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These are so good that it will make you need to improve the quality of your music collection which becomes quite the dilemma. That being my only complaint definitely is a good thing. These are worth every penny!I've quickly become a fan of Bowers and Wilkins, I own both the MM-1 and the P5 in a months time. My bank account doesn't like these nearly as much as I do but worth while.
Sigh. The only disappointment I'm feeling right now is in myself, for reading this horrifically lame article. Talk about the most inane comparisons and useless arguments.
Open a web browser on your computer and browse to the Dropbox, SugarSync and Box websites.
Wait for about two hours, sometimes longer, for the information on your iPhone to be totally erased.
So, let me get this straight: These White iPhones never passed QC, Apple refused to pay for them and now Apple is claiming they are 'stolen' when the manufacturer tries to recover some of the losses that Apple refuses to pay for? I know, it sounds pretty unbelievable; that is, if any company other than Apple were to make such a claim. Yet, if Apple makes this type of ridiculous claim, we have a whole army of people standing by to give us a verbal thrashing just for questioning it. Typical. :roll
Head off,can't stop use it.
OPM uses them, too. But they use the 3G models, so the government does recognise them and use them.
Huff Post had a similar article a few months back. I have a Kindle, and yes, there is collusion and price fixing. Books used to vary in price, now they all cost the same, except for self-published books, and very old books.