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Tomtom model comparison chart   

Tomtom model comparison chart

Post Number:#1 » Postby Downunder35m » Mon Aug 16, 2010 5:03 am

Since all I could find on the net was outdated, I created a new chart to compare the different TT models and the Navcores/bootloders they use.
I tried my best to make no mistakes and collect all data but it is still not complete so I would need your help to complete it and to keep it updated.
If you find errors post them here same for the V9 Navcores that are tested and running fine on other devices.
If you know how to fill the missing details on some of the devices please post them as well.

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Post Number:#2 » Postby tendriver » Mon Aug 16, 2010 1:19 pm

Unfortunately the expanded chart is too small to read, even on a 24" monitor.
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Post Number:#3 » Postby Downunder35m » Mon Aug 16, 2010 2:47 pm

Hmm, I have no problem reading the downloaded chart in IrfanView.
Here in the forumview it is a bit hard to read I have to admit but without HTML it is not easy to fit such a large chart into something viewable.
You can even print the chart and it is still readable, small, but readable ;)
I don't know the shortcutfor it but in Firefox you can Zoom the website or picture by holding the "CTRL" key and scrolling with the mousewheel.
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Post Number:#4 » Postby tendriver » Mon Aug 16, 2010 3:07 pm

Downunder35m wrote:Hmm, I have no problem reading the downloaded chart in IrfanView.
Here in the forumview it is a bit hard to read I have to admit but without HTML it is not easy to fit such a large chart into something viewable.
You can even print the chart and it is still readable, small, but readable ;)
I don't know the shortcutfor it but in Firefox you can Zoom the website or picture by holding the "CTRL" key and scrolling with the mousewheel.


I can do all of the above also.
BUT, I am not referring to downloading or enlarging. The expanded chart needs to be readable by noobs with no puter skills.
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Post Number:#5 » Postby Downunder35m » Mon Aug 16, 2010 3:52 pm

Ok for the noobs : added the chart as a PDF as well - I think the latest Acrobat Reader should be on a good PC anyway...
And it is easy readable - but you still have to scroll down....

Not sure how to improve it further without seperating into several parts :(
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Post Number:#6 » Postby redband » Wed Aug 18, 2010 7:01 pm

great chart, info goldmine. i noticed a error in go710 it does have sd card and no hdd and one other thing i would love to know which model is x20 x30 etc,maybe that could be included in the chart.
great work keep it up many thanks
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Post Number:#7 » Postby tendriver » Wed Aug 18, 2010 7:43 pm

redband wrote:great chart, info goldmine. i noticed a error in 1. go710 it does have sd card and no hdd and one other thing 2. i would love to know which model is x20 x30 etc,maybe that could be included in the chart.
great work keep it up many thanks


1. You are correct.
2. I would love to know what you are referring to.
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Post Number:#8 » Postby redband » Wed Aug 18, 2010 8:24 pm

TomTom GO x30 series, what models are in that series and so on.
i hope that helps
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Post Number:#9 » Postby tendriver » Wed Aug 18, 2010 8:58 pm

redband wrote:TomTom GO x30 series, what models are in that series and so on.
i hope that helps


That info is already there in the far left column.
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Post Number:#10 » Postby djc151084 » Wed Aug 18, 2010 10:42 pm

redband wrote: i noticed a error in go710 it does have sd card and no hdd


You are correct ;)

[color="red"]GO 710[/color]
• RAM : 64 MB
• Internal Flash Memory : NONE
• Memory Card Slot : SD / MMC
• Release Date : 2006
• CPU : 400 MHz
• GPS Chipset : SiRFstarIII
• Screen : 4"
• Bluetooth : YES
• FM Transmitter : NO
• TMC Connection : YES
• Other : Voice input, MP3
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Post Number:#11 » Postby Downunder35m » Thu Aug 19, 2010 12:49 am

I will rework the whole chart on the weekend if I can find the time and change to 710 accordingly.
Thanks for the correction :)
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Post Number:#12 » Postby Megalos » Fri Aug 20, 2010 8:30 am

Downunder35m, see here for a complete schematic of all the specifications of all (European I think) TT's: [Please Register or Login to download file] .
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Post Number:#13 » Postby redband » Thu Aug 26, 2010 7:06 pm

tendriver wrote:That info is already there in the far left column.


omg i am thick. go710 is x10 series, TomTom GO 930 is x30 series
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Post Number:#14 » Postby djc151084 » Thu Aug 26, 2010 7:07 pm

redband wrote:omg i am thick. go710 is x10 series, TomTom GO 930 is x30 series


Yes you are correct the X represents the first number ;)
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Post Number:#15 » Postby redband » Thu Aug 26, 2010 7:17 pm

thank you for confirming iam thick it all makes sense now when u talk about x30 etc
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