Sharp screen. Accurate routing. 3D lane assistance looks great. No ads.
The editors didn't like
No Bluetooth hands-free support. No HD Traffic plug-in support
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Published: 2014-07-17, Author: Fred Zahradnik , review by: about.com
Abstract: With so many people using good smartphone GPS turn-by-turn navigation apps, there are still good reasons why dedicated car GPS devices can be the best choice for frequent business or leisure travelers. There's the large screen (in the case of this review,...
Published: 2012-11-07, Author: Cheryl S. Grant , review by: examiner.com
Abstract: Trying to find a GPS that helps you navigate effortlessly through your without spinning you in circles on your commute, can at times be difficult. TomTom, which has long been in the business of keeping us on course, has come out with a right pointing compass reasonably and competitively priced...
The TomTom 1605TM ranks high in any list of best GPS devices. It might not make it to the top of the said list, but it doesn't reach its bottom, either. Garmin still reigns supreme in that area. But the model we tested had its pros which should not go un...