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Descripción

Welcome to the world’s first smart shoe.

The RS Computer Shoe will allow you to set your running goals and track your progress. The onboard computer calculates your personal running data and sends that data to your smartphone where you can see it via the RS Computer Shoe app. There are many ways to view your data. We encourage you to explore the different views. And if you are tired of looking at charts, take some time to play the game.

Back in 1986, when PUMA first released the RS Computer Shoe, we were “so out front in technology, we put computers in the backs of our shoes.” That is how we talked back then. Extremely bold but warranted when you think, no one had ever created a product with a body mounted sensor that could capture and store data in a shoe and then deliver it back to you. Today, as we bring the RS Computer Shoe “up to speed” and into the 21st century, the technology has been updated so that you don’t need a 16 pin cable to connect to an Apple IIe, a Commodore 64/128 or an IBM PC Computer, as if you had them tucked away anyway. I hear one person faintly say “I have them!” Of course you do, there is always one. The same innovation that calculated the number of steps you took, the distance you travelled and the calories you burned, (remember it was 1986, this was a big deal) are now available through the RS Computer app that works in conjunction with your shoes using Bluetooth to deliver your data.

Novedades

Versión 1.0.2

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Información

Desarrollador
PUMA SE
Tamaño
26.1 MB
Categoría
Utilidades
Compatibilidad
Requiere iOS 10.0 o posterior. Compatible con iPhone, iPad y iPod touch.
Idiomas
Inglés
Edad
Clasificada 4+
Ubicación
Puede que esta app use tu ubicación aunque no la tengas abierta, lo cual puede consumir batería.
Copyright
© PUMA SE
Precio
Gratis

Compatibilidad

  • En familia

    Hasta un máximo de seis miembros de tu familia podrán usar esta app si tienes En familia activado.

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