Netherlands: TomTom on Tuesday launched its TomTom RIDER 410, a portable navigation device for motorcycles. Build on the success of TomTom RIDER 400, the upgrade comes with a range of new features, including Lifetime World Maps, route planning with TomTom MyDrive, and roundtrip planning.
The device will be available in two versions: TomTom RIDER 410 (RRP €399), and the TomTom RIDER 410 Premium Pack (RRP €499). The premium pack version will feature a Car Mounting Kit, Anti-theft Solution and Travel Carry Case.
The launch comes as TomTom marks the 10th anniversary of the very first RIDER, and to celebrate, the new RIDER 410 Great Rides Edition comes with Lifetime World Maps1 and 100 of Europe’s most thrilling routes preinstalled and pretested by Tourenfahrer, one of the biggest route providers in Europe.
In additional features, it has the ability to simply rotate the device to portrait view to see more of the bends ahead. Riders can also accept calls through the device, and can keep their eyes on the road with instructions through a Bluetooth helmet audio system.
The TomTom RIDER 410 also comes with Lifetime TomTom Traffic2 and Lifetime Speed Cameras3 at no extra cost, as well as a glove-friendly, waterproof screen that responds instantly to touch. The device will be available in markets as well as online from 8th April 2016.