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May 9 2012, 8:38am CDT | by , in News | Portable Devices

New TomTom Start 60 GPS has 6-inch Touch Screen
 
 

The unique design of the TomTom Start 60 addresses that concern, with larger buttons and a sharp screen ensuring, that interaction is easy and instructions are in clear view.

TomTom released today the TomTom Start 60, which features the biggest screen of all TomTom’s portable navigation devices. The 6” sharp screen, big buttons and menus enhance the driving experience by making it easier and safer for users.

The TomTom Start 60 comes with TomTom’s new dual mounting system, which gives people the choice between mounting their device on the windscreen or dashboard.

“Safety on the road is an ever-present concern for today’s drivers,” says Corinne Vigreux, Corinne Vigreux Managing Director Consumer at TomTom. “The unique design of the TomTom Start 60 addresses that concern, with larger buttons and a sharp screen ensuring, that interaction is easy and instructions are in clear view.”

The TomTom Start 60 is one of the first devices to offer lifetime free daily map changes. Updates are based on reports from TomTom’s Map Share community of 21 million, and help drivers to deal with frequent road changes such as new speed limits and blocked roads.

The TomTom Start 60 is now available for purchase, at a price starting from EUR 199.95 or GBP 169.99. 

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