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In 2008 my husband and I started on a fertility drug to get pregnant. I have severe PCOS. For two years we were going to doctor appointments twice a month and I never once ovulated. The doctors finally told me I would have to go to a fertility clinic. My husband and I decided we wanted to try a more natural alternative before going to the clinic. I started taking FertilAid and after taking it for 2 weeks, I ovulated. After taking it for 2 months, I was pregnant. I now have a happy healthy baby girl. I've recently started buying FertilAid for my sister who also has PCOS. She's only been taking it a few weeks, but her cycle is regulating, so hopefully I'll have a niece or nephew soon!
Ok i was really nervous after reading all the reviews of wi-fi issues etc since Im in india for now so i couldn't really return it if it was messed up.
I ordered it a month ago an it was sitting in my in-laws place for 2 weeks before i got it. It was completely dead. I plugged it in and within a few minutes it started up.
I must of gotten a newer one since it already had ICS 4.0 when i checked.
There were a few setup steps but it recognized the wi-fi with no issues. big relief
The only SMALL issue i had was with setting of the time. I configured it to automatically to set the time based on my location but the system didn't know that until I powered it completely off and turned it back on.
other than that one little issue its been a dream to use.
I used it the first day with about only 50% charge the whole time while it was charging. I let it charge over night and started using it in "power" mode and after 3 hours of emails/surfing and downloading magazines/books its at ~90% charge... all i need is it too last 8 hours. I also can get more out if it by putting it in power saving mode - which activates the 5th hidden cpu core.
while in power mode i didn't get any crashes or notice it getting warm.
its very crisp and fast... I don't notice it being obviously faster or sharper image than an iPad 1 or 2 ... maybe you can tell if you hyper analyze the two screens in a side by side comparison. Technically its got less pixels than a iPad 3 ... but the gpus play a big part in making a movies seem crisp. i noticed that going from iPad 1 to 2.
The prime has 12 gpus while the iPad 3 only has 4. Asus needs to advertise that fact better. the prime also lets you choose power consumptions modes.. its sort of like a hybrid car. there a "Power", "Balanced" and "eco" modes that effect the battery use.
Our family had 3 iPads before i got this one. my daughter has the original iPad(64 gb) and my wife and i had ipad2s. I gave my iPad(16gb) to our parents so we can FaceTime with them easier. it also let me have a reason to get the prime. I was constantly running out of space on my 16 gb iPad that won't happen for a while on my Prime with its expandable memory.
if u want a device "just to use" just get a iPad... if you want to tinker get a prime. I have two CS degrees so I obviously fall into the latter category. :)
From a usability POV different android applications do everything slightly different enough to make the experience not as perfectly smooth as using an iPad... but thats the sort of thing that makes apple so much better at appealing to grand parents and non-techies. I've had two other android phones an the UI drove me nuts to the point I sold the samsung galaxy s2 for a iPhone 4s... but a phone is something I use primarily for very frequent brief activities like making a call or quickly checking emails so the little hiccups with the ui annoyed me more. With a tablet i tend to use it less frequently but for each instance for longer periods so the little ui discrepancies bother me less.
overall its a phenomenal tablet! between the hardware and ice cream sandwich this tablet is the first one that made me turn my back on the iPad.
for 32 gb its actually $50 cheaper than the 32 gb equivalent iPad PLUS you can expand it by 64 gb for about $99 for the price of a micro sd card... which I'm sure in 6 months will be half of that :) while apple 64 gb will still be $700!
Get it if you can... if it doesn't work Amazon will let you return it, so your covered that way