TomTom has announced its latest entry level GPS device, the TomTom Start2. The Start2 is the first device of its class to offer Lane Assist, as well as text-to-speech for spoken street names. With Lane Assist, you won’t have to worry about taking the wrong lane, even if there are a few intersections, since there will be graphical indicators on the display to show you which lane to take. Drivers who are in busy areas will also stand to benefit from the IQ Routes feature for traffic avoidance based on historical information. The Start2 will be available in early April, and the UK version will set you back £119 ($180), while the version with the European coverage will cost £139 ($210). There isn’t any mention of a North American release just yet.
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