TomTom XL 340S Review
The XL 340S is hard to pass up due to its attractive widescreen display, text-to-speech, low price, and more than 7 million POIs.
TomTom's XL 340S may be starting to show its age, but it's still one of the better cheap GPS systems around. Wired praises the XL 340S for its large 4.3-inch touchscreen and its lane assistance feature. Bestcovery also likes the XL 340S's display and notes that the interface is easy to use.
The TomTom XL 340S is more than just a pretty face. In addition to the 4.3-inch screen, this budget GPS includes text-to-speech, and there's also an option to download celebrity voices to help guide you on your journey (although this will disable the text-to-speech feature). The XL 340S. One minor drawback of this budget GPS system is that it has no expandable memory, such as a microSD slot, so you'll have to rely on the XL 340S's built-in 2GB of memory.
The XL 340S isn't the latest budget GPS on the market, but it's still one of the greatest. The TomTom Ease may be newer and slicker, but the 340S offers more features and a larger display for the same price.