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This review is from: CNPGD S12 Wearable Smart Watch - Bluetooth Sync Watch Sync Call SMS Pedometer/Recording/Anti-Lost for iPhone 5S,5,4S,4 Android Samsung S5,S4,S3,S2,Note 3,Note 2(IOS System Can Use Partial Function)
Pros: When it works, it's nice
Cons: Too Bulky to be comfortable
Bad Bluetooth Range
Not on par with other smart watches
Other Thoughts: I own 4 Samsung Galaxy Smart Watches (1x Galaxy Gear first generation, 1x Galaxy Fit Neo, and 2 Galaxy Fit first generation), and I bought this obviously not expecting anything near as nice as these, but I did expect it to be at least somewhat comparable in terms of functionality, which it is not.
If you go more than 10 feet away from your phone while wearing the watch, the thing vibrates and makes a loud and annoying noise that scares you half to death. You can silence this, but that kind of defeats the purpose of the "anti-lost" function.
I also don't believe this watch has the hour-by-hour alert (a single vibration) like the Galaxy Gear watches.
That being said, it was only $47, and it's tough to get a decent sports watch at $47 from an outlet mall nearby my house, so this is pretty affordable considering it comes with integrated bluetooth technology.
Pros: Extremely impressed with the onboard software and everything included. Case was an unexpected bonus.
Cons: Battery life kind of sucks
Other Thoughts: Must be charged daily, and must be restarted when it starts to lag. Other than that, for the money, this is an extremely good value.
Best Buy sells a similarly priced "DigiLand" tablet. This one is MUCH BETTER and MUCH MORE sturdy and has MUCH BETTER graphics and screen resolution.
This review is from: Changhong 40" 1080p LED HDTV - LED40YC1700UA
Pros: Energy efficient
Cons: Backlight very weak
"Eco" mode makes the TV very undesirable to watch, very dark
Other Thoughts: Whenever I use the sleep timer, the TV does go off like it's supposed to, but it won't kick back over from standby mode back to "on". Is this a feature? Or is my unit defective? Usually, all sleep timers are supposed to do is shut off the TV after a certain amount of time. This sleep timer shuts the TV off and *keeps* it off until you unplug and plug back in the power cord.
Also, the power save video output settings on this screen are really dull. While I'd like to use less electricity, I also like to know what is going on in the action on the screen too. So I won't be using eco mode or power save mode or whatever it's called on here.
Lastly, I'd like to get my unit swapped out if it's a blown capacitor or something that is causing this sleep timer to stop the screen from coming back on.
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