"TomTom GPS XL SE Special Edition"

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We used a photo of the TomTom XL 340S. But trust us, the 335S will look just like it.

Price Check, Walmart - TomTom XL 335 SE Reg. &129.99 / Walmart $69.00

Price Check Best Buy - TomTom XL 335 SE Reg. $129.33 / Best Buy $79.99

 The TomTom XL 335 SE 4.3" Portable GPS has complete widescreen navigation. Navigate using the EasyMenu to any location in the US, Canada or Mexico - or to one of 7 million preloaded points of interest. Only TomTom has IQ Routes, so you'll always be directed to the quickest, most efficient route.

TomTom XL 335 SE 4.3" Portable GPS, Refurbished:

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TomTom Speed Cameras gives you advanced warnings on fixed speed cameras.

You can also get warnings about railway crossings, average speed checks, mobile hotspots and accident black spots.

It even works when you're driving abroad, in 24 European countries.

So you can stop worrying about speed cameras. It saves you money on speeding fines, helping you drive safely and relaxed, wherever you are.

Manual: Click Here For Link To TomTom XL 335 SE Special Edition Manual.

CNET Review (Below)

 Review TomTom XL 335 SE Special Edition

You're not experiencing deja vu, this XL 335S is a new model.

I've always praised TomTom for its innovative features on its line of portable navigation devices (PNDs). But one thing about TomTom devices that has always stuck out at me like a sore thumb is the overly complex menu system. I've always preferred Garmin's simpler menu hierarchy. Those days of dissatisfaction may be behind me once I get my hands on the newest addition to TomTom's XL line of GPS navigators, the XL 335S.

According to TomTom, the 335S includes "TomTom's newest user menu with an elegant interface that features optimized icons for even easier navigation." Easier navigation means that I'm less likely to run into something while searching for the nearest gas station. Sign me up. CNET, December, 2010.


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