They can upgrade the sensors all they want but as long as they don't add MSLP and maybe altilock or even automatic profiles, they still can't catch up with the competition. And I don't like the "suuntoish" look. They should keep the Protrek DNA but update the module - not copy Suunto's design and keep the rest the same (despite a smaller/faster sensor). Well, let's wait and see till the manual is online.
well.casio will always have its market, because casio is much widely and easily available compared to suunto throughout the world .I just hope casio people have made something really different and interesting this time round....so I am also keenly waiting for the manual of prw3000. and as for sunto look I cant find it in this protrek?cause apart from lack of sensor bulge I don't see much resemblance with sunto.
Last edited by hiker; March 17th, 2013 at 00:07.
so they have increased alti resolution to 1 meter.its first casio product to do so.i hope they increase barometer resolution, plus graph update time must be once per hour rather than once per two hours....as for better energy conservation,it means that future of solar protreks is good
A - mazing. Thanks for the "insideresque" news.
Looking forward to this one very much. I hope Casio makes a titanium version like the PR-2500 T!
Nice, thanks for the heads up. I really wish that Casio would release some truly new models, though - not just more of the same stuff. For example, a depth gauge would be interesting (not that I'd ever use it, mind you).
Or how about a Bluetooth chip for the Protrek line, like they have already started to do for a couple G models?
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