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Looking for a Mac Compatible Pedometers


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By any chance is any one aware of a Mac Compatible Pedometer?

Thanks for any feedback and insights.
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Do you simply want a step pedometer, or are you looking for more advanced training information? (like a gps, heartrate monitor etc)

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Do you simply want a step pedometer, or are you looking for more advanced training information? (like a gps, heartrate monitor etc)
Just looking for something simple and cheap to track the step pedometer.

Not wanting the iPod+Nike solution, or something real complicated and over loaded. Want to go with the KISS (since I am...well you know...) principle at first and then maybe later go from there.
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