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  #272350 12-Nov-2009 11:55
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I have ordered one from a mate in the states and he is going to ship it straight to me. The site said he should have it in approx 2 weeks. I refuse to pay $300 plus I have seen them from here.
Plus the american exchange rate is good at the moment.


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  #273266 15-Nov-2009 16:51
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What is the advantage of the TomTom car kit over say a normal car cradle, like the basic one I got from hands-free.co.nz. (about $60 I think) Does it just offer integral charging. Or does it also offer audio eg wired audio to your stereo.

 
 
 
 




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  #273268 15-Nov-2009 17:04
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It has integrated charging (though the cigarette lighter, AFAIK), a built-in speaker and microphone, another GPS receiver to augment the iPhone's GPS radio, and an Aux Out to allow you to plug it into your car stereo.

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  #273276 15-Nov-2009 18:15
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so its pretty full featured. The easy charging, and built-in speaker and microphone (if it works well with background noise in a car) - I'd pay for ... maybe NZ$150 max.

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  #277449 29-Nov-2009 12:30
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As of Friday, Apple Stores in Australia have begun selling it. A friend of mine bought one at the Apple Store in Sydney for $159.95 AUD

Just why isn't it for sale here yet?





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  #277497 29-Nov-2009 15:57
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Finally got my carkit. I am very impressed with it. I love the fact that I can charge the iphone, Listen to music and have the gps going at the same time. If a call comes in I just hit answer and start talking. It cost me approx $180nz all up but I am very happy with it.

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  #277501 29-Nov-2009 16:04
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Tom Tom carkit will be available in NZ for $199 NZD. Go to the tom tom website and choose nz and you will see the price.
http://www.tomtom.com/products/product.php?ID=939&Category=2&Lid=29

 
 
 
 




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  #277505 29-Nov-2009 16:17
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Awesome! It doesn't list a date it will be available though, or have a way to add one to a shopping cart... but at least we know it's coming!

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  #277537 29-Nov-2009 18:07
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Harvey Normans have it listed on their systems, no availability date yet. I know because I asked on Friday at my local branch if they would be selling it. The sales person confirmed they would be when they looked it up on the stock management system for $199.00. 

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  #278977 3-Dec-2009 11:04
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TomTom car kit has now shown up on the DSE website with stock apparently available from today at some point. I've ordered mine anyway... $198 with free shipping

http://www.dse.co.nz/dse.shop/en/product/D4348


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  #278992 3-Dec-2009 11:51
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Just ordered mine as well.




 


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  #279120 3-Dec-2009 19:47
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Everyone else is doing it.. but yes I ordered one today as well :-) I feel sorry for the people who paid $400 odd for it on trademe last week

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  #279164 3-Dec-2009 21:35
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Neat! Just ordered as well. The wife was getting annoyed with having to hold her phone in the passenger seat :)

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  #279223 4-Dec-2009 09:31
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:-( mine has gone onto backorder...with no eta!!




 


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  #279231 4-Dec-2009 10:23
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we should be getting them at harvey normans this week for 199

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