GO 510 uses SD memory and includes maps for the United States and Canada. It provides spoken turn directions (but not spoken street names).
GO 510 comes with fewer POI categories than GO 910 (51 vs. 59). The 1GB memory card that ships with GO 510 doesn’t have room to hold everything that fits on the GO 910’s hard drive.
Enhancements shared by GO 510 and GO 910 include:
- a wider 4″ LCD display
- more sensitive GPS reception
- optional iPod control cable
- optional TMC traffic data receiver
Unlike GO 910, the 510 model doesn’t include a built-in MP3 player or picture viewer, and if you want a remote control, you’ll need to purchase it separately.
- GPS Status – great reception, even indoors
- Route Overview Map – shows 2D overview of a calculated route
- Navigation Map (3D) – city streets, small info area
- Navigation Map (3D) – entering freeway, large info area
- Navigation Map (3D) – simple freeway exit, airport
- Navigation Map (3D) – freeway underpass, exits
- Navigation Map (2D) – city streets
- Navigation Map (2D) – turn ahead
- Preferences Menu – page 4 of 7
- Keyboard (qwerty) – touchscreen keyboard
- Keyboard (abcd) – touchscreen keyboard
- Itinerary Planning – arrange a trip via multiple destinations
- Itinerary Item Options – menu options available for each stop
- 50 US states
- Puerto Rico
Keyword variations: Tom Tom GO 510, GO510