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This honestly, is the best thing I've ever heard. It just blew me away the first time I heard it.I had a bose sound dock for the ipod touch itunes alternative - and I must say, it is a far improvement to it in any and every way. The music is cristal clear and at the same time quite loud if one wants it to.Watching a film with these speakers is a whole new exprience altogether. I suggest watching a few scenes with and without this. One doesn't even have to listen to see the great difference.Absolutely stunning surround s
Vacuuming the floor - that is so not a game I want to play. . .
Ask not what an iPad does but what it doesn't do. Forget the hype and make sure an iPad is what you really want before spending the money.Only use so far is as a pick up and go web browser.
On your iPhone main screen click on the settings icon.
I still think it will be September, since that's the end of this fiscal quarter.
Vanaf dag 1 in bezit. En vanaf dag 1 nog even veel plezier ervan. Superstrak ding met mooi beeld en geluid.
wyoming? technically yes for about 5% of the area that makes up the state. heck you get ten miles outside of laramie and you lose ALL cell phone coverage. basically what they are saying is if you live in cheyenne, laramie, casper, jackson, rock springs/green river and maybe a half dozen other towns scattered round the state but for the overwhelming majority, still nada. we just don't have the population to make it feasible and to be honest that isn't such a bad thing imho.
The connection issues: are people having these problems in other countries than the AT&T-cursed one?