Sunday, March 18, 2012


TomTom ONE 3rd edition review


UPDATE: This model has been discontinued. For a list of current TomTom models and their features, please see our TomTom comparison chart.

The TomTom ONE 3rd edition adds several new features to the original TomTom ONE. Most notable is Map Share, which allows you to update certain map inaccuracies. The 3rd edition also adds TMC traffic as an option.



Like the original, the 3rd edition comes with pre-loaded maps of the U.S. and Canada, voice-prompted directions, a color touch-screen and a high sensitivity chipset.

To see how it stacks up against other TomTom receivers, check out our TomTom GPS comparison chart.

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  1. With prices dropping, I think GPS devices will be a huge hit this holiday season. I think the 3rd Edition will be very popular because of its affordable price. I’ve talked to a few friends with this device and they say it works great!

  2. this review states that the 3rd ed has sirfstarIII. i believe tomtom switched to hammerhead chips for their ONE’s in early 2007 to save $.

  3. Right you are Chad. I’ve changed it to simply read “high sensitivity chipset.” Thanks for catching that and taking the time to report it.

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