Garmin Goes Beyond the Activity Tracker

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  Garmin Goes Beyond the Activity Tracker

The navigation king released three new products Monday that set a new standard for wearables.

The tech king moved beyond its fitness-navigation niche and firmly into the wearables genre Monday at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show with the debut of three new products.

The flagship device, Fenix3 ($549), looks a lot like its predecessors in the Fenix series—with a few major upgrades. At its core, it’s still a 100-percent waterproof GPS performance watch that can track your movements, provide cadence, distance, and pace data, and it comes with a built-in altimeter and barometer. Garmin has improved on the Fenix3’s tracking abilities by opening its antenna to GLONASS signals a satellite system that serves as an alternative to GPS, making the Fenix3 more precise and quicker to hold a position fix than previous iterations.


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