With all the new technology abound, it will not be a surprise when the dedicated automotive GPS units will find its death. Fortunately for Garmin, the company still produces integrated products and apps which will help them move into other markets in the future. For now, the company has developed a new baby dubbed as the Fenix.
The new GPS watch highlights in global positioning feature which aims to attract rich globe-trotters in the market. It also feature a GPS receiver which allows users to adjust time and sensors, find a needed route, show you the way to your destination and vice versa. This particular gadget also includes an altimeter, compass, barometer, Bluetooth connectivity and an optional external ANT temperature sensor.
Of course, consumers should expect that the Fenix will function quite adequately as an average watch because of its backlit LCD which displays the time and date in large characters. On the other hand, which all the instruments included in one watch, you should expect it to look a bigger than the average watch. Some say it will not really fit well with classy outfits since it is mainly designed for the great outdoors.
The Fenix is set to be released next month. And if you want to get your hands on one then you need to cash out about $400 for retail. More details on the video below.