November 21, 2009 | Robert Nelson
The other day I mentioned that TomTom was planning to release a car kit designed specifically for the iPod touch, and it looks like it is now listed on the official TomTom website. Unfortunately it is not yet available for purchase, nor does it give a date as to when it will be available. In fact it is just listed as “currently not available through TomTom.com.”
But that aside, it does at least offer a glimpse as to what we can expect — feature and price wise.
To begin with the car kit it currently showing a price of $99.95, which is a little less expensive as compared to the $119.95 for the iPhone car kit.
Feature wise the TomTom car kit for the iPod touch will offer users secure docking, clear voice instructions, a line out for music playback and the ability to rotate between portrait to landscape. Additionally, and perhaps the nicest two is the built-in GPS receiver and the fact that the car kit will keep your iPod touch charged.