poor software nice clear display trip timers work good
13 July 2011
Summary: unit is easy to use the problem is auto planning at times the routs dont make sense for instance it will tell you to zig zag around a residential street to avoid a few stop lights, or rather than saying to make a u turn it will have you go around the block it does not say what side of the street the...
Summary: I was pretty disappointed in this device. There is no slot for an SD card, no MP3 Player, the "Lifetime Traffic" requires an additional purchase of hardware to attach to the device. Very misleading marketing.
Summary: This GPS has limited POIs. Does not even show Walmart that is in the area I live that has been here for more than 15 years! Tried many other POIs, but generally disappointed by its performance. Routing is ok. But, sometimes, it tells you to turn where there is no turn.
Summary: I have had 3 previous Tom Tom GPS units with no problems before I was excited to get the larger 5" screen and traffic, but ran into a lot of problems and am returning the unit Problems 1) The unit kept falling off the window attachment 2) After 2 weeks, the traffic reciever doesn't work 3) After...
Summary: Before I start my TomTom bashing just let me say upfront that I have one of the original style TomToms from a few years ago (I think they refer to it as the 130) and like it. Purchased the 540T XXL for myself for the traffic. The unit itself is fine.
Summary: Highly customizable, everything can be changed - map colors, voices, vehicles, load screen, exit screen and information bar position can all be changed. The 5" screen is easy to see and has a great deal of information displayed including - your current speed, distance to the next turn, direction of...
Summary: Took the GPS out of the box, connected it to a computer with TomTom Home software installed. It immediately prompted me to create an account and when I did to update my maps because the shipping maps were out of date. Ok, sounds good.