Garmin Forerunner 305 GPS Receiver With Heart Rate Monitor

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(added 16 Apr 2011)

Garmin can truly claim for its productive latest gadget - Garmin Forerunner 305 GPS Receiver with Heart Rate Monitor – primarily a GPS receiver yet adding a Monitor that is meant for checking the heart rate, with a price tag of USD 299.99.

The new series of Garmin appears has taken the lead by producing a cost-effective and impressive gadget that has greater sway over other GPS receivers, is now before you, and committed to satisfy you with its tools and trendy features.

This avant-garde gadget is a big milestone in the field of technological advancements, as a GPS reader that is lending precise reader of different maps and exact tracker of locations thereby adding a latest technological support – the heart rate monitor.  Thus this development can truly be ascribed to a major achievement in the field of GPS technology and designing domain.

This wrist-strapped gadget with its model of 305 comes along a wireless monitor of heart-rate, and this can easily be linked to Garmin’s cable-less bicycle speed as well as cadence sensor.

The latest GPS 305 series is predominantly an elementary mapping as well as location finding tool that is aimed to advance and upgrade the past GPS technology like GPS 301 – that has already set a standard by providing a highly precise evaluation of heart rate, the best spot tracking functionality as well as a significant GPS reception feature, in wrist-strapped style, brought ahead by Garmin.

Garmin by devising a latest model GPS model 301 had already reached to the peak of technological advancements in GPS domain, yet it made an additional leap – by adding many more additions in GPS 305, by removing any possible glitches of the past series – GPS 301.

Basic Specs of GPS 305
GPS type: High-sensitivity SiRFstarIII architecture
Screen size: 1.3in by 0.8in
Resolution level: 160 by 100 pixels
Type of screen: 4-level gray FSTN with LED backlighting
Additional mechanism: Heart rate monitor
Battery: Rechargeable lithium ion, Daily use - up to 10 hours

(added 16 Apr 2011) / 2504 views

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