Geez, I’m not so sure if Black Friday deals mean anything in the GPS industry anymore. GPS prices continue to erode as mobile navigation continues its ascent–the latter bolstered by Google’s recent announcement revealing a future of free turn-by-turn GPS direction software. This year we’re seeing the cheapest prices ever for GPS devices, the plummeting led by TomTom’s ONE 125SE which is selling for a ridiculously low $59, and followed up by the TomTom ONE 325SE for $89 (both of which will be available at Walmart beginning at 5AM tomorrow morning). Garmin is standing a little bit stronger with its lowest price point this Black Friday at $79.
The TomTom ONE 125SE sports a 3.5-inch touchscreen, text-to-speech, preloaded maps of the United States, a POI database, and an included TomTom Easy Mount. The step-up TomTom ONE 325SE has a larger 4.3-inch touchscreen, while both have Map Share, 30 days of free map updates, and are traffic-ready though the service and its associated fuel price database are optional.