Now that You know how to program ssiv I wonder if it's possible for you to invent a small low cost daily use gps watch that would have just speed and distance with usb connection just for charging.For the size it could be like any regular sport watch. So this watch would be useful for "on the go" sport activity or for race (not bulky).Or is the technology not yet far enough to have a small gps watch? If yes, am the first to buy
The GH-595 will be too big for what I am talking about. I just saying a ultra minimalist GPS watch based on a solid stylish approach and litte portability to complete the marketing or product segmentation of GS-Sport. Like if you would have a normal well designed sport watch but with one special feature: a speed and distance gps function. Nothing more, not even HR (or could it be optional?). I was thinking between 60$ and 80$ This time the challenge (the main axe or the highlight of the watch) would be it's look/appearance (to use it daily even at work and office), it's slim thickness and small aize. The usb only for charging and the plug could be included in the watch or no (see pics below) depending on battery lifetime. Of course it could compete with nike+ watch and Garmin Forerunner 110 because open to larger public.Here some example of usb connection including or not the usb plug into the watch. They are all analog but of here I am talking digital in this post:This one is GPS but hard to say if it is bulky or not:
NIce... I am sure they'll do a good job! They could put the battery (and memory??) into the bracket of the bracelet to keep the rest of the strap flexible and sportive. Target people could be those who make sport before/after work or during lunch time. So design could be class enough to be wore at office when use as normal watch (without battery strap)...
Not so far. I might have not been clear enough but my idea included dual battery. A little round battery into the watch to supply normal clock function and easily replacable by user and the strap battery to supply GPS function.
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