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5.8 out of 10

Nike iPod Sport Kit

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Overall 8

Expert Review

14 July 2006
  • Conclusion: My last workout for this review was more realistic -- I wore shorts and ran a two-mile workout (see stats above). I'm going on a longer run to record the accuracy of the pedometer (will report later), but in general, the system seems accurate. The Sport Kit does not use GPS, unlike other fitness systems, and relies on "a sensitive piezoelectric accelerometer that monitors your footstrike when you walk or run and determines the amount of time your foot spent on the...
  • Pros: Pedometer battery is not replaceable, For iPod nano only
  • Cons: Good workout companion for nano-using runners, Voice feedback, Measures useful data such as distance travelled and calories burned, Special Nike + shoes are not a requirement, Excellent hardware and data integration with Nike + Web site, PowerSong
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Overall 8

Nike + iPod Sport Kit

1 September 2006
  • Conclusion: Et si l’écran d’un iPod Nano servait à afficher toutes sortes d’informations nécessaires aux amateurs de jogging ? C’est ce que propose le Sport Kit de Nike. Ce dispositif composé d’un capteur et un adaptateur communiquant par une liaison sans fil se révèle assez efficace et pratique.
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