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TomTom One XL

TomTom One XL

Meet the new big-brother of "the world's number one selling portable navigation device." The TomTom One XL ($400; May 2007) offers users a large 4.3-inch touch screen and a sleek, lightweight design. The One XL features real-time traffic and road condition updates through the TomTom PLUS service, as well as faster loading times with QuickGPSfix software and Bluetooth 2.0.

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