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TomTom Go 1000 Live
Good build quality and user interface.
Fast GPS signal pickup.
Easy to follow maps.
Voice control needs polish.
Hit and miss traffic data.
Convoluted menu back-end
By Tech Digest on September 29, 2011
If you do a lot of driving like I do then you need a decent sat nav that will not only get you from A to B, but will make sure that you get to B before A has even realised you've left. The is just such a device. Although it's been available...-
By Computeractive on May 03, 2011
An impressive navigator, but it's missing some useful features...80
By PCWorld New Zealand on March 15, 2011
An in-car GPS device that knows what’s going on around it is the holy grail of the GPS world, and this functionality is finally available in New Zealand. TomTom’s new Go Live range of navigation units are the first with live traffic updates,...80
By TechSmart.co.za on March 01, 2011
The TomTom GO 1000 LIVE is definitely one of the best GPS devices we've ever tested. It includes all the features you could want, sports an easy-to-use menu system, and most importantly, gets you where you need to be. The device is available for a...-
By ElectricPig.co.uk on January 20, 2011
There’s no denying it : TomTom, Garmin, Mio and the rest’s low range dedicated satnavs feel increasingly irrelevant in the wake of free phone services, and even the company’s own apps for those platforms.But the TomTom Go Live 1000...80
By DigitalVersus on January 13, 2011
Fast, easy to use and powerful, the new TomTom GO LIVE 1000 has some real stretngths that make it a serious contender, and the LIVE services only add to the attraction. However, TomTom's decision to lock the memory and leave out some features mean...80
By CNET UK on November 26, 2010
The TomTom Go Live 1000 is probably the best sat-nav on the market. It's fast, accurate and will do a better job than most other sat-navs of keeping your maps...90
By The Inquirer on November 26, 2010
The firm that popularised GPS in Europe has in recent years faced the impending expiry of its product's shelf life thanks primarily to smartphones and the growing number of vehicles that come with GPS as standard. For years it seemed as if GPS...80
By TechRadar on November 22, 2010
The sat nav market is becoming a very crowded place, and the quality of hardware has rocketed in the last year.Gone are the poor quality boxes with screens like Casio calculators. The market is now awash with internet-connected iPhone-like creatures,...70
By IT Reviews on November 20, 2010
We're not impressed by some aspects of the new capacitive touch screen, which is a real shame as otherwise it's an impressive sat-nav with seamless integration of the impressive GPRS-based LIVE services, and the new magnetic mount deserves heaps...-