MacBook Air: Sottile e potente.

MacBookAir
11" 128GB
1.029,00 €
Categoria:MacBook Air
Schermo:
  • Display LED da 11,6"
Processore:
  • Intel Core i5 dual-core a 1,4GHz
Memoria:
  • 4GB LPDDR3
Archiviazione:
  • Unità flash PCIe da 128GB
Grafica:
  • Intel HD Graphics 5000
Batteria:
  • Batteria integrata ai polimeri di litio da 38 wattora
MacBook Air 11": 1,4GHz   128GB
  • Intel Core i5 dual-core a 1,4GHz
  • Turbo Boost fino a 2,7GHz
  • 4GB di SDRAM LPDDR3 a 1600MHz
  • Unità flash PCIe da 128GB
  • Tastiera retroilluminata
  • Manuale utente (Italiano)
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Autore: Tony
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Thanks for the detailed reveiw. This is great as always. I've some concerns whether to choose the footpod + bike sensor or the GPS pod and the RCX5 model. I'm a triathlete recently preparing for my first IM and want to get detailed training data. For running I'd need a tool which could give me accurate pace(speed) under every kind of conditions, and done28099t really prefer the 2-3 sec delay which generally comes on most of the GPS devices. Usually I run in wooded area so GPS won't really work always as I experienced with a borrowed GF 305. For cycling I'd definitely like the ability to analyze my route on the map and so on, but since I always got my GPS cell phone in my back pocket I guess ite28099d collect the same data as the polar GPS sensor and the WIND speed sensor would give all the data during the training which I need. Are you aware of any software or internet page which could match the GPS data which my phone collected (elevation data also available) with the training data which is stored in ppt? There would be no need to carry an additional tool in my pocket (G5 sensor). Thanks for the help.

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