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Garmin Approach S20 is latest wearable for golfers

Garmin Approach S20 is latest wearable for golfers

Garmin has announced its new Approach S20 GPS golf watch, its latest wearable for golfers. The smartwatch comes with 40,000+ golf courses preloaded, a tracking feature to keep tabs on one’s daily activities, and notifications. The smartwatch works in conjunction with Garmin’s Connect mobile app for syncing data and presenting analyses of the games. Likewise, the wearable works with the TruSwing golf club sensor.

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Garmin Varia Vision is a headset display for cyclists

Garmin Varia Vision is a headset display for cyclists

Garmin's flagship product showing at CES 2016 is the new Varia Vision headset, a Google Glass-like display that can attach to any sunglasses to help keep cyclists safe and informed while keeping their eyes on the road. The device can be worn on either side of the head, and places a small heads-up display on the edge of the wearer's field of view, displaying things like smartphone notifications, navigation data, cycling performance, and even warnings about cars approaching from behind.

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Garmin unveils new Vivosmart fitness wearable, Index Smart Scale

Garmin unveils new Vivosmart fitness wearable, Index Smart Scale

Only a week after announcing a trio of smartwatches with heart rate monitoring capabilities, Garmin is back with a new Vivosmart HR fitness tracker, as well as its first smart scale. The new wearable not only includes a heart-rate sensor, but offers continuous monitoring all throughout the day. Along with a touchscreen, the tracker can handle several typical smartwatch functions, including notifications. Garmin's new Index Smart Scale, on the other hand, comes with its own unique health tracking features.

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Garmin debuts new Forerunner fitness watches with heart rate monitor

Garmin debuts new Forerunner fitness watches with heart rate monitor

The year of smartwatches continues to roll on, as a new set of fitness-focused wearables have just been announced by Garmin. This includes three new watches in the company's Forerunner line, all with GPS, heart rate monitoring capabilities, and features aimed at runners. The first pair is the Forerunner 235 and 230 (seen above), followed by the much more high-end Forerunner 630. The most noticable change is that all three have a color display that is 44% bigger than previous models, along with thinner bezels.

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Garmin babyCam feeds video to GPS, alerts parents

Garmin babyCam feeds video to GPS, alerts parents

Garmin has launched its new babyCam, a small cylindrical camera that works in conjunction with a Garmin GPS display. The camera, as its name suggests, is designed to display a video feed of the baby in the back seat; it is mounted on a headrest, and its angle can be adjusted. It’s a safety device as much as it is a convenience device — babies are often forgotten in a car due to falling asleep and, thusly, remaining quiet as the caregiver goes about his or her normal routine.

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Garmin Dash Cam 30 and 35 are first to offer Driver Alerts

Garmin Dash Cam 30 and 35 are first to offer Driver Alerts

Garmin has introduced a pair of new Dash Cams, the Dash Cam 30 and Dash Cam 35. The latter of those two models is the first among Garmin’s offerings to bring Driver Alerts, which give the driver a heads up about speed and red light cameras and Forward Collision Warnings. Both of the models, meanwhile, feature footage capture at WGA, 720p, and 1080p resolutions. The Dash Cam 30 has a 1.4 inch LCD, and the Dash Cam 35 has a 3 inch LCD. These join existing models in Garmin's Dash Cam product lineup.

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Garmin Montana 610, 610t Camo, 680, and 680t GPS devices support GLONASS

Garmin Montana 610, 610t Camo, 680, and 680t GPS devices support GLONASS

Outdoorsmen know that being able to find where you are and get to where you are going and back is a big deal. If you are working or playing in harsh terrain, getting lost can be the end of you. Maps are nice but many people today prefer a GPS device that is capable enough to be used outdoors. Garmin has announced that it has updated its line of Montana handhelds aimed at outdoor adventures.

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Garmin Forerunner 25 puts GPS in slimmer running watch

Garmin Forerunner 25 puts GPS in slimmer running watch

Garmin has a new GPS running watch for those who prefer their fitness wearable to look like an actual wristwatch, the Forerunner 25. Bearing a striking resemblance to Casio watches of old, the Forerunner squeezes GPS, distance and pace measurement, calorific burn count, and support for heart rate monitoring - if you're wearing the right accessory. Paired with a smartphone, meanwhile, it'll flag up notifications like calls, messages, and calendar alerts.

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Garmin HRM-Tri and HRM-Swim heart rate monitors work in water

Garmin HRM-Tri and HRM-Swim heart rate monitors work in water

Heart rate monitors have been around for years that make it easy to keep track of your heart rate while you walk or run. What has been hard to do is keep an eye on your heart rate while swimming. Garmin has now unveiled its first underwater heart rate monitors that are designed to add minimal drag. There are versions of the new heart rate monitor for the water aimed at swimmers and triathletes.

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New Garmin eTrex adds a Touch of tech to outdoor handhelds

New Garmin eTrex adds a Touch of tech to outdoor handhelds

Garmin has had navigation devices even before GPS became cool, but the onslaught of smartphones and tablets threaten its dominance. In order to keep up with the times, it has upgraded its product lines with new features to match those mobile devices. Its outdoor handhelds, for example, now have a touchscreen. Appropriately called the eTrex Touch, the new 25, 35, and 35t models offer a variety of new features to make the active life easier and enjoyable, like activity profiles and even some notifications from your smartphone.

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Garmin Edge 520 bike computer offers Strava Live Segments

Garmin Edge 520 bike computer offers Strava Live Segments

Garmin, which recently introduced its new Edge 20 and Edge 25 devices, has just taken the wraps off yet another model in the lineup, the Edge 520. As with the other models, Garmin hails this as a “bike computer” with GPS and features relevant to cyclists in particular. This is its first bike computer that comes with Strava Live Segments, and it also brings with it various connected features for an overall feature-dense and lightweight tracker. Shipping starts in Q3.

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