I decided to do the right thing and read the instructions before continuing. I got a chuckle at the reference to the "1 beer learning curve". About the toughest part of getting started was a quick visit to the site to grab my pin number to activate all the functions.
After a couple simple no-stop dives here are my observations.
- Gorgeous Display - It's a no brainer to say that the Full Color OLED display is sexy and makes for ridiculous visibility in all environments.
- Tap Interface - Really works and is adjustable for use with gloves.
- Gas Switches - I'm not sure it can get any easier than this. Whether using the automatic switch or the manual switches, it's a breeze to quickly and confidently switch to the gas you want and confirm it.
- Gradient Factors - Easy to set and research for those not comfortable with GF. Links to Gradient Factor theory is on the Liquivision website Baker, Eric C. "Understanding M-Values". Immersed. Vol. 3, No. 3, Fall 1998.Baker, Eric C. "Clearing Up The Confusion About 'Deep Stops'"
With our entire tec team jumping on-board the XEO bandwagon we will post follow up tips and info after we get a chance to really give them a workout.
Stop by the shop and play with our 2 demo units both the X1 and the XEO. You will want to add these to your cool toys wish list.