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Ad-free traffic updates.
Easy to mount.
Quick continuous routing (and rerouting) keeps you one step ahead of the traffic snarls.
Helpful magnetic click and lock mount system should’ve been invented a long time ago. Voice recognition gives you control over basic functions.
Voice commands must be exact
Traffic receiver in charging cable means you have to stay plugged in to steer clear.
Hard to type in locations on touchscreen if you have fat fingers.
No music options.
By Macworld on February 27, 2011
The TomTom Go 2505 is a winner across the board. It has all of the features I'm looking for: a 5.0-inch screen, Bluetooth that works seamlessly, highway lane guidance, and lifetime traffic/map updates. It's earned a spot on my dashboard. See...
By PCWorld on January 21, 2011
Large screen, full-featured navigation device with pleasing design, and lifetime traffic and map updates....
By Pocket-lint on November 26, 2010
Although the device can be frustrating when it comes to pressing the wrong button and being unable to return to a previous screen, overall the TomTom Go 2505 is perfect for the basic function of navigating to and from a...
By Wired on November 18, 2010
If you’ve tried TomTom’s GPS navigators in the past and have found them to be reliable if a bit of a snooze when it comes to design and interface, the new TomTom GO 2505 TM ($320) with its 5-inch interactive glass touchscreen should make you...
By GPSmagazine on January 01, 2010
The TomTom 2505TM includes the following items in the box: The first thing you notice when you hold TomTom's new GO 2505TM is how heavy and solid the device feels. Weighing 260 grams (about 0.57 lbs), the 2505TM feels more substantial than...
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