
Cons: Spoken address feature is buggy; lacks iPhone support; expensive; lots of issues
Excerpt: The latest TomTom Go920T has arrived, which essentially replaces the previous 910 as the flag ship device. Gone is the internal hard drive which has been exchanged for 4GB of internal memory and an SD card for adding additional storage.
Excerpt: It’s hard to get away from the TomTom Go. It’s by far the most popular satnav device in the UK and is in hi-tech shouting distance of Apple’s ubiquitous iPod. Everyone seems to have one. But therein lies the rub.
Summary: Det er TomTom som går av med seieren. Her får du det meste og alt fungerer slik du vil at det skal. I tillegg har TomTom en del unike funksjoner. Blant annet kan du selv legge inn kartendringer og dele disse andre, og den kan gi deg førstehjelpsinstruksjoner, eller ta deg til nærmeste sykehus. Best i test.
Summary: Dette er etter vår oppfatning den mest komplette GPSen på markedet idag. Den er like brukervennlig som Garmins modell, og leveres i tillegg med fjernkontroll og en praktisk dockingstasjon for tilkobling til PCen. Rosinen i pølsa er den svært stabile og gode softwaren til TomTom, som gjør oppdatering av selve enheten, og ikke minst overføring av innhold til og fra, svært enkel.
Pros: Svært enkel i bruk, kjapp og med finesser som også virker. Testens enkleste programvare
Cons: Mangler video-løsning og kresen på MP3-formater