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By GPS Nutter in GPS. November 3, 2008
The Tomtom GO 940 Live is the latest in TomTom's well established range of sat nav devices.
TomTom GO 940
The Tomtom comes with a new version of its IQ routing system which takes actual travel time data into consideration when plotting routes.
TomTom GO 940 LIVE will also connect to TomTom's Traffic service for live traffic data which means it will automatically calculate alternate routes if any congestion is detected. It will use Google's local search feature allowing it to access to millions of up to date locations- something that was only possible from clunky manually added POI files previously. Add to that; voice recognition, bluetooth and we're looking at a great top end TomTom.
- 4.3″ widescreen 16:9 format LCD (WQVGA: 480*272 pixels)
- CPU 400 MHz
- TomTom GO 940 LIVE: 4 GB internal flash memory, TomTom GO 540/740 LIVE: 1-2 GB
- SD card socket
- High sensitivity GPS receiver
- Battery lithium-polymer (up to 5 hours operation)
- Dimensions: 118 mm x 83 mm x 24 mm
- Weight: 220 grams