The Aero 60 is Bryton's first aerodynamic GPS bike computer specifically for racing use. The specially designed rear and the new Aero mount, which reduces air resistance, the Aero 60 not only offers strong features but is also very aerodynamic. OpenStreetMaps is preinstalled on the Aero 60 and full GNSS support ensures that scheduled tours can be tracked with accurate data. The Aero 60 is equipped with a crystal clear 2.3-inch black and white display, which makes reading data super easy. Displaying up to 10 pieces of data on one page gives you a better view of your performance in real time. He also supports electronic gearshift systems such as Shimano's Di2, eTap from SRAM and EPS from Campagnolo. Instead of checking chainring and cassette, you will receive all the information on the translation, gear combination and battery life of the ESS immediately on the Aero 60. The Aero 60 offers full GNSS support such as GPS, Galileo (Europe), Glonass (Russia), BDS (China) and QZSS (Japan) satellite systems, and in addition to a faster startup, provides much more reliable satellite coverage in any situation, especially between buildings, trees or in the mountains. It has 78+ features to fully capture the performance of the ride. With a battery life of up to 32 hours and the ability to charge during the recording via power bank, it offers enough runtime for long tours.