TomTom Via 620

We love the Via 620's high-resolution display, but we'd argue that the 6-inch display is simply too large and a potential safety hazard.


Audio

Built-in speakers
Yes
MP3 playback
No
Bluetooth hands-free
No
Text-to-speech spoken street names
Yes

Battery

Charging method
AC adaptor, Car charger

Connectivity

FM transmitter
No
FM radio
No
Traffic messaging receiver
Optional
Traffic messaging subscription
Yes

General

Dimensions (W x D x H)
165 x 24 x 105 mm
Weight
236 g

Memory

Expansion slot
microSD

Software

GPS software
WhereIs
Map provider
Whereis
Lane guidance information
Yes

Synchronisation

Cradle
Yes
Synchronisation method(s)
USB2.0

Screen

Max screen resolution
480 x 800 pixels
Screen size
6 inch

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User Reviews / Comments  TomTom Via 620

  • Robl36

    Robl36

    "Large size is great, I have mine mounted on disc in small compartment just below the dash, fold it down out of line of sight. I would like to see phone numbers displayed on screen. Some destination..."

  • asco2

    asco2

    Rating8

    "My previous review is now qualified by this later one.
    The unit is excellent except for the voice guidance volume which is completely inadequate. I've found I simply can't increase the volume..."

  • Katie1

    Katie1

    Rating1

    "Hello, I bought the via 620 after a brief on the NZ breakfast show. It has been nothing but trouble. I had had passengers say how useless it is, and always defended my purchase of over $300. I s..."

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