iPad Mini 3: Tecnologia in una mano

64GB
Wi-Fi
499,00 €
Categoria:iPad Mini 3
Colore:
  • Grigio Siderale/Argento/Oro
Memoria:
  • 64GB
Display:
  • Retina Display LED da 7,9"
Risoluzione:
  • 2048x1536 a 326 ppi
Processore:
  • Chip A7 a 64 bit
  • Coprocessore di movimento M7
Fotocamera:
  • iSight da 5 megapixel
Touch ID:
  • Sensore di impronte digitali
Scheda SIM:
  • NO
iPad Mini 3: 64 GB Wi-Fi
Ora anche iPad mini 3 ha la rivoluzionaria tecnologia Touch ID, che riconosce la tua impronta digitale per garantirti una sicurezza senza precedenti. Puoi sbloccare il tuo iPad mini con un tocco, ma non solo: con Touch ID fare acquisti su iTunes, iBooks e App Store è ancora più facile e sicuro.
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Autore: Ayumi
I used Polar ProTrainer 5 in Windows when I was using a Polar S625X. Then I switched to SportTracks baseuce ease of aggregating data from multiple sources (polar + gps) and I could benefit of plenty of plugins.Then I switched to mac and I got lost as Polar (I-don't-know-why) don't support OS X. I've tried SportTracks 2 running natively on Mac using Mono Project () but there were problems with windows visualization as you navigated the app and was useless (I don't know if ST3.1 actually works with Mono). So I changed to a Windows virtual machine running my good old pals Polar ProTrainer and SportTracks. I tried Ascent (correct) and TrailRunnerX (nice interface but simple).Now I've switched to Garmin with a 910XT and I'm using Garmin Connect (although is too simple for analysis and that a triathlon ends up as 5 workouts!?). What I like from GC is that it's easy and I can access it from Mac, Windows, Linux even Android! I have a little app to update fit data from my Tanita not-ant body composition scale.In fact, in my new macbook I'm thinking of going to Windows VM with SportTracks again as I could integrate historical data and keep track of gear use (apart of plenty of plugins)

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