"The 33"-Road Bike Racing - Your watch as a power meter computer?
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11-24-09, 09:22 AM
I don't know nearly enough about this stuff to say for certain what the possibilities are.
Doesn't that device seem like something that could one day be developed to pick up ANT+ transmissions?
11-24-09, 09:56 AM
Hardware would support ANT, but the firmware doesn't. It looks like it could be adapted for ANT though. http://e2e.ti.com/forums/p/10872/49689.aspx
pass. hell, i find people who wear there HRM as a watch a tad too hardcore and/or fredelicious.
i'll stick with my speedmaster pro for now.
The garmin 310xt can work with an ant+ device, though I heard there are some transmission issues with wearing it on your left wrist (maybe they have been fixed?)
11-24-09, 07:33 PM
Its all possible and probably not that hard for most of the major manufacturers out there to integrate it into current products. Might be a popular item with triathletes, but I find devices with larger screens to be more useful, with the PT being about as small of a screen that is still easy to uses.
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