Looking for a way to see how effective your bike rides are, but don’t want to carry your expensive smartphone around with you? Garmin has come up with the Edge 200 Cycling GPS for that very purpose. Lightweight and stylish, the Edge 200 has a high-sensitivity GPS receiver, requires no calibration, can be easily set up and removed, and is resistant to all types of weather.
The Edge 200 functions as a device that lets users easily track their speed, distance, time and calories. It’s designed in such a way that all you need to do is hit “start” and start cycling – which is great for not-so tech-savvy folks who don’t want to deal with pressing a million buttons before they start their journey. The Edge 200 then plugs into a computer through its USB port for charging and transferring data which can be analyzed.
The Edge 200 will be available in later this year and will have a suggested retail price of $149.99. Find out more.
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