Verdict: Solid Performer. Voice Input Still Needs Work. A Better Bargain Than The GO 930.
TomTom's GO 920T costs about the same as the newer GO 930, but lacks the 930's IQ Routes and Advanced Lane Guidance. However, unlike the 930, the 920T includes an RDS-TMC traffic receiver, giving you everything you need to receive live traffic information right out of the box. The GO 920T has Enhanced Positioning Technology (for maintaining tracking when driving through tunnels and such), voice address input, real-time traffic data, Bluetooth, an FM transmitter, a remote control, and TomTom's innovative Map Share & Map Corrections program.
The routing engine and map screen could be stronger, and the voice address input feature was a little disappointing, but overall the GO 920T is a solid performer. Given that the GO 930's "Advanced Lane Guidance" and "IQ Routes" are still in their infancy and aren't all that useful yet, the traffic enabled GO 920T is probably a better deal for most drivers.
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