TomTom Unveils GO 2405 and GO 2505 Navigation Devices in US; Series Offers Fast Routing, Pinch-to-Zoom

Written By Sam on 3 November 2010

TomTom, a provider of location and navigation solutions, has launched its next-generation navigation devices in the United States. Called TomTom GO 2405 and GO 2505, the devices leverage the company’s patented, high-speed algorithm, enabling drivers instant route planning by regularly monitoring traffic information, and recommending the best current route.

Among the most-touted features of these devices are:

Intuitive User Experience: The devices are the first TomTom products to include the company’s enhanced user interface. The UI is reportedly based on an intuitive software, effectively routing users to any destination in a few taps. Additionally, the devices also support routing with voice recognition navigation commands.

Display: The new devices feature capacitive touch screen technology and a bright display, enabling Drivers to navigate through menu screens with a swipe of the finger or using pinch-to-zoom for more convenient map viewing. The device can be secured with a new click-and-lock magnetic mount that can be docked and un-docked with a single hand.

Features Overview:

  • Instant and continuous routing
  • Improved graphics and intuitive user menus
  • Pinch-to-zoom and swipe from screen-to-screen using gestures
  • Bluetooth hands free calling
  • Voice recognition to operate the device with verbal commands
  • A click & lock mount to keep the device securely mounted while driving
  • Expanded driving view on 4.3-inch (GO 2405) or 5-inch (GO 2505) glass touch screens

In addition, drivers will have access to TomTom’s popular offerings that include:

  • Lifetime Traffic & Map Updates
  • Announces Street Name
  • Advanced Lane Guidance

The TomTom GO Series is initially available at, and in the United States. The devices will be available at retail stores in mid-2011 at prices starting at $299.

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