Summary: it's a good unit but something was wrong with the sim card, i bought it simply care it has canada map, i did not like it because it didn't come with anything, just with the tom tom, it was better then the one i had before though
Summary: I received my TOM TOM 340S GPS last night . Before I start listing out the pros and cons let me first tell you why i selected this particular model. I decided to purchase the standard rather then the lifetime updates and traffic updates for the following: 1) first off lifetime update, only applies to that particular device , it is NOT transferable ..
great product for the price and for my intended use
5 September 2011
Summary: i like most of the features of it is fairly easy to use but this unit does til you soon enough when to turn and if you go past sometimes it gets confused and mess's up.and on so long streets that run through more than one cities if you go by address it will not be able to find the correct address.it does plot a good accurate route if you do that ahead of time.what i really wanted it for was to be able to see were i was going like a handheld and to be able to use it like...
The product is good, just transportation rather long time, need to be very
4 August 2011
Summary: Signal search very fast, the brand is also good, A good GPS, well-known brand, search signal is very quick, simple operation, the price also is good, just don't know how after-sales service, will recommend to friends and family.
Summary: Very satisfied with the GPS, especially the lane guidance and the safety camera features. The only two minor issues: 1. The lack of voice choice, only one English to choose when saying street names. 2. Only 16M space left after map, hard to install extra add-ons. 3. Didn't specify which side of the road you target is.
Summary: The mapping that Tomtom and even Garmin use for that matter are only about 80% accurate. This can get you in to some trouble if you are not paying attention. Even on an updated map they are full of errors - sending you up one way streets the wrong way, missing streets, final destinations off by up to a half mile.. etc etc... If you throw in a factor like avoid toll roads you may find yourself being directed down alleys and driveways...
Summary: I would rate the TomTom "Excedllent" if it weren't for the fact it will not utilize freeways, bypasses, or interstate highways when planning a route. If there is a direct route via an interstate highway between two cities, the TomTom will avoid that interstate and route via secondary roads, regardless how convoluted that route may be. Support only suggests the "avoid interstates" feature is turned on (or whatever the correct name is for that), but that isn't the case.