Thursday, January 13, 2011

GPS Sports Watch from Nike and TomTom

Nike and TomTom are to release a sports watch with a touchscreen display and integrated GPS, available from April 2011 onwards.

The touchscreen display is intended to make it easy for runners to check their progress en-route, while TomTom's GPS system can track and map each run.

The watch combines traditional timer features with personal bests and a nag feature to get runners pounding the ground, as well as a handy USB port that lets users upload run data to the Nike+ network for sharing and comparison.

It can also link up with a Nike+ Sensor attached to a running shoe, or a compatible heart-rate monitor for more detailed readouts.

See more on the Nike+ SportWatch GPS at


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