The word ‘infotainment’ makes me think of the dreary educational computer games my parents used to foist upon me, but, TomTom’s infotainment features are altogether more useful. Including a voice-activated radio, it also links up to your mobile to allow you to use your phone hands-free.
These features are combined with the classic TomTom features: a pre-installed map of Western Europe; TomTom Map Share technology – so drivers get daily map changes from the TomTom community; TomTom Safety Alerts, including safety cameras; and an Help-Me! emergency menu – local information to get help quickly.
It is compatible with most phones and also has a USB connection for MP3-players and iPods.
TomTom GO I-90 costs Є599 (excluding installation cost) from www.tomtom.com
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