|TomTom XL 335SE TM 4.3" GPS|
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College Park, MD, USA
|TomTom XL 335T Car GPS Set 2013 USA/Canada/EUROPE-West Maps 335-T 4.3" LCD tom|
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Burnsville, MN, USA
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|Find your way through unknown routes and save your time with the TomTom XL 335T touchscreen GPS receiver. Featuring lifetime traffic updates and an FM traffic receiver, this TomTom GPS receiver helps you avoid crowded areas so that you reach your destination on time. Furthermore, this touchscreen GPS receiver automatically reroutes your path in the event of a road block ahead. The 4.3-inch TFT LCD touchscreen of this TomTom GPS receiver allows for easy navigation through maps and menus. The TomTom XL 335T has 4 GB of internal memory that allows you to store additional maps and points of interest that help you locate gas stations, hotels, ATMs, restaurants, and other destinations easily. What’s more, the built-in USB port allows you to easily connect this TomTom GPS receiver to your laptop or computer.|
|Model||XL 335T - US & Canada|
|User Interface||Touch Screen|
|Features||Lifetime Traffic Updates|
|Included Maps||Canada, USA (incl. Hawaii & Alaska)|
|Battery Life||3 Hours|
Average review score based on 16 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I wanted a GPS with the following components: 1.) brand name; 2.) lifetime traffic updates 3.) 4.3" screen 4.) lane guidance. The TomTom XL 335T has all that and some. It has spoken street names when using the standard computer voice (you cannot use celebrity voices to speak street names like if you were to use Ozzie or Darth Vader). This GPS does not have bluetooth capabilities, but who needs the feature if you have one already. Besides, you can get a decent one for $20 - $50 and I don't think the clarity on the GPS would be as crisp as a bluetooth headset. I found that the XL 335T transmits and re-routes rather quickly. When calculating a route, it prompts you to include or avoid carpool lane and bridge tolls (very handy). I also like how in the event the GPS picks up a traffic signal, you have the option to take an alternate route to avoid a delay (I've used this in the greater Los Angeles area and saved me 20 mins to get home during rush hour mind you). The GPS has a whole myriad of features such as day and night screen, which allows for less harm on your eyes, change your vehicle icon to sports car, SUV, etc. All in all, it's easy to use.....I love it! I don't understand why people would spend hundreds more on a Garmin or Magellan. My mother-in-law has a TomTom Go 740 I believe and don't get me wrong, it's a much sophisticated appearing and noticeably heavier GPS, but it comes with a price. Her GPS has a bluetooth feature and more options on features than my XL 335T has, but I don't need to spend an extra $140 on a GPS that should serve the same purpose of allowing me to lessen my commute times and get me to my destinations. Heck, if were given a TomTom GO 740 for free, I'd sell my XL 335T. Try it for yourself!
I bought the Portable GPS TOMTOM XL 335T Four weeks ago and was immediately impressed with the number of features available on this inexpensive GPS. It has a 1 GB of internal Memory, Touch Screen and speakerphone. The New GPS's size is perfect for carrying and the battery has long duraation.
We have had a Garmin for over a year and half and have, for the most part, been satisfied. Bought this TomTom based on reputation and price because we needed a second GPS. By comparison, the Garmin wins out, hands down. More accurate directions and maps and unlike this version of TomTom, provides street names as you go. Paid about the same price for both, but would highly recommend the Garmin over the TomTom for the money.
love the big screen amd easy touch buttons. but tomtoms are not designed to be able to input letters into house address. where i live are address starts with a letter. (example... w364 s5634 main st) without the letter input this device is useless to me. even the next upgraded version has same issue. i called tomtom and they told me they are working on problem but had no time frame in mind.
This is my first car GPS, my phone has a GPS. It was easy to use and set up and I got the free 30 day guaranteed map update which did not take as long as some reviews claimed to download. Also I got an error halfway through the download and the download stopped, but when I started the download again it took up where it left off, where the error occurred and I did not have to re-download the first part. Overall I am pleased with this unit except for the fact that when you get about 250 feet from you destination the built in voice announces "You have arrived at your destination." I also like the fact that the unit shows you your speed and the speed limit where you are driving side by side this will help avoid speeding tickets. A great unit for the price I paid.