Smallest Bluetooth / wireless Computer?

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CharlesM
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by CharlesM

New project...

I want ti integrate a computer display into a stem, and it cant be too big.


Ideas??

roca rule
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by roca rule

does it have to be bluetooth?

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CharlesM
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by CharlesM

Nope.

cymans
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by cymans

Intresting...i'm on the same project !!

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by roca rule

cateye's cyclocomputer are small compared to most, but still a tad wide for it to fit a stem. if you strip the casing on some of the cateye computers you might get away fitting in a beeffier stem; another option might be the mavic wintec is tall and slender. if you are putting it inside the stem you need to investigate if the walls of the stem block or interfere with the antenna. i would say a stem like the zipp 150, or the pro vibe (cav edition) with a wintec style cyclocomputer strip of its casing could work.

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btompkins0112
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by btompkins0112

Mavic computers are pretty slim.....they have the nice integrated sensor/skewer too.

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