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TomTom, provider of GPS devices and digital maps, today announced that it was bringing classic Looney Tunes celebrity voices to its navigation devices.

Available now are the voices of Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam. Coming in October are the voices of Daffy Duck and Sylvester while Pepé Le Pew fans will have to wait until November.

All Looney Tunes voices will be available in English for $12.95.

Visit www.tomtom.com/looneytunes to hear clips
 

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Cool, Although personally I have always preferred the computerized voices that can speak (albeit some poorly) the names of the streets.

Nice for Looney Toons fans and for those who like to customize their GPS voice.
 

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The last one they came out with Yoda which I think would be amusing
 

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I listened to the clip for Yosemite Sam and it just isn't close enough to the original voice for me.

I realize that Mel Blanc is no longer available, but if they could get Roger Ebert's "voice" back- why not Mel's?
 

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I hope Taz won't be one that will be used!
 
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