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    The Stealth EVO+ takes the Stealth 50 with ANT+ technology to the next level, now with on-board altitude and Current/Maximum/Average calculations of

    Speed/Heart Rate/Cadence and Power along with Left and Right Power Balance.

    Functions:
    • Current/average/maximum Speed
    • Odometer
    • Trip distance 1 & 2
    • Elapsed time
    • Clock
    • Current/average/maximum heart rate with CatEye or third-party ANT+ sensor
    • Current/average/maximum cadence with CatEye or third-party ANT+ sensor
    • Current/average/maximum power with third-party ANT+ sensor
    • Power balance (L:0-100% R:0-100% [L+R=100] with third-party ANT+ sensor)
    • Current altitude (measured by GPS)

  • Cateye Stealth Evo + GPS Ant+ Enabled Wireless Computer Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    3.3
    out of 5
    3.33
    Build Quality
    3.75
    Performance
    3
    Value For Money
    3.25

    Customer Reviews (2)

    2
    Does not do data smoothing for the power data

    Does not do the usual 3s / 10s etc. averaging for the power data. Just shows the instant value which I find quite useless.

    Does not do the usual 3s / 10s etc. averaging for the power data. Just shows the instant value which I find quite useless.

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    2.3 out of 5
    Build Quality: 2.5/5
    Performance: 2/5
    Value For Money: 2.5/5
    4
    Linux not supported

    I was using the older version for some time and the computer is really good. It can handle more bikes, does not need sensors, because it is able to work with GPS only. The major flaw is lack of support for Linux, i.e. in case you want to download your stored ride, you have to do it via the Windows/MacOS based application. This is double-shame since MacOS is just a flavor of UNIX, same as Linux.

    I was using the older version for some time and the computer is really good. It can handle more bikes, does not need sensors, because it is able to work with GPS only. The major flaw is lack of support for Linux, i.e. in case you want to download your stored ride, you have to do it via the Windows/MacOS based application. This is double-shame since MacOS is just a flavor of UNIX, same as Linux.

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    4.3 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 4/5
    Value For Money: 4/5

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