Sure, the transflective MIP displays Garmin uses on the Fenix come with a series of benefits, including increased ruggedness and crazy battery life, but on the other hand, this doesn’t necessarily mean customers aren’t drooling for a much high-quality screen on a device that’s so expensive.
As it turns out, the Fenix 7 is already getting ready for some welcome display upgrades, including touch input, but on the other hand, Garmin isn’t yet ready to give up on its old-school screens.
Enter Epix 2.
One of the biggest announcements planned for the second half of January includes the all-new Epix 2, a modern interpretation of Garmin’s old model which could now serve as… (read more)
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