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TomTom discounts two budget GPS units for Black Friday

updated 11:15 am EST, Mon November 23, 2009

TomTom announces Walmart Black Friday deals

TomTom on Monday said two of its navigation devices will be offered at deep discounts at Walmart as part of Black Friday sales. This includes the ONE 125 SE and XL 325 SE. The former has a 3.5-inch touchscreen while the latter uses a wider 4.3-inch touchscreen. Otherwise, many share the same features, including preloaded US maps, the ability to speak out street names and a folding Go EasyPort mount.

Other common functions include the Map Share feature that allows users to modify street names, points of interest and corrections made by other TomTom users. There is also a Help Me! menu that gives users quick access to safety and emergency service information. Thanks to an optional RDS-TMC traffic receiver, users can also get up to date traffic information and fuel prices.

Either new navigation device will go on sale at Walmart at 5AM on Friday, with the TomTom ONE 125 SE priced at $59 while the XL 325 SE will cost $89.

ONE 125 SE





XL 325 SE






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  1. valriedeleon

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    TomTom discounts two budget GPS

    Clearly the crazy TomTom iPhone pricing has been taken to heart because this week sees the Dutch GPS maestro come up with a new simple, highly affordable and rather cute new entry level sat nav.
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