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TomTom GO 700 3.5-Inch Bluetooth Portable GPS Navigator (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by TomTom
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  • Bluetooth-enabled GPS navigator with built-in 2.5 GB hard drive and hands-free car kit
  • Routes cell phone calls through powerful built-in speaker and microphone for hands-free phone access
  • Delivers spoken instructions in 32 languages; offers 3D graphics on 3.5-inch TFT anti-glare screen
  • Choice of quickest, shortest, or toll-free routes; portable design moves easily from car to car
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery lasts for 5 hours; 4.5 by 3.6 by 2.3 inches (W x H x D)
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Technical Details

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  • Electronic compass
  • Distance
  • Speed
  • Time/date

Product Description

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Product Description

The new generation of TomTom GO 700 makes life even easier with a satellite navigation system and Bluetooth hands-free car kit in one. You save the cost of a hands-free car kit when you buy a GO, and if you change cars no problem – just take your GO with you! Tap the GO screen to accept or make a call via your Bluetooth mobile phone* and talk through the GO while you drive. The GO routes calls automatically through the powerful built-in speaker and microphone, while the screen continues to show you where to go. It makes every trip safer, more efficient and more enjoyable. The TomTom GO 700 gives you door-to-door spoken and on-screen instructions anywhere from Miami to Vancouver or L.A. to Montreal. The TomTom GO 700 doesn’t just help you find your way; it helps you safely keep in touch while you’re on the go. The built-in Bluetooth hands-free car functionality links compatible mobile phones to your GO. Simply tap the GO screen to accept or make a call and talk through the GO while you drive. The GO 700 routes calls automatically from your mobile through the integrated speaker and microphone with professional sound quality, while the screen continues to show you where to go. You can even access your mobile phone’s phonebook through the GO. Finding your way is easy. Just tap the screen to pick your destination and choose the type of route you want (fastest, shortest, avoiding toll roads and more) and off you go. The GO also holds thousands of useful pre-programmed points of interest like hotels, parking garages, restaurants and gas stations. Bluetooth compatible with: T Mobile (Nokia 3660,6600, 6620 and Sony Ericsson T610) Cingular AT&T (Sony Ericsson T637, Nokia 6620, 7610, 6230, 6600, Motorola V551, Mpx220, Audiovox SMT 5600, imate SP3, SP3i) Verizon (Audiovox XV6600) Product Description The TomTom Go 700 Portable GPS Car Navigation Systems is the smart, easy, and connected portable car navigation system. Featuring all the great navigation functionality of the original award-winning TomTom Go, the TomTom Go 700 is easier and more convenient to use than ever before.

Control your cell phone with the TomTom Go 700's integrated Bluetooth features.

Access points of interest along your route quickly and easily.

The unit's 3D navigation view is designed to make finding any address effortless.
You won't find a smarter portable GPS navigation system anywhere, as the TomTom Go 700 not only speaks more than 30 languages in over 50 voices, but its user interface now also includes 18 languages. With the improved functionality, you can quickly access millions of points of interest and plot your quickest, shortest choice of road in no time at all. For maximum driver and passenger convenience, the TomTom Go 700 works with an optional remote control accessory (not included with product). The remote uses radio frequency so you won't even need to point it. Mount it anywhere you want, and do away with the need to touch the screen. A compass mode displays a compass on screen, giving you even more orientation while driving. Plus, with the volume of the device linked to your car speed, the volume of the unit's voice instructions will increase or decrease depending on the speed of your vehicle. An improved on/off switch means that you'll never turn the unit off by accident, and an antiglare screen ensures that you are always offered an optimal view, even in direct sunlight.

Just plug in your TomTom Go 700, switch it on and go. There's no need for any special installation or activation. A set of clear, accurate, turn-by-turn voice instructions and crystal-clear 3D graphics will help you to get where you need to go. The unit's simple design allows you to take the TomTom Go 700 with you from car to car quickly and easily. All the newest TeleAtlas maps are now installed on a 2.5 GB hard drive as one seamless map, allowing you to find your way to any address across all of the United States and Canada.

The TomTom Go 700 is USB 2.0-compatible for faster data transfers to and from your PC. Meanwhile, the unit's Bluetooth receiver allows you to download real-time TomTom Plus services through the internet connection on your Bluetooth phone anytime and anywhere. TomTom Plus gives you the real-time information you want on traffic congestion and weather conditions, plus extra downloads such as detailed city maps, additional voices, points of interest, and more. Note that some TomTom Plus services require a subscription fee. Also, TomTom Plus services require a GPRS ready device equipped with Bluetooth and a GPRS subscription with your mobile operator.

the TomTom700 in action

What's in the Box
TomTom Go 700 portable car navigator, carry case, screen cloth, installation CD, AC adapter, cigarette lighter cable, USB 2.0 data cable, installation poster, quick start guide, product code card, TomTom GO accessory leaflet, and component parts of a suction-mount cradle.

Product Information

Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
Technical Details
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions2 x 4.5 x 3.5 inches
Item model number1D00780
Display Size3.5 inches
Display Resolution320 x 240
Warranty1 Year / 1 year
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank
Shipping Weight2.6 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2001
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Customer Reviews

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287 of 298 people found the following review helpful By Jacob Samuel Salamon on July 11, 2005
Package Type: Standard Packaging
The TomTom Go700 is great! I own a Garmin c330 (also phenomenal product), but this one is equipped with excellent new features that keep it bleeding-edge car navigation.

