TomTom launches GO 930T with IQ Routes technology

Satellite Navigation systems

tomtom_930t.jpgThe latest GPS unit from TomTom is the GO 930T, featuring the company’s unique IQ Routes technology and Advanced Lane Guidance.

IQ Routes technology is based on real average speeds for the road type, which is said to offer better/faster routes – saving you time and petrol. Advanced Lane Guidance offers a more realistic view and enhanced visual instructions of drivers’ surroundings, giving you a better idea of what’s coming up.

Other features include a new ‘premium’ look, TomTom Map Share technology (map corrections by fellow users), RDS-TMC Traffic Receiver for the latest road news, Enhanced Positioning Technology (EPT) for uninterrupted navigation even in tunnels or highly built areas, a 4.3-inch touch screen, voice address, Bluetooth hands-free calling, built-in FM transmitter and a pre-installed safety camera database.

The TomTom GO 930T comes pre-installed with maps of 35 countries in Western & Eastern Europe, USA, Canada and Russia. You can get one from April 2008 for an as-yet unconfirmed price.


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