Conclusion: The TomTom ONE XL is essentially a widescreen version of the TomTom ONE. Though it has the largest screen in TomTom's lineup of products, it lacks the text-to-speech conversion found in competing GPS devices with 4.3-inch screens, such as the Mio CN520, the Magellan Maestro 4040, and the Garmin nüvi...
Pros: Has a big 4.3-inch screen. Excellent language support. Comes with multisegment routing and user-configurable screen.
Excerpt: is the follow-up widescreen version of the successful second generation TomTom ONE that was launched last year. Since the TomTom ONE was launched, the GPS world has gone widescreen, and , the widescreen version of the flat form factor TomTom ONE was a sure-fire sequel.
Excerpt: sporting a widescreen and the new TeleAtlas maps, I thought I had to give the unit a try, and try it right away. I liked the last year, and only had a few minor complaints besides the lack of accurate maps.
Excerpt: The TomTom ONE XL updates the popular TomTom ONE , adding a wider 4.3″ touch-screen. This GPS receiver comes with pre-loaded maps of the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico and is ready for real-time traffic services via a subscription to TomTom Traffic or the purchase of an RDS-TMC traffic receiver.
Conclusion: At £249, the TomTom One XL offers you just a little bit more screen size on top of what is a fantastic entry-level solution that works and works well. The main benefit and selling point, is that the software is easy to use and the build quality excellent, rather than the increased size and unless...
Pros: Software, that screen, easy to use, price
Cons: It's quiet big, no stylus included, no traffic support dongle included
Summary: The ONE XL adds a larger display and a new design to an already outstanding GPS unit. At this price, it's the best value for money on the market and combines excellent navigation and an outstanding user experience.
Pros: Design and aesthetics, large touch screen, user interface, mapping software, excellent navigation and searching
Cons: Battery life could be improved, AC charger not included, Bluetooth can't be used for hands-free
Conclusion: O TomTom One XL é um GPS fácil de instalar, configurar e usar. Apesar de básico e simples, o aparelho tem um desempenho bom e conta, ainda, com pontos de interesse variados e interessantes.
Pros: Tela de 4,3 polegadas., Bastante pontos de interesse., Bateria razoável., Fácil de operar.
Cons: Teclado ABC., Básico e sem conteúdos multimídia.
Excerpt: Na minha visão de mundo de pedestre-motorista ocasional, aparelhos de GPS para uso no carro passam por uma fase intermediária, onde não estão ainda totalmente conectados a serviços online, mas já começam a mostrar sinais de que vem uma nova geração por aí.