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TomTom's high-end Go GPS range has been slimmed down and sexed up just in time for Christmas. The new three-tier Go range features a capacitive touchscreen that supports pinch scrolling and swipe to scroll. Two screen sizes are offered: 4.3 (Go 1000) and 5 inches (Go 1050 and Go 1050 World).
Displayed on screen is a more modern-looking version of TomTom's easy-to-use interface. According to TomTom's representatives, while the revised interface shares most of its layout with previous iterations, it runs on top of an all-new code base that will, from 2011, support widgets.
Click through for a look at the TomTom Go 1050.
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All models feature a magnetic windscreen mount that, in our brief hands-on period, firmly held the GPS in position even on Sydney's worst roads. Other standard features across the range include lane guidance, junction view, map correction, Bluetooth hands-free, red light and speed camera warnings, and voice commands.
The 2010 Go range will start hitting shelves in mid to late October. The Go 1000 kicks off the party at AU$379. The 5-inch Go 1050 carries an RRP of AU$449, while the Go 1050 World that includes maps of Australia, New Zealand, North America and most of Europe is priced at AU$599.