TomTom ONE 125 Portable Automotive GPS Navigation System
NOTE: This item has been discontinued by TomTom. Try the TomTom ONE 140 (click here) instead, with IQ Routes and Lane Guidance features.
TomTom ONE 125's distinctive design puts a full-size touchscreen and the power of GPS in a slim, lightweight device. Switch on and go right out of the box. The crystal-clear display, 3D graphics and turn-by-turn spoken instructions help you find your way to any address in the continental US - all with just a few taps of the screen. Foldable EasyPort mount makes it easy to take it with you from car to car. TomTom has the most accurate maps and with TomTom Map Share technology you can instantly modify street names, street direction, and POIs on your own device. And now, there are added safety features so you can easily access local emergency providers. No activation, no monthly fees.
NOTE: The TomTom ONE 125 is identical to the TomTom ONE 130 except that it only has maps for the lower 49 states.
- TomTom Map Share: instantly modify street names, street direction and POIs on your own device and benefit from others' corrections
- "Help Me!" Emergency Menu: easily access local emergency providers such as police, fire stations and hospitals
- Maps of the 48 continental United States, Hawaii and Puerto Rico
- EasyPort mount: foldable, slim mount for easy portability
- POI icons: easily find gas stations, restaurants, hotels and more along your route. Customize by adding your own points of interest
- TomTom HOME: ensure that your TomTom is always up-to-date and access additional features with this free software application
- Traffic ready: optional RDS-TMC traffic receiver accessory keeps you up-to-date on traffic events to minimize potential delays
- Daily Fuel Prices Optional Service: find the lowest priced gas on your route
TomTom 2008 Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How many new models of TomTom are there this spring?
A: At current count, TomTom has announced seven new models: five ONEs and three GOs.
Q: What are the new TomTom ONE models?
A: The TomTom ONE series represents full navigation function at a scant price. The ONE 125 is the budget model, with a 3.5" diagonal touch-screen, pre-loaded maps of the 48 continental United States plus Hawaii and Puerto Rico, and basic voice instructions. The ONE 130 has the same features but includes pre-loaded maps of the United States including Hawaii and Alaska, plus Canada and Puerto Rico, too. Upgrade to the ONE 130-S for text-to-speech voice instructions in addition to the full map set. The ONE XL 330 and XL 330-S are similar to the 130 series, but have wide 4.3" diagonal screens instead.
Q: What does the "S" stand for?
A: The "S" in models ONE 130-S and ONE XL 330-S stands for "speaks street names," or "text-to-speech." Whereas a model without text-to-speech will simply say "In 300 feet, turn right," a text-to-speech-enabled model will say "In 300 feet, turn right on Broadway." By announcing street names, there is less chance of confusion as to where to go, especially if there's a fork in the road or two turns next to each other.
Q: What about the new GO models? And where are the "T" models?
A: The new GO series consists of the GO 730, GO 930 and GO 930T. The GO 730 and GO 930 can receive traffic updates through a Bluetooth phone with internet service on the TomTom PLUS plan. Or, you can add an RDS-TMC FM traffic receiver as an accessory, which will cost more for the hardware up front but will be cheaper the long run, as TMC traffic service will cost you only about $5/month. The GO 930T already includes this traffic receiver, saving you even more money.
Q: What's the difference between the GO 730 and GO 930?
A: Both are top-of-the-line units that feature TomTom's latest software upgrades. The GO 930 has two advantages over the GO 730: built-in maps of Europe in addition to maps of the US & Canada, and Enhanced Positioning Technology that helps keep you positioned in tunnels or city valleys.
Q: So what do I get with a GO series model that I won't with a top-end ONE series model?
A: The GO 730/930 models feature voice address input (you can actually speak instruction to the GPS!), as well as Bluetooth for hands-free calling, an FM transmitter to speak through your car stereo, easy iPod connectivity, integrated traffic receiver, and new IQ Routes and Advanced Lane Guidance technologies, which provide smarter routes and a real-picture style display of difficult junctions. The ONE series provides basic navigation information without these enhancements.
|2007 Model||New 2008 Model|
|ONE 3rd Edition||ONE 130 or ONE 130-S|
|ONE XL||ONE XL 330|
|ONE XL-S||ONE XL 330-S|
|GO 720||GO 730|
|GO 920||GO 930|
|GO 920T||GO 930T|
TomTom 2008 Feature Matrix
|ONE 125||ONE 130||ONE
|XL 330||XL 330-S||GO 730||GO 930T|
|Maps||Lower 48 United States||US & Canada||US & Canada||US & Canada||US & Canada||US & Canada||US, Canada & Europe|
|Bluetooth Hands-Free Calling||No||No||No||No||No||Yes||Yes|
|Advanced Lane Guidance||No||No||No||No||No||Yes||Yes|
"Feature Matrix" Copyright © 2008 TigerGPS.com, Ltd. All rights reserved.
"TomTom 2008 FAQs" Copyright © 2008 TigerGPS.com, Ltd. All rights reserved.
What's In The Box?
- ONE 125 device
- EasyPort windshield mount
- Car Charger
- USB cable for charging and computer connection
- Dashboard mounting disk
- 3.5" QVGA touchscreen
- High sensitivity GPS receiver
- USB connection for charging, updates and downloads
- Battery (up to 3 hours operation)
- Weight: 6.1 oz
- Dimensions: 3.8 x 3.2 x 1.0 in
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