Tag - Golf
Garmin has expanded its wearable device range aimed at sports enthusiasts, with an item designed for use on golf courses. The Approach X40 is a GPS-equipped golf band that can help a golfer track how well they are playing a round, and provide assistance when making shot choices, with it also providing a number of standard tracking functions more typically associated with other similar-looking fitness bands.
Have you ever been golfing, and hit your ball into a sand trap? Have you ever wondered why golf courses aren't made entirely out of sand? If you're looking to live the thrilling experience of golfing in sand and sand alone, we're here to offer you the most "realistic" sand-based golfing simulation game we've found yet: Desert Golfing.
Mobile sports performance evaluation developers Mobiplex has announced the availability of the SwingTIP ProView App, the next generation of software that complements its wireless motion sensor for golf swing improvement. ProView plus the SwingTIP device provides mobile golf swing analysis and training with new auto-video capture and 3D power and plane analysis features, as well as enhanced 3D swing analysis, training and club head impact metrics.
The first look at the entry-level HTC handset known as the Golf has now been offered by PocketNow. The render shows a small device that looks like a shorter, stouter version of the One X. The Android 4.0 phone will likely be called the Wildfire C when it launches later this spring. Its rear three-megapixel camera should be complemented by a front-facing one of unknown resolution, which is uncommon for the price point it's expected to come in at.
An upcoming entry-level handset from HTC, codenamed the Golf, has been outed by a test photo taken by its three-megapixel camera. Found by PocketNow, the image's EXIF data and other sources reveal the handset will ship with Android 4.0 onboard. The hardware specs are said to include a CPU with a clock speed of less than 1GHz and a 3.5-inch display with a 320x240 resolution.
Garmin has unveiled its latest premium flagship navigation devices, the nuvi 3500 series. The 3590LMT and 3550LM are Garmin's first to use five-inch displays, and automatically reorient to the user's preference of either portrait and landscape mode. They also have Garmin's latest navigation engine, which features faster route calculation and realistic displays of interchanges and exits.