TomTom 4.3” Touchscreen Portable GPS w/ Text to Speech, IQ Routes & Lane Guidance

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TomTom 4.3” Touchscreen Portable GPS w/ Text to Speech, IQ Routes & Lane Guidance [Refurbished] - $109.99 + $5 shipping

1 * TomTom XL340-S 4.3” Touchscreen Portable GPS w/ Text to Speech, IQ Routes & Lane Guidance

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tomtom’s product website

Alatest experts give it 77/100, users give it 62/100 and somehow that averages out to a 94/100 score.
http://alatest.com/reviews/gps-reviews/tomtom-xl-340-s/po3-74455514,15/

But the 4.7 stars average from Buzzillions has me convinced.
http://www.buzzillions.com/reviews/tomtom-one-xl-gps-unit-reviews

and CNet’s review

Here is Cnets review:

i have a tomtom and i love it… just moved to SF and would not be able to navigate the city w/out it. only thing it’s missing is the bus routes, but then again, well, the bus driver doesn’t need a tomtom, so…

What exactly is “lane guidance”? Does this mean it will actually say “Get in the left lane” so that I will no longer have to look like a moron when my exit comes up and I have to cut across traffic?

son of a B$&*$ i just bought this somewhere else…

maybe if it came with all the maps.

Yes. You will be informed of what comes up next (exit on the left or right).

Is the color on this thing really that goofy? Looks like a lot of pink and blue. Kinda like those old CGA games of the past.

Who doesn’t already own a GPS?!

amazon.com review>>>>>>

froogled

the description says it does have the maps.

Gadget TV video review:

Is it worth paying over $100 for a “refurbished” GPS?!

We are currently using a Garmin and hate, hate, hate that everytime I enter an address have to enter, the city and state EACH TIME.

Does the Tom Tom Store your “base” address so that when looking up and address you can skip the city and state and skip right to the address portion?

Hope that made sense.

Does anyone know if this can be used for walking routes? I’ve read reviews/specs of some that allow you to use them in your car, or on your bike, or on foot. I wouldn’t mind being able to know my way around on foot when I’m visiting a new city. Bus routes would be nice for those of us riding buses. Maybe I should just get an iPhone - I’m sure they have apps for all of these things…