Jett said:Nope, it only supports Windows Vista
My problem with a electronic system is I would forget to charge the battery. I have a bad habit of not charge my cell phone or ipod. I'm always running out of juice on my cell. If it wasn't for for the car charger and a 2nd charger at work, my cell would be useless half the time.gatorling said:Li-ion batteries lose around 20% of their charge capacity each year. I'd estimate the useful life of the battery to be around 3 years. Even if the battery is $100, that's around $33 a year and shouldn't be a problem for those willing to spend $2k on a groupos.
For something that costs $3200 (USD, yep) for the group --it should make friggin coffee for you every morning.jderreks said:our shimano product guy has ridden electronic dura-ace earlier this year, and he came back gushing about how nice it was.
Not including break calipers, so "no, not 'just $3200'"PigmyRacer said:Just $3200?
How are the levers and RD the same price? That doesn't make sense. Also, cables don't cost $200, particularly when there are no shift cables.Room 1201 said:Not including break calipers, so "no, not 'just $3200'"
STI Dual Control levers - £349.99/pair
Rear derailleur - £349.99
Front derailleur - £249.99
Cable set - £99.99
Battery - £49.99
Charger - £49.99
Chainset (Dura Ace FC7900) - £319.99
Cassette - £129.99
Courtesy of Cyclingnews, prices are for UK market, FYI FWIW.