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i am going to buy my first computer and i have narrowed it down to 2 different ones. the aeris atmos 2 and the oceanic veo 200. the oceanic is cheaper so im kind of leaning toward that. can anyone give me some info on these computers. i would like one that is very easy to use, both pretty much have the same features. which one would you guys choose and why? thanks so much!
they are identical. both are made by pelagic. they have the exact same algorithims to calculate bottom time. pick the one you like as far as aethetics etc. I have the Aeris AI which is just the Atmos 2 but air integrated. I love it. It is easy to read and navigate.
The Veo 200 has two buttons up front, designed to fit in a "normal" (non-computer) type console. The Aeris 2 has one button up front and the other on the right had side, more like the design for the Versa Pro, so it would need a console that was preconfigured for that button configuration.
I haven't been able to find where/how/how much to get just the console to slip the Aeris Atmos 2 wrist version into.