Nike has showcased a tiny GPS stopwatch at the ongoing CES in Las Vegas. The watch is trim and sleek and is powered by TomTom. It works with a shoe sensor to record precise running data.
The UI in the sensor is an easy-to-use tap interface. The screen displays several menu items that can be read easily. A runner just needs to tap on the relevant item to activate the backlight, monitor laps, and check progress.
The watch also has a USB port that facilitates recharging and data uploading. The entire data gets transmitted to the website, nikeplus.com. The site allows runners to keep a log of their running goals, source coaching tips, track their course, and tag the information on their Facebook.