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.
Conclusion: At £199, the TomTom One offers a fantastic entry-level solution that works and works well and the Europe version offers complete maps to Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, San Marino, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Vatican City making this perfect for anyone wanting to go pretty much anywhere within the EU.
Pros: Easy to use, screen, pocketable
Cons: With no buttons you've got to rely on that screen
Summary: TomTom’s One is autobahn fast: just 20 seconds after switch-on, a signal is located, and it asks where you fancy going. It has a fantastic touchscreen display and great interface, which quickly narrows down your desired destination. The One’s also quick at route calculation, including re-routing due to a missed turn. Nice voice, shame about the features The real clincher is the delivery of voice directions.
Conclusion: Laite ei varsinaisesti loista millään yksittäisellä osa-alueella, mutta sen käyttö on helppoa, näyttöopastukset erittäin selkeitä ja puheäänen laatu sekä tarvittaessa myös voimakkuus mainiot. Laite mukautuu omiin tarpeisiin monipuolisesti, etenk ...