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Garmin eTrex 20x, 30x handheld GPS bring high-res displays

Garmin eTrex 20x, 30x handheld GPS bring high-res displays

Garmin has announced an update to its eTrex handheld GPS devices, the eTrex 20X and 30X. A lot of the features of the original handhelds, as well as their design (more or less), are retained in the upgraded versions, but they bring with them some notable improvements, perhaps the most important of which are high-resolution displays. Both units are designed for outdoor use, including being both water-resistant and rugged, and feature a 2.2-inch high-resolution display that can be read in sunlight.

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Garmin nuviCam packs dash cam, GPS in one device

Garmin nuviCam packs dash cam, GPS in one device

GPS navigation, smartphone mount, dash cam — your car’s dash can get cluttered with tech, and quickly. Garmin is hoping to organize your dash a bit, and are introducing a two-in-one GPS navigation unit and dash cam. The nuviCam isn’t two separate devices in one housing, though. The dash cam works in unison with your GPS unit, and can log data in the case of an accident. You can also link your smartphone to nuviCam for hands-free calling, and Garmin will keep you from getting sidetracked with their driver awareness features.

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Garmn Vector 2, 2S make cycling power metrics easier to do

Garmn Vector 2, 2S make cycling power metrics easier to do

You might know Garmin to be more of a navigation technology company, but two years ago it debuted a Vector line of products that focused not on getting where you're going but on how you are getting there. The first Vector in 2013, followed by the Vector S a year later, are bike pedals that helped cyclists get a hold of their performance stats. Today, Garmin is stepping up, no pun intended, with the launch of the 2nd generation Vector 2 and Vector 2S pedals, now made even easier to install and remove.

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Garmin intros VIRB X, VIRB XE for action shots anywhere you go

Garmin intros VIRB X, VIRB XE for action shots anywhere you go

GoPro is not the only company that wants to let you capture footage from anywhere in the world. Garmin is also involved in the action camera segment, and today announces updates to their VIRB lineup. The VIRB X and VIRB XE cameras bring HD video and pixel-dense still image capture in a small form factor. They’re also waterproof to 50 meters, and have a “variety of built-in sensors” like GPS, an accelerometer, and gyroscope. The lineup starts at $299.99.

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Garmin Approach S5 golf watch improves your game

Garmin Approach S5 golf watch improves your game

Last June, Garmin introduced its Approach S6 golf watch for, quite obviously, pro and hobbyist golfers. With that watch came features tailored specifically for the sport, and now the company is back with its new Approach S5 golf watch, a very similar model with a slimmer price tag and pre-loaded CourseView maps. In addition to the golf features and Garmin Connect support, the watch also includes some typical smart features when paired with a smartphone, including email, text, and call notifications.

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Wearables of CES 2015: more watch, less smart

Wearables of CES 2015: more watch, less smart

With CES winding down, the SlashGear crew now has some time to take a step back and consider what just happened. We learned a lot, saw a lot, and walked away mostly excited for the future. The Internet of Things is still alive and well, but there’s another topic we’d like to discuss today: wearables. the darling of CES 2014 came back to us in 2015 as well, but we’re starting to get a better idea of where the genre is going.

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CES Day 1: 4K is here to stay, Lenovo douses the competition

CES Day 1: 4K is here to stay, Lenovo douses the competition

If you thought CES was dead, you’re wrong. It’s not the over-the-top extravaganza it once was, but there are still plenty of interesting things to be found. On day one, some heavy hitters brought their arsenal out, giving us something to think about for the rest of the week. TVs were a big deal (literally), while we also got a look at some new phones. In case you weren’t sure, CES also made it clear that 4K is the new normal.

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CES 2015 brings new Garmin Vivofit, stylish bands

CES 2015 brings new Garmin Vivofit, stylish bands

CES always delights if you’re looking for new products, and Garmin never disappoints. Lately, the leader in GPS technology has been focussing on wearables, and this year is no different. At CES 2015, the company is announcing updates to their Vivofit lineup, bringing in a few new features while keeping the legacy functionality put. Vivofit also has some new style options to make it more appealing for your activity, no matter what it is. If you haven’t been paying attention to Garmin for your wearable needs, now may be a good time to start.

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Garmin rolls out Fenix 3, Epix wearables with new software platform

Garmin rolls out Fenix 3, Epix wearables with new software platform

With a renewed focus on wearables, Garmin is again bringing their activity-focussed wrist-worn devices to CES. This time around, we’re getting two new devices meant to keep you on track and track your whereabouts. The Fenix 3 is meant for those who lead “a rigorous lifestyle”, while the Epix hands-free navigation device keeps you on-track even when you’re off the grid. With the wearables, Garmin is also introducing their Connect IQ platform, an open-source forum for Developers to create apps specifically for Garmin products.

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Oakley Airwave 1.5 HUD goggles add Garmin camera support

Oakley Airwave 1.5 HUD goggles add Garmin camera support

Oakley's Airwave HUD goggles have been refreshed to bring in support for Garmin's VIRB Elite action camera, adding wireless pairing between the two devices for easy integration. Called the Airwave 1.5 goggles, this updated pair from Oakley uses Garmin's action cam to bring a live video feed to the HUD and doubles as a remote for controlling the camera (and it's glove friendly, Oakley promises). By utilizing the camera's GPS sensor, the goggles can also show location information, fleshing out the data available to wearers.

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