Nike + iPod Equals Smooth Runnings
The Good: Accurate, easy-to-use; helpful features like voice prompts and a "Powersong" option
The Bad: No heart rate monitor compatibility; Web-tracking has some rough edges
The Bottom Line: Could be as vital to a runner as a pair of sneakers
If you're among the scores of Americans who overindulged this holiday season (and even if you didn't), there's a good chance you're kicking off the New Year with a vow to get in better shape. In the interest of helping readers stick to such resolutions, we're starting a series of reviews of high-tech fitness gear, beginning with a look at the $29 Nike + iPod Sport Kit.
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