By August 11, 2007

TomTom GO 720 unboxed

A while ago we reviewed the Acer P630 Sat Nav device and we were pretty impressed with it. However, since then TomTom have released a number of new standalone devices the latest of which is the TomTom G0 720.

The TomTom GO 720 is a widescreen form factor device designed for in-car navigation and includes a couple of neat features. First of all you can use it with your Bluetooth enabled mobile phone as a hands-free car kit. Secondly the unit has a built in FM transmitter allowing you to hear the navigation prompts while also giving you the ability to listen to MP3’s that you might have stored on the generous 2GB’s of internal storage.

The review is coming soon but here is the unbox for now:

TomTom GO 720

The TomTom GO 720 also sees the introduction of TomTom’s unique new map improvement technology, TomTom Map Share. This technology enables you to easily and instantly improve your own maps. It also lets users share improvements and benefit from all other users’ improvements, automatically and easily via TomTom HOME. You can ensure that you have the latest and most up to date maps, thanks to other TomTom Go users.

TomTom GO 720 Specification:

  • CPU – 400MHz
  • Memory – 64MB Ram, 2GB Internal Storage Memory
  • Screen Size – 4.3″ 480 x 272 pixels
  • Dimensions – 118 x 83 x 24mm
  • Bluetooth
  • FM Transmitter
  • Built-in speaker and mic
  • SD memory card slot
  • Weight – 220g
  • Battery Time – 5h
  • Pre-installed maps of Western Europe
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