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Portable GPS Navigation System TomTom GO is the smart, easy-to-use, portable navigation solution. Switch it on and GO. The crystal-clear widescreen display, 3D graphics and innovative voice instruction help you find your way to any address in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Diagonal Screen Size: 4 in
Product Type: Automobile Portable GPS Navigator
General Features: Voice Prompt
Display Type: color
Product Title: Tomtom GO910 Portable GPS Navigation System
Power Score: 3.9 | 28 Reviews
Interface Connection: Infrared Port, USB
Navigation and Other Features
Battery Life: 4 Hour
Installed Memory: 20 GB
Height: 3.1 in
Weight: 12 oz
Width: 4.2 in
Depth: 2.5 in
Warranty Information: 2 Year Limited
URL: Manufacturer Link
Total Included Memory: 64 MB
Product Line: GO
Hard Drive Capacity: 20 GB
Software Included: TomTom PlusUS, Canada and Europe Maps
Brand Name: TomTom
Included Components: Automobile Power Adapter (DC), Carrying Case, Docking Cradle, Mounting Hardware, Remote Control, USB Cable
Description: GO 910 GPS Portable Car Navigator
Battery Type: Lithium Ion, Rechargeable
Processor Speed: 4000 GHz
Frequency Band: The built-in Bluetooth connection lets you easily make or receive calls hands-freeWith TomTom PLUS the GO can re-route you around traffic jams and alert you to bad weatherHands-free calling with most Bluetooth-enabled phones Millions of pre-loaded points of interest Built-in MP3 player iPod compatible see, select and play songs on the GOTomTom PLUS services including real-time traffic information, weather, and more Buddy Finder
Product Reviews (12)
Strengths: Overall usage is easy.
Weakness: You can not change the maps until you get to your destination in Europe.
I traveled throughout Italy with this unit. Eight days in Sicily, three days on the Amalfe Coast, three days in Sorento and the drive to Rome. Outstanding performance. All the maps were included in this unit. Easy re-charging with the cigarette lighter or on the computer with an USB cable.
By anonymous; - Apr 1, 2009
Strengths: EASY SET UP AND USE
Weakness: CELL PHONE Tethering ... Turn by Turn Lag
DO your research...Traffic Reports and Communication Features only work with cell phones listed on Tom Tom's Web Site.Turn by Turn takes some getting use to. There is a slight Lag on when to turn on when confusing road conditions exist. YOU STILL NEED TO PAY ATTENTION TO THE ROAD AND ROAD SIGNS. Do not think this TOM TOM is the WINDSHIELD or you may MISS your TURN...
By Philadelman76 - Nov 30, 2007
Love and hate
Strengths: Routings, visual and audio instructions are outstanding - ways better than Garmin.
Weakness: Bulky, the search systems are lousy if not useless.
I used it on my recent vacation trip in many citites in France, never lost once. Once the unit found the satellite signals, and accepted an address it would calculate the routes and ready to go in no time. All driving instructions on turns were extremely clear and in time. If a turn were missed, the unit almost instantly recalcutaled and adjusted the routes. While driving, it also displayed the...
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I used it on my recent vacation trip in many citites in France, never lost once. Once the unit found the satellite signals, and accepted an address it would calculate the routes and ready to go in no time. All driving instructions on turns were extremely clear and in time. If a turn were missed, the unit almost instantly recalcutaled and adjusted the routes. While driving, it also displayed the highway limits, and gave warning of radar speed detector if detected. The details of the visual map including the turns, the audio quality and the audio instructions are way better than Garmin Nuvi (which is my favorite because its portablity, its entry system, its search system and its good signal reception)
Besides the above, everything else is suck! The unit is bulky and heavy, ready to fall off from the mouting if not leaning on the dashboard surface. What I hate the most about the unit is its lousy menu - it is a joke compared with other GPS. Especially the search system is completely useless. There were times that I almost threw it away after unsuccessfully trying to find a point-of-interest!
In short, I love the visual and audio instructions of this unit, but hate using it to find a destination.
By anonymous; - Sep 4, 2007
Strengths: Locks onto satellites within minutes out of the box.Text to speech works very well.Customer support is terrific.No problems.Very user friendly and maps ourt routes very quickly.
Weakness: It sometimes frees up,but a soft reset solves the problem.The mount that came in the box was bad put I was sent a new one.On occasion it tell me to make a left insted of a right but it self corrects.
Worked great right out of the box although window mound was bad and the unit kept falling downward.I called customer support and they sent me a new mount solving the problem.The bluetooth works well although it is difficult to hear a call when placed thru 910 as the volume is very low and you cant make phone volume louder.Instructions are very vague but the people at customer support are terrific...
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Worked great right out of the box although window mound was bad and the unit kept falling downward.I called customer support and they sent me a new mount solving the problem.The bluetooth works well although it is difficult to hear a call when placed thru 910 as the volume is very low and you cant make phone volume louder.Instructions are very vague but the people at customer support are terrific and helped me quite a few times.Want a great Gps?By this one.
By ffighter14; - Aug 1, 2007
Strengths: Text-to-Speech, Accurate, User friendly interface
Weakness: little bigger than others
The 910 is ready to be used right out of the box. It is very accurate and comes with the latest maps. The device is very easy to use and has several great features. My favorite are the text-to-speech and bluetooth. The 910 is very easy to use and only takes a few minutes to become familiar with the interface. I would suggest this SatNav for someone looking for a higher end GPS.
By WranglerMan22 - Jul 3, 2007