Cressi Elettronica has developed our newest computer, the Goa, from scratch. It features a new CPU that is faster with greater functionality. Our latest motherboard is completely redesigned, allowing for a larger battery for long-lasting life. The case has a diameter of only 48 mm | 1 7/8 in and a high contrast display of 35 mm | 1 3/8 in. The computer monitor is made of mineral glass and the case is heavy duty with steel buttons that have an underwater resistance up to 120 m | 393 ft. Plastic/Steel bezel and stainless steel back cover. It has only 2 buttons making the menu easy to navigate. It not only features programs for scuba diving, but also has a program for free diving, in which it is possible to customize different alarms. It is also an ideal watch for other underwater activities due to the deactivation option of the dive functions that avoid unnecessary alarms while snorkeling or swimming. Data is acquired 4 times faster: every 5 seconds while scuba diving and every 2 seconds while free diving. Additionally, the computer acquires temperature data. The result is a more complete and precise chart that is viewable in the interface software. Through the Cressi Interface application (sold apart), a user can download and analyze the diving data recorded on the Goa. The connection between the Goa and PC (or MAC) is done using the Docking Station connected via USB cable. The Interface software allows the user to view charts and data of scuba diving and freediving sessions. It is possible to save a logbook with a memory of 50 dives per category. The records are completed with two graphs, showing the water pressure data (taken every 5 seconds) and water temperature data (taken every 5 seconds). All the information can be uploaded to the DAN (Divers Alert Network).