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Thread: First Look at the TomTom iPhone Car Kit

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    Theme Creator ebl4287's Avatar
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    $100.00+ for a car kit without the software? that's bs!

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    not worth it

    i love cases on my iphone i own like 5 diff ones switch off em' every month or so..
    i have the invisible shield also.. good combo..Djrbx
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    iPhone? More like MyPhone mdc929's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by thu6 View Post
    Dear TomTom,
    Shove it!

    Mass Majority.
    what a waste of money

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    do you get the app free with the purchase of this. that would sell me hahaha
    Yeah, you'll be the coolest person in the room when you pull one out and show it around, but that gets old fast when three other people have them and one person somehow has one that glows in the dark.
    John C. Dvorak
    The American columnist and broadcaster in article 'Rethinking the iPhone' in PC Magazine.

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    My iPhone is a Part of Me rwin84's Avatar
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    This is getting a lil' ridiculous...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwin84 View Post

    1st - expensive app that could just aswell been bought as a cheaper gps standalone.

    2nd - the kit is over-priced and does not include app.

    3rd - have to remove any cases to use.

    IMHO, they are trying to recoup costs of the app because of their iPhone software hacker leak.

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    It's finally been released in the US.

    TomTom, portable GPS car navigation systems

  9. #29
    Not sure why everyone hates TOMTOM, I agree the price for the holder seems a little high, but not out of the norm when it comes to iPhone accessories. Do people considered the fact you not only get a holder/mount for the phone but a more sensitive GPS receiver, integrated microphone and speaker (hands-free calling), AUX output for music to car stereo, and it charges the phone?

    A separate more sensitive GPS receiver for use with the iPhone usually costs $40 (plus adapter cable $16) or more and a hands free car mount kit any were from $15 and up depending on the manufacturer.

    If I did not already have a Bluetooth GPS receiver and Navigon for my current iPhone, I would consider the Tom-Tom holder assuming it worked with the older 1st generation iPhone and Navigon software. Hopefully someone here buys it and posts a detailed review of its build quality and usefulness.

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