TomTom XL 335S Portable Navigation Device

TomTom XL 335S Portable Navigation Device

Portable navigation devices are expensive, but if you want to get one without having to buy China clones or make a pact with the devil, TomTom may have the unit that you need. 

The TomTom XL 335S offers a 4.3-inch touchscreen and a bunch of other features that are characteristic of a TomTom nav device:  Text to speech instructions of locations including street names; TomTom’s exclusive technologies like Map Share that lets users instantly modify street names and other points of interest while checking out corrections made by others; the Help Me menu and extensive safety features; Optimal Routing that taps into billions of speed measurements to plan out the fastest route possible from one point to another; and Advance Lane Guidance that provides users with realistic representations of highways junctions in the United States.

Of course, being a cheap product at $239.95-for a portable navigation device, that is-you should expect that it skip out other features, like eliminating maps of Mexico.  Besides, how often would you drive to Mexico, anyway?

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