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Sensible routes from TomTom's IQRoutes, Simplified user interface.
Low price for a text-to-speech device, Streamlined UI, Simple, yet flexible mount.
Texttospeech, Community map correction database, Lowcost GPS
The TomTom Ease features a greatly simplified menu structure and an entry-level price, but it still manages to pack in advanced features such as text-to-speech. The device features a generous 3-hour battery life for enhanced portability.
Feature-barren when compared with last-gen devices with lower prices, No lane assistance or real-time traffic, A few stray routing issues.
Small 3.5inch screen, EasyPort mount isn't as flexible as other devices, No SD or microSD card slots
For some users, a 3.5-inch screen may be a bit small. The integrated EasyPort mount sacrifices a degree of flexibility versus other TomTom devices.
By Macworld on February 27, 2011
For those looking for a simple navigation experience, the TomTom Ease has the right blend of simplicty, features, and price. See more like this: GPS, gadgets,...60
By SmartComputing on May 21, 2010
Another handy feature is the ability to position the cursor on the map and tell the Ease to find a POI near a stopping point or destination. For instance, if you know that you’re planning to stop for food at the next exit, you...-
By Dev Hardware on April 30, 2010
The TomTom Ease is an entry-level GPS aimed at those who value simplicity. While it does not have a ton of bells and whistles, it has all the features necessary to provide navigational help. Best of all, it is affordably priced, retailing around $120....-
By PC Mag on March 23, 2010
TomTom's budget-priced Ease isn't brimming with high-end features, but it proves that the market for standalone GPS devices isn't dead yet, even on the low end....60
By eTech Reviews on March 12, 2010
Thumbs Up:TomTom Ease features simple menu interface and comes at low price with advanced features like text-to-speech. Its battery life is 3 hours.Thumbs Down:3.5 inches screen may be small for getting large view. Integrated EasyPort mount is not so...-
By TechReviewSource on March 10, 2010
The TomTom Ease is one of the latest GPS devices from TomTom and it appears extremely similar to the TomTom One 140 S. They both have 3.5-inch QVGA color touch screens and TomTom's EasyPort mount. The "inside" of the products however show their...70
By cnet on March 02, 2010
The TomTom Ease succeeds in being a good low-cost GPS device for first-time navigators, and its small size and good battery life make it easy to toss into a bag and keep handy. Read full...73
By GPS Lodge on January 01, 2010
TomTom announced the TomTom Ease for the US market last month at the CES 2010 show; it's a US version of the Euro based TomTom Start, announced last year. The entry level devices are targeted at ease of use with a simplified menu, and some features...-