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TomTom’s new products and local support

Remember how we mentioned that TomTom want bikers to find their way home? The GPS maker announced plans for two new sporty additions to its line earlier this year, and are the Runner and Multi-sport have found their way to the market.

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TomTom earlier this week announced a new range of GPS watches which it said would be on sale in time for Christmas 2013 in South Africa. The watches, aimed at runners, swimmers and cyclists feature an extra-large, high-resolution and high-contrast display that makes it easy for runners and multi-sport enthusiasts to quickly see their distance, time and pace while they workout even in bright sunshine. Training modes on the GPS watches include; Race, Goal and Zone.

TomTom Go… No really, Go!

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In addition to some redesigned sports watches, TomTom has just launched a refreshed version of its GO GPS unit for drivers who still prefer a dedicated sat nav, especially for Africa. The hardware comes with interactive 3D maps, a lifetime’s supply of real-time traffic information and up to four free map downloads a year. It’ll be available in 4.3-, 5- or 6-inch models, and purchasers will also get a free three-month trial of the Dutch firm’s speed camera warning system.

The TomTom GO series is available at retailers including Cape Union Mart, Dion Wired, Due South, Game, HiFi Corporation, Incredible Connection, Makro and Edcon. It is also available online via Kalahari and Take a Lot. The RRP’s start from R 2 599 to R3 999. All devices are sold with lifetime map updates for the African market.

Papi Mabele
Tech enthusiast at heart. Lover of all things digital. Papi is the founder of SA Vibe and has been sharing his love for gadgetry since 2010. Papi sees no need for wearable tech in his busy schedule and considers the Xbox One as non existant. He may come across as bias at times, and still holds a grudge at BlackBerry for creating the 8520.
http://www.savibeza.co.za

TomTom’s new products and local support

Remember how we mentioned that TomTom want bikers to find their way home? The GPS maker announced plans for two new sporty additions to its line earlier this year, and are the Runner and Multi-sport have found their way to the market.

20130914-194628.jpg

TomTom earlier this week announced a new range of GPS watches which it said would be on sale in time for Christmas 2013 in South Africa. The watches, aimed at runners, swimmers and cyclists feature an extra-large, high-resolution and high-contrast display that makes it easy for runners and multi-sport enthusiasts to quickly see their distance, time and pace while they workout even in bright sunshine. Training modes on the GPS watches include; Race, Goal and Zone.

TomTom Go… No really, Go!

20130914-194801.jpg

In addition to some redesigned sports watches, TomTom has just launched a refreshed version of its GO GPS unit for drivers who still prefer a dedicated sat nav, especially for Africa. The hardware comes with interactive 3D maps, a lifetime’s supply of real-time traffic information and up to four free map downloads a year. It’ll be available in 4.3-, 5- or 6-inch models, and purchasers will also get a free three-month trial of the Dutch firm’s speed camera warning system.

The TomTom GO series is available at retailers including Cape Union Mart, Dion Wired, Due South, Game, HiFi Corporation, Incredible Connection, Makro and Edcon. It is also available online via Kalahari and Take a Lot. The RRP’s start from R 2 599 to R3 999. All devices are sold with lifetime map updates for the African market.

Papi Mabele
Tech enthusiast at heart. Lover of all things digital. Papi is the founder of SA Vibe and has been sharing his love for gadgetry since 2010. Papi sees no need for wearable tech in his busy schedule and considers the Xbox One as non existant. He may come across as bias at times, and still holds a grudge at BlackBerry for creating the 8520.
http://www.savibeza.co.za
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