Accessories experts Lezyne, who make some of the finest pumps, tools and lights on the market, have launched three GPS-ready computers at the Taipei Cycle Show.
The Mini, Power and Super GPS units will cost £109.99, £139.99 and £159.99 respectively when they hit the shops in mid-June.
Lezyne are saying that, at just 33.4 x 50.8 x 22.5mm and weighing a featherweight 30g, the Mini GPS is the smallest GPS-enabled bike computer on the market. It has a claimed run time of 10 hours, can store up to 100 hours of ride data and is rechargeable via a micro USB port.
Moving on up, the Power GPS adds Bluetooth Smart connectivity with 22 hours of battery life. It’ll hold twice as much ride data, capable of storing 200 hours. The bonus of that added connectivity is that it’ll give you call, text and email notifications when paired with a smartphone, as well as connecting to Bluetooth enabled heart-rate straps, sensors and power meters. To supplement the GPS antenna, it has a second Glonass chip for faster and more accurate position tracking.
At the top of the range, the Super GPS doubles the amount of data collection again, giving you 400 hours of storable ride time. Plus it adds ANT+ connectivity on top of the Bluetooth Smart, which means it’ll be able to communicate with pretty much anything on the market in the way of accessories.
The Super and Power computers will both connect with Lezyne’s own smartphone app, available for either iOS or Android, and there’s also GPS Root, an online platform specifically designed for the new units.