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alaTest has collected and analyzed 242 reviews of TOMTOM Go 750. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other GPS for all reviews. Reviewers really like the design and screen. The size and performance are also appreciated. Many are less positive about the memory and maps.

usability, performance, size, screen, design

reliability, price, maps, memory

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other GPS the TOMTOM Go 750 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Ross Catanzariti (

TomTom GO 750 GPS unit


TomTom's GO 750 GPS unit adds voice control to its list of features.

Responsive touch screen, strong dock, voice control, excellent interface and map screen, advanced lane guidance, loud speaker, safety alerts

No Australian text-to-speech voice for street names, no traffic capabilities, voice control is hit and miss

The TomTom GO 750 adds voice control to its collection of features. Although it's far from perfect, this is yet another excellent TomTom GPS. The lack of traffic capabilities is a little disappointing at this price, but users will appreciate TomTom's...

Nov, 2009

Expert review by: Marie Brewis (

TomTom Go 750 Live review


Features we've admired before are still present in the TomTom Go 750 Live, including IQ Routes, MapShare, Advanced Lane Guidance and a Help me menu. Together, these offer the fastest route at any time of day, the most accurate maps and the peace of...

The minimal revisions made to TomTom's x50 line-up reflect the fact that this satnav ticks boxes across the board. But we resent paying more for the very features that form the 'Live' part of the TomTom Go 750 Live's moniker.

Jan, 2010


Expert review by: James Morris (

TomTom GO 750 / 950 LIVE Sat-Nav


If you're looking for a premium sat-nav to smooth the way to your destination, check out the TomTom GO 950 LIVE.

As we predicted at the beginning of this review, the GO x50 LIVE series isn't going to change the world of sat-navs in the same way as its predecessor. So if you've already invested in a GO x40 LIVE, the new features shouldn't have you green with envy....

Nov, 2009

Expert review by: Johan Keyter (

TomTom Go 750 Live


We review the feature packed TomTom Go 750 Live, one of the most versatile GPS devices this side of the Pentagon.

Some issues we experienced were that route recalculation was a bit slow at times, with the device seeming to favour the u-turn option, instead of giving drivers alternative instructions.

Jul, 2010

Expert review by: TechSmart (

TomTom Go 750 Live

Jul, 2010

PC&TECH AUTHORITY - Recommended!

Expert review by: Jonathan Bray (

TomTom's Go 750 Live still among the best GPS devices you can buy


An excellent standalone satnav, even if TomTom is treading water with this release

Mar, 2010

Expert review by: Scott Bartley (

TomTom Go 750


TomTom's Go 750 is one of two, self-proclaimed flagship models in the company's line up. It costs $599 and sits with the all-singing, all-dancing Go 950 ($849) at the top of the food chain, bringing with it new styling, a fancy new mounting bracket and...

The Go 750 builds upon the solid feature set of it's forebears with maps covering the length and breadth of the country and GPS guidance to accurately guide you to your selected destination. A massive set of points of interest is included to make it...

Feb, 2010

Expert review by: PC Pro (

TomTom Go 750 Live


An excellent standalone satnav, but TomTom is treading water with this release

Dec, 2009

Consumer review by: georgiana (

TomTom GO 750 LIVE Satellite Navigation System


It's much better comparing the one we had by now, very loud feature, my husband has hearing issues and the other one we had he had to struggle to hear indications. Good stuff

The mp3 feature is missing even if is described as present. Maybe someone will be able to let me know where to find it if I missed it by mistake

May, 2011

Consumer review by: kryptoman2000 (



Nasty customer service - very bad attitude Expired free offer left a sour taste Speech recognition close to useless Touch screen is a bit finicky and can frustrate (not the accuracy of an iphone) Only had the GPS for 2 days- deciding whether to return...

Position seems to be pretty accurate with the limited use I have given it so far.

Speech recognition is pretty useless. Beware of "free offers" from Tomtom. One of the reasons I bought this model was the in store signs stating that this model came with free US maps. When I got it home though and called customer support to figure out...

Oct, 2010

Product Specifications


FM Transmitter: No
FM Tuner: No
Head up Display: No
Telephone Included:Handsfree Function via External Device / No
TV-Tuner: No


Bluetooth: Yes
Internet Connectivity: Yes
iPod Control:Via External Device
USB: Yes


Display Technology:TFT Display
Monitor Format:16:9
Monitor Type:Fixed Monitor
Touchscreen:One-Point Touch

General Features

Category:Portable Navigation Device
Size in DIN:Not Applicable


3D Elevation Mode: No
3D Landmarks:No / Yes
Lane Assistant: Yes
Map Coverage:Single continent / Single countries
Map Provider:Teleatlas
Map Sharing: Yes
Map Storage Medium:On board Flash Memory / On board Harddisc
Pedestrian Mode: Yes
Reality View: Yes
Text-to-Speech: Yes
Traffic Message Channel:Limited Traffic Subscription / Yes
Voice Control:Address only


CD Player / Recorder: No
DVD Player / Recorder: No
MP3 Playback: Yes