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TomTom GO 930 Opens Up a World of Travel Options

The New TomTom GO 930 Opens Up a World of Travel Options


The new TomTom GO 930 New Zealand offers maps of 45 countries and a host of other premium features ~

Auckland, 16 July 2008 – TomTom today announced the ultimate portable navigation device for the avid traveller. The TomTom GO 930 includes the latest maps of 45 countries in North America, Europe and Oceania, enhanced positioning technology (EPT) for uninterrupted navigation in tunnels and built up areas, and a Bluetooth remote control.

“The new GO 930 is perfect for the frequent business traveller or those planning their next fly/drive holiday in Europe or North America” said Chris Kearney, Marketing Manager, TomTom Australia and New Zealand. “The seamless maps of Europe and North America, Australia and New Zealand provide for effortless travel across borders and a stress-free holiday or business trip.”

This premium model includes the latest maps from the world’s most trusted suppliers in Tele Atlas, Sensis and GeoSmart and features TomTom’s unique MapShareTM technology allowing users to benefit from over 1.5 million user contributed map updates.

The TomTom GO 930 also boasts TomTom’s award winning navigation software and includes safety features such as TomTom’s Help Me! Menu, safety preferences and Hands free calling via Bluetooth. The TomTom GO 930 is easy to use, no matter where you are and also incorporates useful and entertaining features for the traveler.

“The extensive points of interest database includes thousands of hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions worldwide and the MP3 playback will keep everyone entertained on the road” Kearney added.

Key Features of the TomTom GO 930

Latest maps of 45 countries – New Zealand (GeoSmart), Australia (Whereis 2008 V15); Tele Atlas maps of USA, Canada, Guam, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Norway, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, San Marino, Spain, (including Canary Islands), Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Vatican City, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and the Russian Federation. Also including the major road connected network of Albania, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Ukraine

Latest Map Guarantee – If TomTom release a new version of your device's map within 30 days of your purchase, you can download that map for free via TomTom HOME.

TomTom Map ShareTM - Make corrections to your own map and benefit from thousands of corrections made by TomTom users every day – free of charge.
Enhanced Positioning Technology – for uninterrupted navigation, even in tunnels
Hands Free calling via Bluetooth
Spoken Street Names (Text to Speech)
Bluetooth remote control
Integrated FM transmitter with MP3 playback and iPod connectivity (via accessory cable)– music and voice instructions through your car stereo

The TomTom GO 930 will be available from early August 2008. The RRP will be $999 NZ


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