TomTom ONE 130, 130S, XL 330, 330S
Update: We have now posted our review of the TomTom ONE 130s.
TomTom has just released four new products in the lower end of their product range. Available almost immediately from now, the new models will feature a new slim design, a louder speaker, optional traffic connectivity, and many of the other features from the older ONE and ONE XL ranges. Perhaps of even bigger note to some people, the new ONE range features a redesigned mount that is designed to be easier to use and more secure. Called “EasyPort”, it allows you to remove the mount from the windshield, and fold it up into the back of the GPS so you can still slip the GPS and the mount into your pocket.
The TomTom EasyPort™ mount has a unique, flexible design, allowing the user to affix their TomTom device securely to the desired position on the windshield, using the mechanical locking system. Once at their destination, the user can then remove it quickly and easily, with one twist, when leaving their vehicle. The clever design allows the driver to fold away the mount neatly onto the TomTom device – and remove the entire unit, without having to worry about stowing the mount separately.
TomTom ONE 130: $199.95
TomTom ONE 130S: $249.95 (includes text-to-speech)
TomTom XL 330: $249.95
TomTom XL 330S: $299.95 (includes text-to-speech)
And a quick update with a few more tidbits… These models will not feature the new IQ Routes feature found on the new GO series devices. The ONE models will not have Itinerary Planning nor custom POI database items as was the case on the ONE 3rd Edition. The XL 330 and XL 330s will have Itinerary Planning and custom POI databases though.