Oceanic launches new Atom

Input from divers helped shape design of new computer

Author: Pat
2nd February 2012
 

The latest Atom computer from Oceanic Worldwide was designed using feedback from online divers.

The Atom 3.0 is the latest wristwatch-style instrument from the US-based company.

Oceanic recently announced specialised courses in conjunction with the SSI agency, offering practical training in the use of its models.

Similarly, Oceanic says the Atom 3.0 is the first product specifically designed around suggestions from dive retailers and diving forum users.

Oceanic engineers specifically engaged with online groups when honing the computer’s features and interfaces.

The Atom 3.0 is a sophisticated recreational computer, capable of tracking multiple wireless transmitters.

It can also handle up to three Nitrox gas mixes, at concentrations as rich as 100%.

 
 
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