Updating tomtom go 300

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Updating tomtom go 300

The GO 5100 is ourfirst glimpse of the latest mild update to the Tom Tom GOredesign of about two years ago, and replaces the GO5000.

The GO 300 keeps the compact dimensions of its predecessor (4.5 by 3.6 by 2.3 inches, 11 ounces), so it's easily transportable between cars.

But this model introduces connectivitywith Tom Tom’s online My Drive service, so you can plan routes on yourdesktop, tablet or smartphone and send them to the sat-nav remotely.

There are also some changes to the Live services and maps included.

As with all the devices in Tom Tom’s range of the last couple of years, the Live services come with a lifetime subscription.

This being a x000-series device, rather than x00-series, this also means a lifetime of built-in data service too.

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