The burgeoning GPS market in the country gets a new face, and it’s called TomTom. The company’s foray in to the market here begins with the arrival of three of its portable navigation devices, the TomTom GO 750, TomTom XXL 550 and TomTom XL 250.
The units, which promise ease of use, feature award-winning navigation software and many key driver-aid functions such as Advanced Lane Guidance and text to speech.
All three models come with maps of Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Brunei pre-installed, and you can get the latest map update available via the free TomTom Home software program within the first month of use.
As a bonus, you get an additional year of free map updates. TomTom Home will also allow you access to items such as Map Share changes as well as customisation options for voices, car icons and splash screens.
Available at major consumer electronics retailers across the country, the TomTom XL 250 is priced at RM649, while the XXL 550 goes for RM799 and the GO 750 retails for RM949.