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Garmin Forerunner 220 and 620 running watches (0)

Not everybody wants a smartwatch, as some people like runners would prefer a simple wristwatch is GPS capability to keep track of their activities. Garmin has just released its two new running watches, namely the Garmin Forerunner 220 and 620. Both watches have similar basic functionalities. Apart from the fact they can tell time, the two wristwatches pack a 1-inch color display, an accelerometer to track motion, Bluetooth 4.0, low-energy support for smartphone syncing, and alerts in case your pace has become shaky. The Garmin Forerunner 620 takes it a bit further with its Recovery Advisor, giving runners a rough estimate on how much rest they need to take before taking on the next run around the city. It also has WiFi syncing, just in case they do not bring their smartphones along, as well as the ability estimate the maximum amount of oxygen their bodies need while in motion. The Garmin Forerunner 220 would cost you $249, while the Forerunner 620 is priced at $399. Source: TechCrunch Read More

Garmin VIRB Action Camera gives GoPro a worthy rival (0)

GoPro may be the leader in the "action sports camera" category, Garmin is determined to change that its very own action camera. It may sound unusual for a company known for its GPS navigation to come up with the Garmin VIRB action camera, but they did. Just like the GoPro cameras, the Garmin VIRB can record 1080p video for as much as three hours on a single battery charge. It has, however, something else only one variety of GoPro can offer: rugged design. Similar to GoPro Hero3, Garmin's new action camera is designed to endure accidental drops, extreme temperatures, getting submerged underwater for up to 30 minutes. Because of its design, the Garmin VIRB can be mistaken for a small camcorder. This action camera also sports ANT+, Garmin's propriety wireless technology that allows Garmin hardware to communicate with each other while consuming less energy. This means that you can control your Garmin camera using the Fenix wristwatch or any other product under the brand. The Garmin VIRB can also be controlled remotely, but that would have to wait until 2014. It sports a large Record switch that lets you easily check if the camera is on Record mode, microSD card slot, a microHDMI port, and a small screen that uses ambient light to illuminate what is on display. On the software side, Garmin has said the VIRB can correct excessive shakiness and fish-eye effects in its video clips. Available beginning September, the Garmin VIRB action camera starts at $300 for the basic model, while the VIRB Elite costs $400. The Elite model includes WiFi connectivity and links to your smartphone through Garmin's iPhone or Android app. Source: Mashable Read More

Garmin HUD (0)

Most cars today now have GPS as a standard feature. More and more people have become more dependent on it for getting directions. It is a convenient way to avoid getting lost. But the problem with most in-car GPS devices is that drivers most of the time have to take their eyes off the road to check the GPS console for data. Those brief seconds of turning the focus away from the road can be dangerous. This problem with standard GPS consoles requires a safer solution. Garmin may have found it through the Garmin HUD. The Garmin HUD is a safer solution for drivers not taking their eyes off the road when checking out their GPS data. It is a portable head-up display that allows drivers to keep their eyes on the road at all times even while checking their GPS for directions and other information. This device allows GPS data to display right on the windshield and always in the line of sight of the road. The device projects the data into a transparent film on the windshield or using an attached reflector lens. By doing so, it prevent drivers from taking their focus away from the road. The Garmin HUD also provides the most essential data that the driver may need without getting too complicated. It provides the data on current speed, speed limit, and display turn arrows and the distance to the next turn. It also provides data on the estimated time of arrival. It can even alert the driver if he is going over the speed limit. The Garmin HUD can obtain GPs data from a smartphone or other Bluetooth-enabled device running the Garmin StreetPilot or the NAVIGON app. The device pairs wirelessly to a compatible Bluetooth iOS, Android or Windows Phone 8 device. The Garmin HUD is slated to be available this summer. It is expected to cost around US$130. Image Source: Garmin Read More

Garmin Announces New Garmin 10 GPS Watch (1)

Garmin introduces its new GPS watch. The Garmin Forerunner 10 is designed to give the "grab and go" sport watches from Nike and Polar a run for their money. This new sports watch features training modes like "Virtual Pacer," as well as auto pause settings and a run/ walk break for novice runners. Its onscreen display shows the wearer's speed, distance traveled, amount of training time, and calories burned. It comes in a variety of bright colors including pink, green, and the standard black. The Garmin Forerunner 10 GPS sports watch will be available this fall for only $129 a pop. Source: TechCrunch Read More

Garmin fenix GPS Watch (1)

