iPad Air: potenza di un computer

Wi-Fi + Cellular
519,00 €
Categoria:iPad Air
  • Argento/Grigio Siderale
  • 16GB
  • Retina Display LED da 9,7"
  • 2048x1536 a 264 ppi
  • Chip A7 a 64 bit
  • Coprocessore di movimento M7
  • iSight da 5 megapixel
Scheda SIM:
  • Nano SIM
iPad Air: 16 GB Wi-Fi + Cellular
iPad Air è spesso appena 7,5 mm e pesa meno di 500 grammi. Con il suo guscio unibody in alluminio è solido e robusto, ma leggerissimo nelle tue mani. Lo spettacolare display Retina ha oltre 3,1 milioni di pixel, un milione in più rispetto a un televisore HD, Il chip A7 con architettura a 64 bit è potentissimo e consuma pochissimo.
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Autore: Geishaa
Just job on the review. I love Polar. Last year I takeld to you about Sporttrack vs. Polar and I got the idea you didn't understand what I hoped to do, now I see why. You have really tightly structured workouts, which is great, but I do lots of work on road stage simulations with lots of sporadic yet still structured goals. I need to be able to create adhoc reports and to calculate times on certain sections of the hills for example.If you go in to the *.HRM files in Polar Windows software, you can choose any of the samples (where ever your sample rate is records their the samples) and create laps from any of them after you complete your work. In other words, you are not dependent on hitting the lap button.I would like to be able to do this on my Garmin Edge 500 and Forerunner 305.Any suggestions? It seems like I can't even find the supposed samples my devices record. I set the sampling rates for each second, but where do I find this and how can I create adhoc reports, as though adding my own lap button press event if that makes sense yet.Thanks for the great work you do. I like the new watch, but the new GPS also works with the CS600X, which for me is the best model, time for me to change back I think to Polar, but I'd like to try to get better reports for the year or so I have recorded only with Garmin.Thanks again, Chris