TomTom has unveiled a new GPS device today that is aimed at the lower end of the market. The device is called the XL 335S and it will sell for $239.95. Many of TomTom’s offerings sell for much more than that amount.
Despite its entry-level price the navigation device has a slew of features that you expect from TomTom. Things like IQ routes that use real speed measurements to plan the fastest routes on the maps. MapShare is also features allowing users to update the maps as they need to.
The 335S ships with maps of the US and Canada installed. The screen is a 4.3-inch touch sensitive unit and it has text-to-speech functionality. The database is loaded with 7 million POIs. TomTom also uses its Fold and Go EasyPort mount on the unit.