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TomTom Start

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TomTom Start 55TM review

GPS Tracklog
19 June 2012
  • Excerpt: The TomTom START 55TM is a new entry-level TomTom, albeit the top-of-the-line model in the Start series, thanks to its five-inch screen and lifetime traffic and map updates. Otherwise, this is just a basic and capable navigator.
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Overall 8
8.0

TomTom Start 50

Trusted Reviews
1 October 2014
  • Summary: The Start 50 brings TomTom's latest redesign to its budget range
  • Pros: Maps for 45 European countries, Lifetime maps, Streamlined new menu design
  • Cons: TomTom's GO 40 offers live traffic for the same price
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Overall 9
9.0

TomTom Start Sat-Nav

Trusted Reviews
26 May 2011
  • Summary: TomTom pares down the features to create the great value Start.
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Overall 8
8.0

TomTom's Start is the company's cheapest GPS unit to be released in Australia

Good Gear Guide.au
23 February 2011
  • Summary: TomTom's Start is the company's cheapest GPS ever, and the good news is that the overall navigation experience hasn't been sacrificed to achieve the low price. Though not perfect, the TomTom start combines a simple, easy-to-use interface and a compact design, making it ideal for first-time buyers.
  • Pros: Compact design, responsive touch screen, EasyPort mount, speed and red light camera alerts
  • Cons: IQ Routes still prefers main roads, route recalculation is a little sluggish, no Australian text-to-speech voice, no lane guidance, no included AC adapter
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Overall 8
8.0

TomTom Start 10 review: The Start 10 adds advanced lane guidance to TomTom's cheapest sat nav in Australia

Good Gear Guide.au
23 February 2011
  • Summary: The TomTom Start 10 has spoken street names, an EasyPort mount system, IQ Routes technology and now includes advanced lane guidance. Its screen is a little small and entering text requires a firm press, but this GPS is easy to use and functional.
  • Pros: Ease of use, EasyPort mount, speed and red light camera alerts, advanced lane guidance
  • Cons: IQ Routes still prefers main roads, route recalculation is a little sluggish, no Australian text-to-speech voice, no included AC adapter
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TomTom Start

TechRadar UK
18 January 2010
  • Excerpt: It's Saturday, the city is choked with traffic and you're in a hurry. There are juggernauts to the left of you. Cars full of shoppers to the right. You're queuing in the middle lane and there are four sets of traffic lights, two speed cameras and a coach full of gurning kids in front of you. Oh for the freedom of the open road.
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Overall 8
8.0

TomTom Start satnav review

Pocket Lint
15 December 2009
  • Conclusion: The TomTom Start is a convenient all-round package that should appeal to a great number of people, but we do feel it is a little too expensive given the proximity of the TomTom One, which offers a more complete feature set. If the TomTom Start was rolling out at around £80, we'd say that it offered excellent value for money considering the navigation it actually offers you.
  • Pros: Changeable covers will appeal to some, simple, easy to use, solid navigation
  • Cons: Not quite cheap enough compared with the TomTom One given the reduced feature set
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Overall 8
8.0

TomTom Start review

electricpig
10 November 2009
  • Summary: A good basic satnav, but the TomTom One is just a tenner more
  • Pros: Great build, easy to use
  • Cons: Additional cases are tacky and pointless
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TomTom Vergleichstest: Start – Via – Go Live

pocketnavigation.de
10 September 2012
  • Summary: TomTom ist seit Jahren erfolgreicher Anbieter von mobilen Navigationsgeräten. Dieser Bericht vergleicht die 3 aktuellen Modelle der Niederländer aus der Einstiegs-, Mittel- und Premiumklasse …
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TomTom Start

itespresso.es
10 September 2012
  • Excerpt: La llegada de smartphones con GPS incorporados está cambiando el mercado de navegadores. No parece que ahora el tamaño de la pantalla importe, sobre todo si tenemos en cuenta que el iPhone, uno de los smartphones más envidiados, tiene una pantalla de 3,5 pulgadas. No obstante, TomTom mantiene las opciones abiertas y ha optado por lanzar un navegador de entrada de gama, pensado para los que acceden por primera vez al mercado de navegadores, y que por lo tanto compite...
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