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TomTom ONE XL at the FCC

updated 02:10 pm EST, Fri March 2, 2007

TomTom ONE XL at FCC

While the current focus of attention may be the DUO and its iPod integration, another TomTom GPS receiver at the FCC is the ONE XL. Based on the current ONE, it should have fairly conventional features such as Bluetooth, and SD slot and 32MB of RAM, but will also have a much larger screen, possibly as big as five to seven inches versus the basic ONE's 3.5 inches. The screen ratio has also shifted to widescreen from a standard 4:3. Since the device is still waiting for approval from the FCC, no costs or timeframes have been published.



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