Tom Tom introduced three upcoming members of its Go line of GPS navigation products, the Go 910, Go 710 and Go 510. The company said it has improved the accuracy of its navigation units, and added new features such as the ability to connect to a PC and the TomTom Home application via its Home Dock technology. The TomTom Go 910 heads the list, adding complete map coverage of Europe and North America, along with an integrated MP3 player and text-to-speech capability.
In addition to the announcement of the three navigation devices, TomTom also touted its TomTom Plus content and services, where the company has expanded its traffic service to include road conditions, weather, and TomTom cameras. Also available is a radio receiver that keeps users updated with the latest traffic information. All will be available April 1, with pricing still not announced.
TomTom Unveils Next Generation in Car Navigation [MobileWhack]