Video review: TomTom Start

Posted on 14th March 2012 by ConnorSephton


The TomTom Start is the ultimate in inexpensive satellite navigation. This tiny device is sold under £100 by

retailers, and is perfect for anybody that doesn’t need any bells and whistles.

Its screen is square and only 3.5” in size diagonally, meaning that you don’t see much of the surrounding area when driving. It doesn’t have 3D mapping, either, which is disappointing but to be expected. When purchasing an

entry-level device like this, you should be

aware that you’re only going to get the bare essentials. For instance, with this neat little device, you’ll get postcode searching satellite navigation and a few extra settings. You won’t receive anything special like 3D mapping or ecoRoute capabilities.

If you’re looking for more bells and whistles, then there are plenty of other devices available on the market. This, however, is the perfect device for small car owners, people on a budget, or motorists who only need satellite navigation on the odd occasion.


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