As I pointed out last month, the TomTom kit has a GPS unit on it and therefore could turn a garden variety iPod touch into a TomTom.  Today we learn it has.

You’ll, of course, need the kit for it to be worth a hill of beans…unless that new camera toting iPod coming next month has a GPS unit inside – you know, to tag those photos with GPS coordinates?  Yep.

Google Machine translated:

We wanted to learn more and offer a small interview with Yann Lafargue, public relations manager at Tomtom, answering our questions. And good news, support GPS expected soon, which loads its own good chip will work with the iPod Touch and even with the Tomtom software competitors. 

TomTom, now for iPod touch (App store link)

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