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TomTom ONE 140s
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TomTom ONE 140s

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TomTom One 140-S

PC Magazine
21 August 2009
  • Conclusion: TomTom's One 140-S has more features than you'd typically expect from a $200 GPS device from a top manufacturer.
  • Pros: Includes maps and seven million POIs for the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico, and Mexico. Text-to-speech conversion. Features advanced capabilities (IQ Routes, lane assist, multisegment routing) that are uncommon on entry-level devices.
  • Cons: Awkward mounting bracket. No SD card slot for map expansion. No Bluetooth phone interface. Live traffic updates aren't included.
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Overall 7
7.0

TomTom One 140 S Review

Digitaltrends
8 July 2009
  • Conclusion: A high-end budget unit may sound like an oxymoron, but the One 140 S pulls it off well, treading between the bare minimum for road tripping and the luxury of a pricier unit, with a mashup of features that many buyers will appreciate getting for the price tag. That said, the $50 price difference between the One 140 S and its much bigger 4.3-inch sibling, the XL 340 S, makes the upgrade a no brainer to us, unless you’re dealing with one of the tiniest glove boxes known to...
  • Pros: Flat-folding windshield mount; good build quality; advanced lane guidance; functional text-to-speech; quick operation
  • Cons: Software needs a facelift; accidental detachment from mount; rerouting can be too slow
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Overall 7
7.0

TomTom One 140 S Review

Digitaltrends
8 July 2009
  • Excerpt: The best-equipped unit in TomTom's budget line sports an array of premium frills from pricier navs. When it comes to budget GPS systems , TomTom has the formula nailed. The company’s One line of navigators have consistently earned high marks for value in years past, delivering navigation on par with the big guys, but without the extras that typically inflate price tags.
  • Pros: Flat-folding windshield mount; good build quality; advanced lane guidance; functional text-to-speech; quick operation
  • Cons: Software needs a facelift; accidental detachment from mount; rerouting can be too slow
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Overall 7
7.0

TomTom One 140 S

Digitaltrends
8 July 2009
  • Excerpt: The best-equipped unit in TomTom’s budget line sports an array of premium frills from pricier navs. When it comes to budget GPS systems , TomTom has the formula nailed. The company’s One line of navigators have consistently earned high marks for value in years past, delivering navigation on par with the big guys, but without the extras that typically inflate price tags.
  • Pros: Flat-folding windshield mount; good build quality; advanced lane guidance; functional text-to-speech; quick operation
  • Cons: Software needs a facelift; accidental detachment from mount; rerouting can be too slow
  • Read full review