TomTom has just announced two new flagship models in its GPS range, the GO 750 and GO 950. Both units come with a host of new features, as well as the added benefit of voice command and control technology.
“The new TomTom GO range demonstrates why TomTom is the leader in portable navigation,” said Chris Kearney, marketing manager TomTom Australia and New Zealand.
“The TomTom GO 750 and 950 build on the TomTom GO premium experience with voice command control and superb new design and interface. The new TomTom GO 750 and GO 950 will ensure TomTom GO remains the choice of advanced drivers who demand the best of their GPS.”
According to TomTom, consumers can perform over 100 tasks with just their voice, such as planning a route, changing preferences or making a call.
One of the main highlights of this is the fact that it makes operating a GPS very safe while driving, because drivers can keep their eyes focused on the road and their hands on the wheel.
In addition to the new voice control technology, the TomTom Go range also features a new docking solution in the Active Dock, which has been designed for a premium experience with a locking mechanism and integrated power connector.
Both models also have enhanced graphics and a redesigned menu to clearly show the benefits of using TomTom IQ Routes. A frequent destinations section has also been added to the menu, as well as an Eco Routes option.
TomTom have announced that the both the GO 750 and GO950 will be available in Q4 2009. Pricing is yet to be confirmed.