Despite the daily threat of physical harm and death I do like cycling to and fro on London roads. In part this is because traffic makes buses agitating and the tube is a hot mess of sweat and agravataion in the summer. But also I like to think that I’m somehow magically getting fitter with … Continue reading Mio Cyclo 105C cycle computer review
There’s no getting around the fact that Navman and Tom Tom have dominated the satellite navigation market for some time now, mainly because they have consistently managed to improve their product offerings, a strategy that has left them with an even firmer grip. This is key in a market like this, where we continually demand … Continue reading Mio Spirit 695 LM and 697LM: Free map upgrades for life
We’ve all heard them; the constant whining of cyclists chastising drivers (mainly lorry drivers to be fair) for not giving them enough room on the road. And in many cases they have a point. Having said that, I’m sure we’ve all been cut up by a cyclist at some point too. All in all though … Continue reading The Mio Cyclo 305 puts bikers on the map.
The latest example of a fashion designer teaming up with a technology company is the EVOKE Mio – Abacus Flower Edition, a portable FM radio by PURE. PURE’s newest radio has been designed by the internationally renowned designer, Orla Kiely and features her signature stem print. The EVOKE Mio – Abacus Flower Edition is the … Continue reading PURE’s EVOKE Mio – Abacus Flower Edition: Chic, simple and environmentally-conscious
It seems the SatNav market is hotting up once again as other manufacturers strive to combat TomTom’s dominant market position. It’s a highly lucrative market now with the emphasis clearly on traffic avoidance and ease of use and with increasing investment providing better technology the race is definitely on. Korean Taiwanese manufacturer Mio who in … Continue reading Mio get Spiritual with a new range of Spirit Sat Navs