It seems that wrist watches nowadays should have more features other than just telling time in order to become more relevant. With many other portable devices that now offer the same function, watches may just be relegated to being a fashion piece nowadays. But with the Garmin fenix, a GPS feature is added to make it a more useful device once again. The Garmin fenix GPS Watch is a convenient wrist watch that houses a GPS receiver and other related functions. It is designed for outdoor enthusiasts and can be used to guide people on a trail or back to safety in case they get lost. The GPS navigation features of the watch are easy to use and are packed with other features such as an altimeter, barometer and a 3 axis electronic compass. It also has a temperature sensor, is waterproof and offers wireless unit to unit communication to allow for sharing tracks with other Garmin fenix users. This handy GPS watch is expected to be available by the 3rd quarter of this year. It is expected to cost around US$400. Image Source: Garmin Read More

Garmin Forerunner 610 Touchscreen GPS Watch (2)

Wristwatches are now being designed nowadays not just to tell time anymore. They are now being equipped with other functions that make them even more useful than ever before. And it won't hurt giving them some bit of upgrade as well, much like what the new Garmin Forerunner 610 GPS Watch offers. Garmin recently came out with its new Forerunner 610 GPS Watch. Primarily designed for avid runners, it features a touchscreen display to navigate through the features of the watch instead of the usual buttons found on the sides. Now, that is a welcome upgrade. Aside from that the Forerunner 610 GPS Watch can also provide runners with info about their pace, distance and time when running. It can also be used to monitor heart rate as well as track training intensity when following a fitness program. And a watch that is weather-proof, it is quite worthy for wearing outdoors, even while running in the rain. The Garmin Forerunner 610 is available at Garmin for US$350. Image Source: Garmin Read More

Garmin chirp Makes Geocaching Interesting (2)

Garmin unveils the chirp Geocaching Device, which aims to create a more convenient way to practice geocaching, which is considered as a modern-day, high-tech hide-and-seek game. It works by arming yourself with a GPS and, with the help of geocaching web sites, find hidden containers stored outdoors called geocaches, before sharing your experiences online. According to Dan Bartel, vice-president of worldwide sales on Garmin, geocachers have a new tool to enhance the joys of making and hiding geocaches Chirp, which is available now (for $22.99), is described thus by Garmin’s Dan Bartel, vice-president of worldwide sales: "With Chirp, geocachers have a new tool to enhance the joys of creating and finding caches around the globe. In listening to and participating in the vibrant geocaching community, Garmin created a one-of-a-kind device that builds on popular innovations such as paperless geocaching and downloading cache details directly to the device." The chirp is sized slightly bigger than an American quarter. It transmists geocaching data to any of your Garmin handheld device to help users get into the hidden stuff, as well as important data like coordinates, how many times a cache has been found before, among others. Garmin chirp is now available at authorized retailers, costing US$22.99. Source: CrunchGear Read More

T-Mobile Garminfone Now Official (0)

The fruit of the Garmin-Asus-T-Mobile partnership is now available. The Garminfone, which looks very similar to the nuvifone A50, is packed with a 3-megapixel autofocus camera, microSD expansion of up to 32GB, WiFi, and full HSPA. It also comes bundled with a charging dash/ windshield mount. It is expected to be launched “later this Spring,” according to official reports. Source: Engadget Related articles T-Mobile Garminfone Goes Official ( T-Mobile's New Garminfone Trumps Google Navigation ( GarminFone Gets Official For T-Mobile, Brings Android Love, Full HSPA ( Read More

Garmin Forerunner 110 Sports Watch (0)

The Garmin Forerunner 110 sports watch is anything but ordinary. It is one of those watches that offer more than just telling time. This is the type watch that fitness and marathon buffs usually use to help them keep track of their fitness activities more efficiently. Garmin has been know for its GPS devices. That technology is something that they have included in the Forerunner 110. For avid runners, this sports watch enables them to keep track of their time and pace more accurately. With the help of GPS technology, pressing the start button on the watch right before starting may be all it takes to keep track of pace, time and distance of the day's run. Simplicity is one feature that would be most wanted and is being offered on the Garmin Forerunner 110 sports watch. The Garmin Forerunner 110 has just been recently announced and may be arriving at retail stores soon. Unfortunately, there is no mention so far on how much it would cost. Image Source: Businesswire Read More

Garmin-Asus nuvifone A50 (0)

A new alliance has entered into the mobile phone industry. Garmin, a company known for manufacturing GPS navigation devices and ASUSTek, a company known for their net books and PC's, have come together to form Garmin-Asus to make smart phones. Recently, the new alliance has announced that they are coming up with the Garmin-Asus nuvifone A50. The Garmin-Asus nuvifone A50 is an Android-powered smart phone that combines both a GPS navigation device with features of a modern mobile phone. GPS technology used in the device is fully integrated, making it able to provide navigation features without affecting its use as a smart phone. Both features can be used at the same time, so to speak. The Garmin-Asus nuvifone A50 is expected to be made available sometime in the first half of this year. There is no news yet on how much it will cost the consumer to have this unique smart phone. Image Source: Garmin-Asus Read More

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