Sigma has launched its latest GPS cycling computer, the Rox 12.0, which features a new navigation function called “Draw My Route” that allows users to simply draw a line on the computer’s screen that in turn creates a route stretch in a matter of seconds.
The ROX 12.0 features a durable construction, high-resolution, transflective 3-inch color display that’s designed to be easily read, even in direct sunlight, along with a graphical, user-friendly interface.
The unit also comes preloaded with North American OSM map information, which offers basic navigation options like address, coordinates, a point of interest or location on a map.
Other functions include fast route calculation, fluid map generation, rapid data exchange via Wi-Fi for uploading to the Sigma Cloud and preinstalled training platforms such as Strava, TrainingPeaks, Komoot and GPSies.
For detailed ride data analysis, users can also view and evaluate ride data by means of the Sigma Link app and the Data Center.
Additionally, Sigma’s Sport Profile training feature can be used to specify the training view, pair sensors and set preferred routing and terrain options for every bike type. Moreover, thanks to ANT+ protocol, the ROX 12.0 is capable of pairing with sensors to offer heart rate, altitude, distance and time. The unit is also compatible with electronic shifting systems including Shimano Di2, SRAM eTap and Campagnolo EPS.
The ROX 12.0 is available in either a basic version or as a Sport Set that includes an ANT+ Duo speed/cadence transmitter and ANT+ heart rate transmitter, along with a range of different colored outer cases in blue, lime green and orange, as well as button sets in all three colors that can be mixed and matched.
Suggested retail for the ROX 12.0 Sport Basic is $475, while ROX 12.0 Sport Set sells for $575.
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