Which models are fit-compatible with GO920

Discussion in 'Which TomTom Should I Buy?' started by ONLY2B, Aug 26, 2016.

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    ONLY2B

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    Hello Forum, I drew a complete blank on the TomTom site - so hopefully someone on the Forum knows.
    My GO920 is mounted to the dash on a Braketron (sp) bracket with the USB-B wired in.
    The only problem with my GO920 is the screen brightness/contrast when used in the AZ (even indirect) sun.
    I'd replace the screen if that would improve the daytime display - suggestions welcome!
    Alternatively, which modern TomTom 4.3-5" model has the same mounting geometry as the GO920?
    Thanks in advance, Roger.
     
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    canderson Moderator

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    Nothing TT offers even uses the USB Mini-B connector these days, much less any of the other geometry. It's all Micro-B now.
     
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    Thanks for spotting that!
    Sorry, was my error, I mistakenly wrote 'B'.
    You are correct, it is a Mini-USB (not 'B' & not Micro!)
     
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    I don't think you will get a much better screen on newer models.
    I remember when I first got on the list in 2008 that someone had given instructions with dimension how to make a hood to avoid some of the glare.
     
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