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Tom Tom GO 750
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The Good: Intuitive, user friendly interface

The Bad: Takes a little longer to recalculate routes while driving, slightly pricey, bulky design

The Bottom Line: Worthy road companion despite the price

Editor's Review
By Tatee Hassan, New Straits Times | 25-01-2011

I'M a proponent of the portable GPS car navigation system, having been saved by it on more than one occasion. The Tom Tom GO 750 feels solid and offers commendable performance.

Together with the Tom Tom GPS unit, you will get a sturdy yet short dock that is connected to the cigarette lighter adapter and a USB cable to connect to a PC, which also doubles up as a charger. The Tom Tom Go 750 needs up to two hours to be fully charged. The locking mechanism of the mount is strong and you can easily clip off the unit using one hand. The GPS unit is curvy and a little bulky in width. Unfortunately, there is no free pouch to keep this gadget safe from scratches.

The display is bright and clear. You have maps for Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei and Thailand on your device. The power button is on top and interface is mainly via the resistive touch screen, which most often than not means using your fingernails. It took around two to three minutes to lock onto a GPS signal.

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