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Smallest in-car navigation system runs embedded Linux

Oct 29, 2004 — by Rick Lehrbaum — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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The TomTom Go is a Linux-based in-car GPS navigation system available with or without preloaded maps. The device mounts to the dashboard or windshield, providing a 3D view of the road ahead, as well as text-based and spoken driving directions. TomTom claims it is the smallest car navigation device available.

Find out all about the TomTom Go and its embedded Linux software in our complete Device Profile.

Read Device Profile of TomTom Go


 
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