Extrait We have been testing the TomTom Via Live 120 for a number of weeks now and whilst we are of the opinion that dedicated SatNavs are reaching their peak, TomTom have once again managed to tweak things slightly to make the Live 120 a good device to buy.
Extrait The TomTom Via LIVE 120 slots into the TomTom sat nav range below the top-end Go LIVE 1000 devices and consequently it doesn't have as many fancy features. The screen isn't as roomy; there's no pinch-to-zoom and it lacks the neat magnetic window bracket.
Extrait The TomTom Via Live 120 sits in the middle of TomTom’s range of satnav devices, a step down from their all-encompassing Go line, and above the XL and Start models. The Via Live 120 comes in two versions, European mapping and the “regional” mapping, in our case giving us maps for UK and Ireland. There is also a Via 125, which has a larger 5-inch screen.
Avantages: HD Traffic, price, suction mount, excellent display mapping, Bluetooth phone integration
Contre: Speed camera alerts shrill, could get similar functions in an XL model for less, via points not announced