Updating multiple gps with one garmin disk
Today (well, technically last night, just barely) Garmin announced the latest addition to their bike computer lineup – the Garmin Touring.
I had a chance to spend time with the product team last April and give them a bunch of feedback on it based on the early stages of development.
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The Touring will be available in the Fall of this year.
Next up we have navigation to nearby points of interest (POI’s).
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The Touring is really focused on a few core feature areas:– Creation of impromptu round trip routes (not seen before on the Garmin fitness lineup) – Navigation to and between POI’s (points of interest) – Basic ride display information (i.e.
speed/distance/time/HR/ascent/elevation)Outside of these core areas much of the more advanced functionality found in other Edge units has been stripped out.