TomTom Start2 Sat-Nav video review



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The TomTom Start2 is a capable sat-nav for a reasonable price. However, the new features, whilst welcome, are not that extensive, and the current street price is not much less than the recommended one, making this still not quite the budget bargain intended. It's good value, but if you're after something really cheap there are less costly alternatives.

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Daniel Gerson

May 10, 2010, 4:28 pm

Can you guys do a review of the Android turn-by-turn navigation? It affects whether I should just go the latest android for my next GPS or buy a dedicated device.



May 10, 2010, 5:08 pm

Can you choose between Yards and meters for junction distance yet? I can choose between miles and km with my One V2 but I can't choose meters for shorter distances. Yards mean nothing to me!

Mark 20

June 14, 2010, 1:18 am

I have just bought this satnav from Halfords, no case for it though. Initial impressions are quite good. Small and compact, it took me some routes that differed from my old garmin. I quite like the window fixing that was stiff enough to make me reach for the instructions, to make sure I was not forcing it wrong. The interface is different from my old garmin which will make it odd for a while, but more intuitive. The screen Updates quite quickly when scrolling around the map, though this is a relative statement and my only frame of reference is a garmin 300T. The other thing I like over my previous is that input is with a qwerty layout, as opposed to an ABCD etc layout.

Initially, I am very happy with my purchase.

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