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Sigma shipping GPS bike computer

Published September 12, 2013

ST. CHARLES, IL (BRAIN) — Sigma is now shipping its first GPS-enabled bike computers, the ROX 10.0. 


The ROX 10.0 has GPS, ANT+ and power features. It offers route guidance and navigation, in addition to speed, cadence, altitude and heart rate functions.

The included Sigma Data Center 3  software can be used to download and analyze ride data, create routes or share your rides on any site that uses .FIT or .GPX files.  The computer is also compatible with ANT+ power meters for added training data.  

It has a 1.7-inch LCD display and a "super bright "backlight. The Li-ion battery is charged with a standard micro USB cable and promises 13-plus hours of use per charge.

MSRP for the ROX 10.0 without transmiters is $199. With transmitters it's $299. 

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