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TomTom XL335T vs Past GPS Devices

We all know how fast technology changes, but things seem a bit more civilized when it comes to GPS systems. Yes they do come out with new models, but not at the rate that new smartphone models do. However, the likes of TomTom do offer constant updates to their software to make certain that you are always up-to-date. One such device is the TomTom XL 335T.

This GPS device has been with us for a few months now, but is still one of the better ones on the market. There are other options from other brands, but there are those of you who just want to stick with TomTom. The UK gets a bum deal though, as they have to pay for their map updates, whereas the U.S does not.

The TomTom XL 335T has a 4.3-Inch widescreen touchscreen display, so makes it much easier to use while driving. There are over 7 million pre-loaded points of interest, so there will never be any excuses of being bored while out for a Sunday morning drive.

For those of you looking for something a little cheaper or more expensive, then Reviewgist has a comparison of three other TomTom devices; the TomTom Go 740, TomTom Go 920 and the TomTom One 125. The first scored the same as the XL 335T, 83%, while the other two scored 75% and 66% respectively. For those of you on a lower budget, maybe you should consider the TomTom Ease.

Which of the four devices have you got, or do you have something different?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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