Sunday, March 18, 2012

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TomTom GO 510 review

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UPDATE: This model has been discontinued. For current recommendations, please refer to our TomTom comparison chart.

The TomTom GO 510 is an older unit with a four-inch wide touch-screen, iPod compatibility, the SiRFstar III chipset, a 1 GB SD card, and hands free calling (with a compatible Bluetooth cellphone).

The North American version features pre-loaded maps of the US and Canada. The European version of the TomTom GO 510 features major roads throughout Europe and detailed maps of your region.

To see how the TomTom GO 510 compares to newer models, check out our TomTom comparison chart.

Compare prices on the TomTom GO 510

More TomTom GO 510 reviews

I’ll be posting more hands on reviews as they appear, but in the meantime, here are some…

Other TomTom GO 510 resources

 

 

The North American version features pre-loaded maps of the US and Canada. The European version of the TomTom GO 510 features major roads throughout Europe and detailed maps of your region.

To see how the TomTom GO 510 compares to newer models, check out our TomTom comparison chart.

Compare prices on the TomTom GO 510 at these merchants:

 

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Comments

  1. Thanks for the info and links – very helpful. I think the 510 and 910 are great additions to the TomTom line up, espeically with the SiRF III chipset.

  2. Thanks for commenting. Yes, these SiRF III units are going to be very popular. There are lots of people out there lusting over them and wanting to upgrade.

  3. TomTom has been a great innovating force in the GPS industry and the rollout of the 910 just goes to show all the great work they are doing. I’m glad to find out that they have begun selling the TT ONE in the US– I think the pricepoint on this device is going to hook a lot of people on to these great devices.

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  6. Peter Haig says:

    Love the reviews but no one has said if any TomTom units also give the altitude readout. Can you inform me these do and if not, what GPS unit does give a readout on altitude?
    Many thanks,
    Peter

  7. Mmm, wish I had a TomTom here to check it out on. It would likely be on the satellite screen. My Garmin nuvi 660 shows elevation on the satellite screen.

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