First off, the Bluetooth connectivity makes this product a winner in itself. The phone calls are crystal-clear with my Ericsson T637. Callers also say they can hear me perfectly. The connectivity is awesome, plus with web access on your mobile, you can collect current weather and traffic data from TomTom. The voices are loud and clear, and the 3D navigation outperforms the Garmin.

Navigation-wise, the product is also awesome. Route planning is easy and intuitive. If you don't like a certain route, you can select alternate routes on-the-fly. You can select from a large number of route views (text only, map, both, etc.), and route demos can be sped up or slowed down (unlike c330).

Other awesome features include tips and tutorials for learning the intracacies of the product. You can also download new voices to the device (such as John Cleese) for added customizability. This is so much fun! The features go on and on....

All in all, this is a significant improvement over the Garmin c330. It adds all the functions I wished were available on the Garmin. This is so greatly customizable and easy-to-use. I consider it the Mac version of GPS car navigation.


One week later...

After owning the product for a week, I decided to return it. I had a few issues with the unit powering up; I needed to reset it several times. I also found a few annoyances with looking up points of interest. Unlike the Garmin, you must first select a category before searching for a POI.
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353 of 372 people found the following review helpful By M. Anderson VINE VOICE on August 11, 2005
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I used this product for about two weeks and decided to return it for three reasons.

First, whenever you are on the freeway and it tells you where to get off the freeway, it only gives you the exit number and not the name of the street. While that might be fine back east, here in California, the exits are marked primarily with street names, not exit numbers. In fact, several of the exit numbers that it has recommended were wrong (because the exit numbers had changed).

Second, when the system tells you to get onto a freeway (or change freeways), it almost never tells you which direction you are going to go (i.e., north or south on the I-5), making it difficult to figure out which lane to choose? Sure, you can figure it out by carefully studying the map while you barrel down the highway, but I'd rather just have it tell me which direction and then read the signs on the highway to select the correct lane...

Third, there is absolutely no support for this product. You cannot reach them by telephone, and although I sent a message through their website more than two weeks ago asking if there's a way to fix these two issues, there has been no response at all.

Ultimately, I replaced this with a Garmin product, which does not have any of these issues.
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61 of 62 people found the following review helpful By C. Ashizawa on December 8, 2005
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After weeks of research, reading reviews, and comparison shopping between the Lowrane IWay 500c, the Garmin StreetPilot 2270, and the Tomtom go 700, I finally decided to plunk down $800 for the Tomtom Go 700. Following a week of use including a roundtrip from Sacramento to LA, here are some of my findings.


Start-up time is quick. It typically only took 10-15 seconds to start up and an additional 10 seconds to accurately find my position. I imagine the 12 receivers help to find your position fairly accurately and quickly should a couple satellite signals be too weak or not within line of sight of the unit.

The user interface is fantastic. The layout of icons and and GUI is very intuitive. It's easy to save destinations, POIs, adjust your preferences etc.

The audio cues are great too. Audio output from the speaker is amazingly clear, and the language selections are extremely comprehensive.

The predictive text feature is also very accurate although sometimes you may get two results. For example, if you type in Walnut Street, you might get two options N. Walnut and S. Walnut, traditional maps or even addresses of businesses often times do not make this distinction (which isn't necessarily their fault) When I looked at the street signs at the intersection, the sign simply said "Walnut Street."

The 3D map is helpful for gauging future turns and provides a better perspective than your typical 2D or bird's eye view of the map.

If you are able to pair your cell phone using the integrated Bluetooth feature on the Tomtom go, you'll find that the hands free audio quality is impressive as well.

Another big benefit is that the Tomtom Go 700 is truly portable.
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56 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Earl P. Thayton on October 4, 2005
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Tom Tom is one of the newer GPS makers to do business in the US, and I was very pleased to get a chance to try out the GO 700.

First, a discussion of basic usability: it's very good! The box promises that you can just turn it on and go, and it's true. You don't need to hook it up to a computer first, and there is no aggravating "activation" step.

The user interface is very different than what I am used to from competing products, being as it is all touch-screen aside from the power button. The tasks and various preferences are also arranged differently than I am accustomed to. Not that it's bad . . . just different. It is at least the equal of its major competitors in ease of use, and probably better in customizability, such as map colors.

Speaking of the map, it has a pleasant smooth scroll as you drive, and an easy to read 3d perspective mode. All of the text is sharp and readable, though some fiddly bits like satellite status numbers are rather small.

The windshield sucker mount is great. It's the best I have seen on such a product and it may even be better than my trusty old RAM mount.

The built-in Bluetooth speakerphone should work with most Bluetooth mobile phones. It did not have a problem with my Sony Ericsson S710a, which is relatively new as of this writing. Sound quality for both parties is quite good, but there is no support for my phone's voice dialing and answering features-I suspect that all phones with voice dialing will suffer this way. But fortunately the GO 700 will grab your phone's address book and let you choose a number from it on the touch screen, which is an adequate compromise for the lack of voice dialing.
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