Not many small wearable tech boasts built-in GPS. Microsoft Band is among the first to adopt a built-in GPS but why the rarity is obvious: because today’s GPS module is small, but not tiny enough to be fitted into really small gadgets, and even it could, power consumption and accuracy could be questionable. We cannot […]
there are smartwatches that claims to do what fitness watches can, and then there are fitness watches like the Garmin Forerunner 920XT Multisport GPS Watch that aims to take back fitness tracking with detailed tracking and give you some basic smartwatch functionality too, so you don’t have to wear two wrist-worn gadgets (that will be […]
mobile phone, much less a smartphone, is definitely not something parents want for their kids, but then again, mobile communication device has proven to be a valuable link between your kids and you when he or she is out having fun. and when we speak of kids, we do mean the little ones and not […]
going off the grid? then you might want to keep the DeLorme inReach SE Satellite Communicator handy next time you do so. you know? in case of emergency, or perhaps to help you in navigating your way around unfamiliar grounds so that you don’t need to lug along a separate GPS device. the InReach Explorer does pretty much everything the SE does, including messaging, tracking and packs SOS capabilities, plus it also doubles as a handy GPS device that lets you view, create and navigate routes and way points. included is a map that displays the routes, waypoints, tracks and messages geo-located onscreen which function like breadcrumbs of sort for backtracking or self-rescue. additionally, there are a bunch of sensors including digital compass, barometric altimeter and accelerometer offering accurate information like heading and bearing, elevation, speed and more.
fitness band or watch that doesn’t track your heart rate don’t quite make it as the perfect fitness monitor, do they? and when we say ‘track heart rate’, we don’t mean strapping a cumbersome, sweat-absorbing contraption to your chest – we meant doing it right off the wrist and that’s precisely what the TomTom Runner Cardio…
blame it on our watches that we have to depend on smartphones to tell time, because smartphone is smart – the time changes according to where we are in the world, but watch doesn’t. however, with the Seiko Astron GPS Solar Watch, changing the time on your watch to…
without dash cams, we wouldn’t have witnessed the meteorite splattering over the city of Chelyabinsk in Russia last year. i mean who would have a camcorder always on standby to capture such an incident? probably no one. anyway, the moral of the story is this:
we are living in an advanced world and thus, pulling out a digital map for direction is a common thing. however, if you are embarrassed by the fact that you needed a map to get around a place, or simply feels that whipping a device out is a hassle, the GPS Shoes by Dominic Wilcox might be a God-sent gadget for your feet and wherever you are heading.
when training on your own, a wearable fitness tracker would be a great help, but not just any tracker, it has to be something like the Adidas miCoach SMART RUN Watch. despite being a small wrist-worn device, this smartwatch is as competent as a fitness tracker could ever be, which is why Adidas has boldly claim that the miCoach SMART RUN