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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaykaykay View Post
    My husband uses a combo. He clings to his Zune (lol), has a Windows phone and has inherited my iPhone 4, along with using two old iPods. He's a hardcore Windows guy -- writes code for fun. He has a man cave full of PCs and laptops. It's probably a room that a teenage boy would daydream about, lol. I got him an iPad, which he barely used, so we gave it away.

    My company tried to give me a Blackberry, which I declined, lol. I love my Samsung Galaxy Note phablet, which I got after iPhone 4S. I still use my iPhone sometimes, for media and as a phone overseas. I've got a couple of Kindle Fire HDs and a couple of iPads (just gave away one), and I've got a Samsung Galaxy Tab on order. I was considering a Microsoft Surface pro, but have ruled it out for various reasons. I have used Windows for decades, but I tried a MBP, didn't care for it and went back to Windows. I'm thinking about getting the new Samsung Galaxy Note phablet, which I really have no use for. I just want, want, want it. But for me it would be like having 10 speeds and not knowing how to shift gears, lol.
    Are you a relative of Bruce Wayne??? My goodness, even BATMAN don't have that much of gadget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoonlitSonata
    I wouldn't touch Android with a 100 foot pole. iOS all the way.
    Lol!!! I tried to like Android but it is not as polished as IOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamerdonkey View Post
    Are you a relative of Bruce Wayne??? My goodness, even BATMAN don't have that much of gadget.
    Too bad for Bruce Wayne. I have a few other gadgets that I didn't even mention, lol. I'm tempted to get more, but I'd need more time to play with them. So I need someone to invent a time machine.

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    I'm thinking about getting the new Samsung Galaxy Note phablet, which I really have no use for. I just want, want, want it. But for me it would be like having 10 speeds and not knowing how to shift gears, lol.
    That's funny....I say get it if you want it. Lots of people ride 10-speeds (well, I'm not sure how many of those are around these days) and rarely shift gears (gears are a wonderful thing on a bike, though).
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    Quote Originally Posted by AQ_OC View Post
    That's funny....I say get it if you want it. Lots of people ride 10-speeds (well, I'm not sure how many of those are around these days) and rarely shift gears (gears are a wonderful thing on a bike, though).
    I think I'd not get good enough use of the myriad features, and it would be a waste. With cell phones, manufacturers have surpassed my needs, so I don't have justification for upgrading right now.

    With bikes, I did get justification for buying a cute new retro-style one, because I loaned a college intern my ten-speed, and it was stolen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlbaker

    Lol!!! I tried to like Android but it is not as polished as IOS.

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    I have an Android phone that I use only when absolutely necessary. iPhone will be next for sure. I didn't develop my pure disdain for it until getting this blasted phone.
    Sent from my White iPad 4.

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    Being a tech guy I find the IOS to be somewhat elementary. It's fine for those that want a simple OS and don't mind giving up most of the control. That's not to say I don't like it. It's great on my iPad for gaming and such. However my mobile device which acts as my mobile office runs Android.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diegotonelli
    Being a tech guy I find the IOS to be somewhat elementary. It's fine for those that want a simple OS and don't mind giving up most of the control. That's not to say I don't like it. It's great on my iPad for gaming and such. However my mobile device which acts as my mobile office runs Android.
    I have owned android tablets and phones, but became tired of having to wait for updates to ics...if and when it came. I do prefer the iPad over the android for viewing movies, gaming, and work tasks. It's operating system just feels smoother to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoonlitSonata

    I have an Android phone that I use only when absolutely necessary. iPhone will be next for sure. I didn't develop my pure disdain for it until getting this blasted phone.
    Wow!! That bad??

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey

    I have owned android tablets and phones, but became tired of having to wait for updates to ics...if and when it came. I do prefer the iPad over the android for viewing movies, gaming, and work tasks. It's operating system just feels smoother to use.
    Yes!!!

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