TomTom One: Giz's First Grope, With PicturesI'm really good at getting lost, and I'm always broke. Which is why I really appreciate budget-y GPS systems like the TomTom ONE (their caps, not my Tourettes). For the 30 minutes I had to play with it, I thought it was a pretty decent set. Some details, and every picture we could find, after the jump.

Basically, it uses the same software as the TomTom 910. That means it's one of the most flexible GPS interfaces out there, and one of the only ones easy enough to use while you're weaving through rushhour (Which puts it on par with Garmin). One thing I missed was text to speech, for reading off street names right before you have to turn. And for units of this size, only the twice-as-pricey Garmin Nuvi series has that feature. The TomTom ONE does have a great accessory for the car, though, that Garmin can't match. The suction mount—no joke— is awesome. While most are really bulky, almost bigger than the Units themselves, this one is both tiny, really strong, but at the same time, easy to take off the windshield.

(Yes, suction mount. Get over it.)

TomTom One: Giz's First Grope, With Pictures

TomTom One: Giz's First Grope, With Pictures

TomTom One: Giz's First Grope, With Pictures
TomTom ONE [TomTom]