iPodNN: TomTom changed its usual formula with the launch of an installable in-dash GPS unit. The GO I-90 occupies two DIN slots in any car and provides a large touchscreen with both TomTom’s staple GPS as well as media features the company normally has no reason to use.
Owners of iPods can plug the Apple devices into a USB port to both play and charge their devices; the unit also has generic MP3 player support and its own FM radio tuner. GPS features aren’t extensive but do bring Map Share for community-created data, an emergency mode, speed camera alerts, as well as a unique use of the car’s radio antenna to improve reception for Traffic Message Channel (TMC) updates.
Bluetooth is present for hands-free calling. The GO I-90 is shipping to Europe first for €599 and will be ready by December.