TomTom Go Gives Control Back To Drivers With New UI

  • Capacitive touchscreen
  • Lifetime TomTom Traffic
  • 3D Maps

TomTom just launched today its new Portable Navigation Device (PND). The company has completely redesigned the PND to put drivers back in control of their drive.

  • Capacitive touchscreen
  • Lifetime TomTom Traffic
  • 3D Maps

TomTom just launched today its new Portable Navigation Device (PND). The company has completely redesigned the PND to put drivers back in control of their drive. The new TomTom Go features a new interactive map, Lifetime TomTom Traffic and 3D maps that give drivers the ability to know precisely what is going on around them, as well as what lies up ahead.

The interactive map on the TomTom Go can be easily accessed by drivers via a high-resolution, capacitive touchscreen. The new map responds and scales to touch and drivers can easily zoom in and out to find and explore places on the map with their fingertips.

The TomTom Go also comes with Lifetime TomTom Traffic, a service provided by the company that offers traffic information that pinpoints exactly where delays start and end which helps drivers to get to their destinations faster. Drivers can connect to TomTom Traffic using a connected smartphone which receives traffic information using the phones data plan.

The new PND also sports 3D maps that improves representation of buildings and landmarks. Additional features of the TomTom Go include a route bar which provides essential traffic and travel information at a glance, a quick search function that provides intuitive search results on destinations and other information once the driver starts typing, a My Places function that bookmarks a driver’s favourite locations, and lifetime maps which lets users download four or more full updates of the map into the device every year.

And for a three-month trial period, users can opt to have speed camera alerts from the device. These timely warnings increase drivers’ awareness of local speed limits nd help to save money on speeding fines.

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