TomTom has began a widespread shipment of its Go 2405 and Go 2505-based GPS navigators in the US with the Go 2535 M Live, Go 2535 and Go 2545. The Go 2535 M Live first displayed at CES as the Go 2505 M Live while the latter pair shipped in February and sports voice recognition. The connected, five-inch Go 2535 M Live for the first time gives US users access to TomTom’s HD Traffic services.
HD Traffic can recognize traffic conditions for all main and secondary roads in the US and updates conditions every two minutes. The AT&T-powered service will also offer Local Search by Google, gas prices, and weather. Users get 12 months of service for free out of the box.
The 4.3-inch Go 2435 and five-inch Go 2535 models get natural voice recognition that can detect more than 130 voice commands.
All three new devices sport a touchscreen, Bluetooth hands-free calling and street name announcing.
- Instant and continuous routing
- Crisp, sharp graphics and intuitive user menus
- Pinch-to-zoom and swipe from screen-to-screen using gestures
- Bluetooth Hands-Free Calling to maximize safety
- Intuitive Voice Recognition with natural address entry
- A click-and-lock mount to keep the device securely mounted while driving
- Expanded driving view on 4.3” (GO 2435 TM) or 5” (GO 2535 M LIVE and GO 2535 TM) glass touch screens
- Lifetime Traffic & Map Updates
- Announces Street Names
- Advanced Lane Guidance
Additional Features Available only on the GO 2535 M LIVE
- TomTom LIVE Services bundle, including TomTom HD Traffic, Local Search, Fuel Prices, and Weather Forecasts.
The Go 2535M Livewill cost $349, while only a $249 starting price for the TomTom Go 2435 and 2535 was released. They ship to Amazon, Best Buy and online at TomTom later in April.