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maxxwell · 1 month ago
Back in June, Microsoft Corporation teamed up with TaylorMade and offered original bandera (or bandits) that have functions that help when playing golf, a kind of GPS-navigator, so many manufacturers of such bracelets had to applaud standing up. Most likely, Fitbit and Jawbone use this feature in their devices. Microsoft Band 2 offers you the installation of a golf app. The Microsoft Band 2 field extends over a large territory, the bracelet or watches for women itself has a metrics system that apparently automatically works with Band 2. However, not everything is so simple in practice. Firstly, you will have to manually synchronize this function if you want Microsoft band 2 to send all the analysis of the application to your smartphone. Although he has access to many things, it’s better not to store all the information on the device, because there are excellent watches for golfers and the TomTom Golfer service. This is actually not so difficult if you have good signal data, but if you went out into the open (since most golf courses are located in such places), then this is not the best scenario for your bracelet. You can, of course, synchronize the devices before leaving the house, but who knows how your day will turn? The next question is what distinguishes the special portable golf and wearable devices from Band 2, which creates a bit of hassle to use. The distance from your place of location is shown only when you press the button (you have to wait about 4-5 seconds), and to register you will need 30 seconds when you are in the next hole. Such work is not suitable for a very lively and active game. Also, God forbid, if your device fails during operation (this happens in 99.9% of cases for all golfers). If this happens, your bracelet is confused and gives you absolutely no help. And do not expect her from him during the game.

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