Zwift can connect to your various devices (trainer, HR monitor, etc) via either ANT+ or Bluetooth. ANT+ is the most common method, especially among Windows PC users. ANT+ USB sticks (sometimes called “dongles”) plug into your computer, allowing communicating back and forth between your computer and your devices (smart trainer, power meters, heart rate/cadence/speed monitors, etc). •: Reliable and recommended by Zwift, ~$31 on Amazon • seems to be just as reliable as the Garmin, also ~$25 on Amazon •: Generic Chinese dongle, large compared to the Garmin or Suunto, but they seem to work just fine. Ships without documentation. /aiseesoft-wmv-converter-for-mac/. ~$17 on Amazon While you’re at it, get a USB extension cable. They’re cheap, and allow you to move your ANT+ stick as close to your trainer as you’d like.
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Ant+ Dongle For Mac
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Ant+ Dongle For Zwift
The ANT+ Antenna connects your ANT+ and ANT+ FE-C Trainer to your Windows or Mac computer, which enables you to train with cycling software such as Zwift, TrainerRoad, BKOOL, or the Tacx TTS. For Mac or Windows, Get a ANT+ USB2 Dongle Neither Mac nor Windows PCs have built in ANT+ receivers, but they do have handy USB ports that will accept one. Beware, not all ANT+ USB dongles are created equal.