It features a 5-inch screen, maps from 66 of its most popular destinations worldwide (North America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia, Southern Africa and Europe) and live traffic from select countries.
It costs R3799 and comes with a 1 year subscription to live traffic information, updated every 2 minutes (a standard feature found on all PNDs in the ‘live’ range).
As part of the launch, we were taken to locations “around the world”, in Johannesburg, using the 1005 World to navigate from one location to the next. Our stops included France (Vovo Telo bakery, where we learnt how to make croissants), Thailand (Puri Thai Massage) and America (Gourmet Garage at Montecasino).
At each of these destinations, we learnt more about what TomTom is doing within these regions. One of which you might have already read about is TomTom’s partnership with Samsung to offer maps on the Wave III.
More information about the TomTom Go Live 1005 World here.
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