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Nike+ SportWatch GPS

Powered by TomTom

Sporty color scheme

Integrated USB connection

Memory LCD display

Physical controls

TomTom and Nike joined forces at CES to announce the SportWatch GPS. It features TomTom GPS inside and, when used in tandem with the included Nike+ shoe sensor, tracks position and pace data while running.
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Aimed squarely at Garmin's Forerunner GPS watch, the SportWatch GPS benefits from integration with Nike's established Nike+ software package and community.
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The SportWatch GPS is TomTom's first "outdoor" product. The watch features an interesting black on green design and a waterproof casing that can be worn in the rain or in the shower.
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Nike+ data is synced to Nike's online hub for runners at Nikeplus.com using this clever USB connection hidden in the SportWatch GPS' strap.
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The unit uses a memory LCD display that can be tapped to activate a backlight. When running, users can also tap the watch to mark laps without having to aim for small buttons.
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The unit features a simple three-button control scheme, two buttons for scrolling up and down and a single green button for selection. Nike and TomTom claim that they wanted to keep the interface simple. Based on our inspection, we think they were fairly successful.
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