Summary: Offering just the navigation essentials and accurate directions, the TomTom One is an affordable and easy-to-use in-car GPS device for first-time buyers or anyone who wants a no-frills nav system.
Pros: The TomTom One features a sleek design and is simple to use. It offers accurate text- and voice-guided directions and is affordably priced.
Cons: The TomTom One's points-of-interest database is a bit outdated and doesn't support text-to-speech functionality.
Conclusion: A real life test for TomTom's keenly priced Euro Satnav system as it guides our non techy friends across northern France and manages to stop marital discord. Now you won't find that on the feature list!
Excerpt: The TomTom ONE (original edition) is a small, pocket-sized device, similar in form to Garmin’s nuvi, and it is a more basic navigational device than some other TomTom units. Rather than try to cover the differences here, check out our TomTom GPS comparison chart.
Conclusion: TomTom have entered the fray for "value" SatNav systems with the brand new TomTom One. The only thing is they've packed it with all the top features and forgotten to drop the price (for now). Still it's a great bit of kit!
Summary: As a new version of the best-selling portable navigation device (or PND) in the UK, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the TomTom Go 930 would be an easy sell. Not necessarily. Most people who want sat-nav have it. A massive proportion of those people have one of TomTom’s previous models. So, in a way, the new TomTom Go 530 (with UK coverage), 730 (with European coverage) and our Euro and US mapping 930 test sample have to entice current TomTom users to upgrade.