Garmin has introduced the Edge 25, their smallest GPS computer to date.  

If you're focused on tracking important metrics like speed, distance and altitude and  don't need route  and navigation features, the Edge 25 covers all the  bases. 

Weighing only 25 grams, the device is exceptionally light and takes up little space on the stem thanks to the included quarter-turn mount that Garmin has been using for years. 

The screen's compact 128 x 160 pixel resolution is grayscale, but still offers remarkable clarity. With  a lighter font,  information, including vehicle speed, becomes easy to read at a quick glance. 

When you turn on the Edge 25, the initial Ride screen opens. This screen has direct access to get started.  

The "Use Indoor" mode, specialized for indoor cycling, is conveniently located in the riding settings menu. 

On the main screen, you can easily access history, courses and settings by scrolling down. 

The user interface is intuitive and you probably won't need a manual to effectively navigate the Edge 25's features