Summary: This is my third TomTom GO, and my last one. Cons: - Maximum display brightness is much darker than on my GO 920 - Bluetooth remote takes 10 sec to connect - Bluetooth remote works for the first three times after turning the device on, then no longer. You have to reset the unit (!
Summary: Here are the weakest parts of the product : - Almost can't see the screen in bright light (at least in summer) - Menus / interface not so intuitive - Lost satellite position while booting (had to resynchronize with the application (QuickGPSFix) on the PC) - Screen can be easily scratched - Street...
Summary: My 930t came with the wrong traffic antenna - the one I got was designed to work in Europe but not the US (and I live in the US). 3 calls to tech support, then I must pay to send the bad antenna and they will send me the correct one.
Defective out of the box - they make you pay shipping
M. Carlston, Amazon
15 January 2009
Summary: After owning and using various GPS devices for many years, this seemed like a nice step forward. I will never know as the device never worked. It crashed again and again as I attempted to start it for the first time.
Summary: Directions lead me wrong many times! Sometimes many blocks off. Once it even had me go in circles almost like the thing was playing a joke on me. The other day it even said, "you have arrived at your destination" while I was on a 4 lane road and the place was still a turn away further down.
Pretty good, not disappointed, but still room for some improvement.
M. Brennan, Amazon
15 January 2009
Summary: Like it overall, but it takes some getting used to to really understand it and a few features aren't as good as one hopes. It's a decent value for the money; I thought comparable units from Garmin were far pricier. It dost most things well, but has a few oddities and things to be aware of.
Summary: I have used the garmin880(taken form car) and the new 1370(daughters). The both have faults however I like them both over my new TOMTOM 930. First the good: Fast calculations, fast sat aquisition(faster than 880 slower than 1370)The lane assist works well. The POI search is much better than Garmin.
Summary: I haven't had a GPS before and I'm the kind of person that does a LOT of research before making a big purchase. I settled on this brand after reading a lot of good reviews, and I chose this model for the extra features it has as well as the European map coverage since I do some travelling there.
Summary: This is an update to the review below - the display died in less than 6 months. I was thrilled, but now I'm flat pissed with a $300+ GPS that is worthless. Flat dead. It renders the unit unusable, and I am so highly disappointed - the only worse part is where do I go for warranty info?