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New GPS devices Go 300 and 700 from TomTom with Bluetooth handsfree
Posted on 15-Mar-2005 08:07 | Tags Filed under: News


New GPS devices Go 300 and 700 from TomTom with Bluetooth handsfree
TomTom is announcing two new models to their series of TomTom GO all-in-one navigation devices. The TomTom GO 700 is currently TomTom's top of the line all-in-one navigation device.

The TomTom GO 700 is equipped with voice communication capabilities that enable it to be used as a hands-free kit for Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones. By connecting to the driver's phone via Bluetooth wireless technology, the driver can take and make calls while navigating from A to B.

Simply tap the GO screen to accept or make a call and talk through the GO while you drive. The TomTom GO 700 routes calls automatically from your mobile phone through the integrated speaker and microphone with professional sound quality, while the screen continues to show you where to go. You can even access your mobile phone's contact list through the GO.

The unique integration of the GO and a Bluetooth equipped mobile phone is seamless and users will benefit from the bigger screen and clearer UI (User Interface) than is found on mobile phones and other hands-free kits. With this feature, there is no need to fit costly phone specific hands-free kits that are time consuming and expensive to install and that need to be re-installed when either the car or the phone is exchanged.

The TomTom GO 700 has a high capacity internal hard disk that comes pre-installed with detailed street level maps for the United States and Canada. The TomTom GO 700 will guide drivers with turn-by-turn spoken and on screen instructions in multiple voices and over 30 languages.

The GO 300 comes with a 1 GB removable SD card with a map of the entire continental U.S. preloaded. Maps of Canada, Hawaii, Alaska and U.S. territories are included on CD. The GO 300 is also also ready for TomTom PLUS services with its built-in Bluetooth receiver.

The built-in Bluetooth receiver in these models enables allows users the opportunity to access TomTom PLUS services. TomTom PLUS offers customers additional services that provide real-time information on traffic congestion, weather conditions and extra downloads, such as detailed city maps, additional voices, points of interest and much more.







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