I found this tight GPS unit for bicycles from Mainnav at CES! You can see where you rode on Google Earth after you ride!
After dropping off the bike at the Intel booth, I went to the Sands Expo hall. This is the same place where Interbike is held every year, so it seems familiar. The Sands was filled with a lot of the smaller companies with much modest booths than Samsung, Hitachi, and Mircrosoft.
There I found the MG-950d GPS unit for bicycling. It’s got a lot of cycling features, but one cool new thing is the software for plotting your ride on Google Earth. You can then click on various points on your ride and get your time, speed, and altitude at that point. Brilliant!
The unit features a magnetic mount for stem or handlebar.
You can find more info at the Mainnav site. Thanks to Cecily Huang for the demo!…
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