With its new, patent-pending algorithm, Swingbyte 2.0 can crunch the numbers and analyze each swing depending on where your target was.
“You can now point your iPad and it will know what your target is and figure out all the numbers based on that,” said Alex Pedenko, founder and CEO of Swingbyte. “So now you have true, accurate numbers about what did you do, not just in general but relative to the target line, relative to where you want it to go.”
That is just one of the new features to the software of Swingbyte. Users can now watch video and a 3-D representation of their swings together instead of having to choose one or the other.
The hardware of the Swingbyte has also been redesigned in its second year of existence — it’s slimmer and goes all around the club, which Pedenko says makes it resistant to twisting and easier to install.
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Pedenko said the new software updates and redesign has stemmed from advice and reviews of the original product, including those in the GolfWRX forums.
Despite all the new advancements, one thing that has not changed is the price; it is still available for $149.