Garmin has released the Edge 500 cycling GPS device in blue and white, for cycling enthusiasts. The device offers data on actual positional and speed data as well as estimated calories burned and amount of climb or descent.
The Edge 500 can be also be paired with wireless sensors specific to Garmin or which support the ANT+ format. The Edge 500 boasts about 18 hours of battery life, and when its time, it can be recharged via USB. You can also send data to a Mac or Windows-powered machine through USB.
The Garmin Edge 500 will arrive this fall for $250. It will cost another $100 for a bundle with cadence/speed sensor and heart rate monitor.