Amazing example of processing speed...

Mr5150

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So there I was running down the trail... 3GS communicating with the Nike+ sensor in my shoe, the wireless wrist watch/remote to control volume and tracks and streaming bluetooth audio to my stereo Motorola headset. I was actually hoping someone would call me to see if it all stayed connected :) It was kinda tricky to get all three to work together. The bluetooth headset had to be off until everything else was going then no problems. The Nike+ voice feedback could be controlled by wrist remote and heard over the wirelss headset. For those interested, the wrist remote does not seem to control ipod functions as with the Nano, unless you are in a Nike+ workout session, which would be nice to be able to do... all in all it worked great.

EDIT: I did have some problems with bluetooth headset cutting out at times today during the run, it may just be too much to ask to get all 3 working at once...
 

Mr5150

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I never actually said I have Nike shoes. I said I have a Nike+ sensor which can be adapted to any shoes. Aw heck, it's true....I have Nike shoes! There I said it. I feel much better :) Great shoes by the way.
 
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Hondamaker

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I never actually said I have Nike shoes. I said I have a Nike+ sensor which can be adapted to any shoes. Aw heck, it's true....I have Nike shoes! There I said it. I feel much better :)
That's it---let it out. You've identified the problem, now you have fix it! LOL
 

Bryman

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eeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwww..................you wear nike? wow i wish i had your money. lol im stuck wearing sketchers lol
 

acosmichippo

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you can afford an iPhone, but not nike sneakers?