Bikers aren’t left out by TomTom as they too, will need maps sometimes to help them get around new places. This has resulted in the TomTom Urban Rider that bears many resemblances to its predecessors, although things have gotten simpler this time round thanks to a revised interface that was specially designed to allow easier operation with gloved hands, which more or less leads us to the conclusion that this is a resistive touchscreen display. Other features include TomTom’s IQ Routes and Map Share, advanced lane guidance and half a dozen hours of battery life. It will arrive in Europe first in May for €249, so keep your fingers crossed that it will touch our shores in due time as well.
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