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TomTom Go 750
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The Good: Easy to use; pairs with phone via Bluetooth; nice screen; can download amusing turn-by-turn voice guidance.

The Bad: Only four free updates from TomTom; searching by postcode doesn't work; UI can be better.

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By Subashini Selvaratnam, The Star/Asia News Network | 17-02-2011

THE TomTom Go 750 is not your typical GPS car navigation unit. It has a couple of interesting and fun features that you will not find in other models.

For a start, you can have your turn-by-turn voice guidance read by Darth Vader, Yoda and even Homer Simpson.

Unfortunately, the voice guidance is not free and each one will set you back $9.95 euro (S$17.25) per download.

However voice guidance in different languages such as French, Dutch, German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese and Malayalam are free.

To download the voice guidance into the GPS, you will first have to install the TomTom Home software from the company's website.

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