Garmin International has released the next generation of its Descent dive computers and will soon release its Descent T1 transmitter, which connects to computers through the SubWave sonar device. Designed as smartwatches, the Descent Mk2 and Descent Mk2i have displays that are 36 percent larger than those of their predecessors, leakproof inductive buttons and customizable in-dive data fields. The Descent Mk2i can monitor tank pressure, air time remaining, gas consumption rate from up to five paired Descent T1 transmitters. It can monitor other divers or additional tanks within a 10-meter radius as well, and is therefore suitable for dive instructors. Dive activity analysis, maximum depth, bottom time, map of surface entry and exit points are logged automatically to the Garmin Dive app, which previews up to 2,700 dive sites around the world. The two dive computer models are available now at retail prices of $1,299.99 to $1,499.99. The Descent T1 will make its debut late in the fourth quarter of 2020 in the U.S., carrying a price tag of $399.99.