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TomTom today launched two new versions of its TomTom GPS range. The new TomTom ONE 140 IQ Routes and TomTom XL 340 IQ Routes include technologies previously only available on their top-end TomTom GO series. The two new models also feature a black finish and refreshed user interface.

“The release of TomTom ONE 140 and TomTom XL 340 demonstrates TomTom’s commitment to improving the daily driving experience of Australians,” says Chris Kearney, Marketing Manager TomTom Australia and New Zealand. “Unique to TomTom, IQ Routes allows drivers to take routes that only well-informed locals know, while advanced lane guidance gives drivers more confidence when navigating complex roads.”

TomTom talks up their IQ Routes feature saying it ensures all users automatically obtain the most reliable travel and delay times on the screen of their device. Depending on the time of the week or hour of the day drivers set off, the most efficient route will be calculated for that moment. It takes into account factors that can delay drivers’ journeys based on facts derived from years of gathering historic speed measurements.

The advanced lane guidance makes navigating difficult junctions or crossing multiple lanes safer. It gives drivers timely vocal instructions and clearly indicates which lane or exit to take on the screen of the device, resulting in a much safer and relaxed driving experience.

In addition to the above mentioned features, the new TomTom ONE 140 and TomTom XL 340 devices include the following:

– 3.5″ touchscreen (TomTom ONE 140) or 4.3″ wide touchscreen (TomTom XL 340)
– TomTom’s newest user menu with high quality icons
– matching black EasyPort mount that easily folds to fit in any bag or shirt pocket
– the latest Whereis map of Australia (Winter 2009 edition)
– TomTom Map Share technology so users can instantly make map corrections on their device and share those with others
– TomTom HOME, the free desktop application to keep users’ devices up-to-date at all times. New maps, safety camera locations or software versions can be downloaded and users can personalise their device by installing and sharing new, fun content such as voices and car icons
– TomTom Help Me! menu and extensive safety features to help in case of a wide range of difficulties, including direct access to emergency and road-side assistance services.
– Safety cameras – the most up-to-date red light and speed camera locations available.

The new TomTom ONE 140 and TomTom XL 340 IQ Routes editions are expected to be available in stores across Australia from mid 2009.

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