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Purchased the tablet on 2/9/12 and haven't regretted it one bit. Its the fastest Android tablet I've seen and more than a match for the iPad. Its not 100% but the pros out weigh the cons.
Thin and light, you wont get tired holding it in your hand. Upon booting it up after charging I was prompted for a firmware update as well as ICS and an upgraded camera. After the updates went through I started using it. This thing screams. Theirs no lag between home screens, app tray, opening/closing apps and internet browsing. This thing gives you the performance you've been waiting for in an Android device. The screen is one of the nicest I've seen. The viewing angles are amazing and the picture is very crisp. I can't see any pixels.
The keyboard dock is also a must have for this device as it truly separates it from any other tablet on the market. Typing is very responsive and the track pad works great. USB and SD card ports are great and really add extra functionality to this device. The extended battery life ensure you'll be using this all day. It really turns this into a netbook.
Stand alone GPS does not work. I would never use this as a turn by turn navigation device since I already own an android phone so the lack of stand alone GPS isn't crucial too me and I knew it was bad when I bought it. Wifi with GPS does work, so tagging locations or doing searches based on location function just fine.
Not a ton of apps. Although this is a android fault and not a TP problem, their are not enough tablet optimized apps yet. The number is growing but for now Apple is the king of tablet apps.
Its Purple not grey. In some lights it may look grey but most of the time its purple.
So why 5 stars? Non of the problems I see with this effect me. I bought this for browsing the internet, playing games, reading, watching movies and updating Facebook and emails. It does all of those just fine. The apps will come just as they did with the phones.
Well like many other cursed women I've been dealing with Bacterial vaginosis for over five years. I literally have tried everything the doctor threw at me, from antibiotics to vaginal inserts to neglecting my husband out of fear sex would make it worse. I recently looked at my medical records because I switched insurance companies and I have been treated for BV 23 times!!!! As I just mentioned I switched insurance companies and was assigned a new OBGYN. She quickly suggested probiotcs and said it would work. I went home ordered the pills and waited an agonizing 4 days to get them. I have been using them for 5 days now and it is a 100% difference from before. I couldn't believe how quickly it helped. I tried the ultimate test with my husband and to my surprise I was still A OK. My BV was really bad, I was showering twice a day with no relief from the symptoms.
The only downfall, and I'm not sure this has anything to do with the pills. I noticed that using the bathroom (number 2) I would have bad gas cramps that lasted a few minutes. This is a walk in the park compared to BV!
I hope this helps. I thank god I finally found an OBGYN that knew her stuff!
I am working on doing this study for a second time. I love listening to Nancy on the radio and love this book too. She addresses several lies that we as women tend to believe about God, themselves, sin, priorities, marriage, children, emotions, and circumstances. All in all she addresses 40 lies. This time through I am also listening to some of her previous radio broadcasts on the Revive Our Hearts website.
I have also done the workbook with this study. I'm not typically a workbook kind of girl, so I don't see it as a necessary purchase. I'm also pretty picky about my bible studies. I like to have depth. Typically a Kay Arthur study is more up my alley. This book is a bit simpler than an inductive study and I find this book can reopen my eyes even going back through it.