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I just installed Windows 8 from the DVD (online version had errors), and I'm so glad I did. Advantages over Windows 7: Quicker boot up, restart, and shut down. Better security with Windows Defender. Problem I was having with my iPhone syncing with Outlook solved. Problems loading Office 2010 gone. I spent time learning how to navigate it, and am one happy woman.
So, the last person on planet earth that thought he would ever have a need or desire for a tablet was me. I work 10 hours on a computer day in and day out (IT manager) and I work another two hours at night on my Dell XPS system post-processing photography and HD video (hobby and side business)
My wife purchased the Motorola Xoom, loaded with ICS 4.0. I was pleasantly surprised with the performance and how far along the Adroid OS had come along! Then my son bought a new iPad2, which is nice as well (Can't tell that the resolution is higher unless you zoom waaaaaay in on the text) but I'm not an apple guy (Don't drink the Kool aid!) and it was apparent to me that there was equal competition out there in Tablet land.
After researching for 6 weeks (Using hands-on demos, Tabletnation.net, and CNET.com for references) I pulled the trigger on the ASUS Transformer Prime.
I bought the keyboard accessory as well.
After 8 weeks of purchase, my Dell XPS 8100 gathers dust (except for post-processing video) and I am thoroughly happy with this tablet. I use it for travel, at work (accessing my cell phone provider data plan on my Android phone, WITHOUT rooting the phone nor the need for a 2nd data plan, thank you) and it is very nice to have just the tablet in bed at night to read. I cannot express my happiness and pleasant experience thus for using this ASUS Transformer Prime tablet.
If you're one of those folks who is trying to discontinue spending $4-$5 daily on a coffee drink this machine comes ever so close to weaning yourself off that spend.
My wife commented that she wanted her favorite soy latte drink at home and asked me to be the home barista. I frankly have little to no desire to be grinding coffee and pulling shots in my spare time so I checked Amazon for a "latte maker". The reviews looked good but I was skeptical that this machine would do the trick at $99. After having 3 drinks thus far I can report that this machine delivers on the goods. We like our drinks extra hot and favor Starbucks when it comes to soy lattes. Using Silk Vanilla soy milk (just like Sbux) along with Sbux Espresso Roast (also available on Amazon) this comes ever so close to replicating our same favorite $4 drink. It's close enough that most days I'm going to fire this machine up and save a few $ in the long run. I strongly recommend checking out the Sbux Espresso roast for your favorite drink and giving this machine a try. Starbucks Dark Espresso Roast Ground Coffee, 12-Ounce Bags (Pack of 3) It may very well be the most convenient and tastiest coffee drink you can make at home without spending a lot of time and money on a super fancy machine. Quite easy to clean as well.
I recently realized i NEEDED to get back into shape. I saw an infomercial for this product on TV and was amazed by the results. After seeing all the positive reviews, I had to try it. This is AMAZING! I started seeing results right away, and I felt so much better about myself. I dropped weight and body fat which is something I knew I needed to do. Don't be fooled, this workout is not easy at all, but if you want results, you have to push yourself!