Mio Cyclo 210 GPS computer review

Mio’s budget GPS computer packs plenty of functionality and a quality touchscreen

Mio Cyclo 210
Cycling Weekly Verdict

The Mio Cyclo 210 provides lots of functionality and flexibility to configure it as you want. The touch screen interface works well and there are quality graphics. But it’s quite a large unit and the lack of connectivity to peripheral devices limits its usefulness for the enthusiast.

Reasons to buy
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    A quality, very configurable GPS unit

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    Excellent touchscreen and graphics

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    Good battery life

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Reasons to avoid
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    More bulky than other units

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    No peripheral connectivity

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Mio’s cycling computers focus on its excellent colour touch screens with the Mio Cyclo 210 bringing that functionality to a new lower price point.

Although it’s slightly smaller than Mio’s higher end units with a 3.5in screen, the Mio Cyclo 210 is still quite chunky. But there’s a limit to how much you can reduce computer size while still having a usable touchscreen whilst keeping costs down – other makers’ smaller units revert to multiple buttons to control functionality.

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