TomTom has introduced its latest GPS navigation system known as the Go Live 1000, where it will rely on a capacitive touchscreen which is more natural to finger input. Its interface was revamped in order to make life a whole lot easier when using it, while you get a similar web browser engine which is capable of running Chrome and Safari. Folks in Europe who pick up the TomTom Go Live 1000 will be able to benefit from a 1-year cellular-driven access from Vodafone, where you can enjoy live traffic, local searching and speed camera detection. IQ Routes is an ever present feature, relying on your past data to know where to take a detour just in case there is a traffic gridlock. Powered by a 500MHz ARM11 chip and 128MB RAM, the Go Live 1000 will ship later this summer for a yet undisclosed price.
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