That is been 1 month I have a TomTom XL-S

Discussion in 'General TomTom Discussion' started by feejo, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. feejo

    feejo

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    At beginning I almost throw him away, but thanks for your help guy's:D I just can't believe it I have map for all over Canada and USA and alot of POI and speed traps and red lights.:eek: That is something, just thinking how much it would cost to have every city map and detail street for the 2 country can cost 10 000 $, that is not all, it tell me where the exact address is. No map can do that. No one can know that even the best pizza deliver of the world. No human can tell how much time it will take you from point A to B so precisely and so fast that with a GPS. I try a 750$ garmin before and the XLS is way better in many features ex: you can't have QWERTY keyboard or it take 15 min to calculate a route that take 1 min to the xls.
    Unbelievable.
     
    feejo, Apr 1, 2008
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  2. feejo

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    congrats! Don't forget, it's a phonebook too ;)
     
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    feejo

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    Is there a phonebook on XL-S, not apparently.
     
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    Well when you click on the POI, it has the phone number right? good for making reservations on the go when you don't have access to yellow pages or the internet!
     
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