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Cons: I turned it on and tested it on a standard outlet- the output was way off.
I was hoping to get a cheap digital voltmeter, but I ended up with an expensive paperweight.
Other Thoughts: Save your money.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I can't tell you how impressed I am with this chromebook. The LTE setup was a breeze (200MB for LIFE!). It does everything I need to do on a laptop. I should say that I loved using Google Drive well before I got this chromebook.
I expected it to be slow and under-powered- NOPE! It's fast and easy to use. I expect to use this as a back up computer when I didn't want to get the full laptop out, but this is easily replacing my very expensive laptop.
By the way, the battery consumption on this laptop is very good.
Cons: None really. I would have preferred this in black. You know what Henry Ford said...
Other Thoughts: If you like using Google Drive and Gmail, this is a perfect laptop.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 Neo Smartwatch (Charcoal Black)
Pros: -Quite a bit a functionality; the notifications in the manager allow for additional apps to notify you. Gmail, twitter, ect can let you know of events.
-Nice management app; make sure you get it from the Samsung App store! The one on Google play does nothing!
-Lightweight, looks great
-No one really notices I am wearing it unless I mentioned it. I thought this was a big plus- I didn't want a watch that was so noticeable (and geeky)
-Samsung app store did have additional apps (including a calculator- oh yeah, bringing back the 80's!)
-no camera (yeah, that's a plus)
-Battery life is 3 or so days
Cons: Obviously, it earned 5 stars in my book, but there is some room for improvement
-The icons for apps could be much better- the default ones are black and white
-I wish it had apps for google calendar, but the Samsung calendar works fine
-After I get a notification of email, I can read it on the screen, but I still haven't figured out how to easily write back on the watch. As far as I know, it does not have a pop-up keyboard. So you have to go to your device to write back.
Other Thoughts: I think more will come from this watch. It seems apparent that it has a far greater potential.
I was skeptic of wearables, but it's actually really nice. Everyone notices if someone pulls out a phone during a meeting, but no one notices a glance at a watch.
The watch is so lightweight that I forget I am wearing it. For me, I didn't compromise what I wanted in a traditional watch to get the Neo. Overall, I am pleasantly surprised.
I connected this to my Note 2 without any issues (after I got the right app from the Samsung store). You can only attach it to one device at a time.
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