If you are stingy or have a tight budget to arm your bike's handlebar with a GPS, Garmin might have the right thing for you.
Enter the Edge 200.
This simple, yet effective training, riding and touring tool is worth checking out.
With a pricetag of USD$149.90 @ RM480.00 a pop, it'll give you all the info you'll need on your ride.
Spare the mapping feature, the Edge 200 can yield readings like your speed, distance, location and time tracking.
The only thing that sucks on this little bugger is the heart rate and cadence readings.
But hey, if you want something cheap, you can't have it all right?
Slotted for release in the 3rd quarter of 2011, this entry-level GPS enable cycling computer complements its higher-end cousins: the EDGE500 and 800.
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