Hey, I'm Jason Jenkins for CNET.
CES unveils with the Schwinn Cyclenav.
Now there's lots of products either a little bit fancy and maybe [unk].
But this is something simple and basic and looks like it does the job well.
It's got three lights on the front.
Basically what happens is you set up your roots on your phone or iPad, you send it to this via Bluetooth and as you cycle along-if you want to it to turn left, the left light lights up, if you want it to turn right, the right light lights up.
Keep going straight, the other light go up.
It's got a speaker there so it shouts directions to you.
They only come through the speaker, they won't come in through the headphones because the company doesn't want it to be distracted by headphones as you're going.
It looks pretty good.
If you didn't hear the directions, there's a button here which will repeat the last direction.
It costs $59.99 and it is sale on March.
I'm Jason Jenkins for CNET.
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