In the crowded and competitive GPS computer market, Giant decided to go toe-to-toe with Garmin and Wahoo with the NeosTrack, a full-featured, long-lasting and budget-friendly head unit made in collaboration with Bryton.
Like all computers, it has its quirks, but for the money, the NeosTrack is tough to beat.
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Giant NeosTrack features and specifications
- 33hr claimed battery life
- ANT+, Bluetooth and WiFi
- Syncs with NeosTrack app
- Breadcrumb navigation
- 2.6-inch screen
- Five button operation, no touchscreen
- £149.99 / $180 / AU$300
The NeosTrack can record all the standard metrics and variations of speed, time, power, distance, heart rate, etc, as well as some of the more technical data fields like TSS, normalised power and L/R power.
It can also integrate with Di2 drivetrains to show you what gear you’re in and remaining Di2 battery life. Plus it will connect with Bluetooth Smart and ANT+ sensors too, and the computer allows profiles for multiple bikes so it wont waste power searching for the power meter on your road bike on a MTB ride.
Turn-by-turn navigation is on offer from a preloaded route or through the “Plan Trip” screen in the NeosTrack app, where you search a destination and the computer will guide you there.
Riding and training with the NeosTrack
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