Depending on what mode you've chosen, audio cues will report your distance, speed, calories burned, elevation, average pace, battery status (the Adeo is rated for 6 hours), and more. When you're finished, you can connect the device to your PC and save or even upload the data to a complimentary Web account and see your route using a Google map. The Motion Lingo Adeo works only outside, so it won't do you any good if you're running on an indoor track or using a stationary cycle. The packages include a belt holder that fits your Adeo and a portable player, although we found it uncomfortable. We stuffed them both in a Marware Sportsuit armband case instead.
If you have problems, the support section of the Web site includes tutorials, FAQs, and an e-mail support form. The company doesn't offer a support phone number. The product comes with a one-year limited warranty.
The Motion Lingo Adeo makes excellent use of GPS data for training and should be a real boon to long-distance athletes. We'd love to see the next version improve the user experience.