By Toby Hill
LAGUNA HILLS, Calif. (BRAIN) — Lezyne goes bigger in GPS, GT tunes up its suspension for trail and all-mountain, and Magura pulls the lever on a grip of new offerings in BRAIN’s latest roundup of new products.
Lezyne will introduce its new Mega series of GPS cycling computers at Eurobike. The California-based company launched its first GPS devices in 2015, and says the new Mega XL and Mega C units represent a new level of sophistication and performance while still maintaining value pricing at retail.
In addition to full mapping capabilities, both devices have larger displays and longer battery run times (48 hours for Mega XL, 32 hours for Mega C). The Mega C features a 240 x 320-pixel color screen, while the Mega XL has a 240 x 400-pixel high-resolution screen. The Mega XL can also be oriented vertically or horizontally. The larger screens display up to 10 data fields across five pages on the Mega XL and up to eight data fields across five pages on the Mega C.
Maps can be downloaded and transferred to the Mega GPS devices using Lezyne’s GPS Root website or GPS Ally phone app, both of which are …read more