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I have been using the Nest thermostat at my office for 6 months. I installed it myself, set it up, and never had a single issue. It works great and saves us money on the utilities.
I print invitations and announcements from home, and had always used Printmaster software, primarily for its fonts and ease of use. So I decided to upgrade to the 2012 version. I have Windows 7, this is the worst program I have ever used.
What is there to say about this product. It works. It is a lovely alternative to...um, using nothing. My daughter spends time in an out of the hospital and I stay in the same room with her. The space is small and since it is a teaching hospital, there are medical personnel in and out of the room at all times of the day and night. Let me just put it out there, I am not a fan of "public pooping", but when you got to go, you got to go. This stuff pretty much saves the day, the room and the embarrassment. Speaking of embarrassment, maybe they should sell it in a holster and I could strap it to my teenage son so that he can have it with him always. His future college roommate would surely thank me.
I have had the PS4 for a month now and find it the most advanced gaming console out there. The controller is extremely user friendly and comfortable to hold, esp. for long periods of time. The graphics are incredible and take advantage of the full 1080p HD television's capabilities. I like the speaker in the controller; it is a way to get you really into the game. I have a plus account for my PS3 and it was a little confusing in the adaption to the PS4. I had to call Sony support and they walked me through the process. It took less than 5 minutes. There was no waiting when contacting Sony support and the reps were most helpful. I replaced the 500gb hard drive with a 1.5tb hard drive in no time. Sony made this process quick and easy. I was able to buy this unit for the MSRP of 399.99 when Amazon opened a window of purchase at that price with free shipping. I wasn't going to buy it until the price came down to 399.99 but I got lucky and hit Amazon just as they opened that price window. There is no way I would pay more than the MSRP for the PS4 so you should either wait until you can get this for the MSRP or keep checking Amazon to see if they open a price window. As of this writing, Amazon has opened the window and you can get it for the 399.99 price. The most important thing that Sony can do, though, is to download an update making the unit DLNA compliant. I would be able to integrate my systems with the PS4 and not have to use my PS3 for this process. I am also looking forward to more system updates to include other features not on the PS4 such as backward compatibility.