I'm using a cheaper TPMS with a dedicated display. It's good enough that I've got one on each bike. The only draw back is they don't give an accurate pressure until the bike is moving. Also the temperature reading seems BS but I haven't verified. The pressure is spot on.
Hi, I'm using this TPMS, it's buetooth linked to any android phone, (I bought the one for cars, comes w/ 4 sensors, it's nice if you have two bikes). It reads as soon as you open the App and gives alarms, voice and vibration for low / high pressure or temperature.
Is an easy fit and set up. I'm happy with them.