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I used to have Norton, then I used to have AVG. But they both slowed my computer down and were not very effective.
Bought this with a 2nd cable and an electric acoustic guitar. I am a complete beginner but my 9y old son who did not want to learn an instrument so fat was envious and now is hooked, we played "against" each other for hours yesterday ;)
My wife and I just returned from our first-ever visit to HK. A four day visit. We used this guide every day. It was useful but had many shortcomings. Like when we made the effort to get to the best museum in the area, called HK Museum of History, only to find out it is closed Tuesdays. I think the book should explicitly say CLOSED TUESDAY. It does not. And it guided us to an area in HK called Wan Chai that promised great night life with fun bars and restaurants. We made it over there and discovered it to be kind of seedy, not many restaurants, and quite a few street hookers. We don't mind seeing a few street walkers, but we thought the book should have described it as such. On our own, we discovered something called The Central–Mid-Levels escalator and walkway system which is the world's longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world. It's free and we really enjoyed riding it. It is not mentioned in the book at all! We also ran into a very lively area called SoHo that was full of nice restaurants and bars, that was not mentioned in the book. Mind you, the book was published just nine months ago (in January 2015), and yet seemed either out of date or out of touch. It seems to me Lonely Planet guides used to be much more reliable. Now days they try to cover everywhere in the world, for every kind of traveler, and as a result they aren't the great and reliable guides they used to be.
great mouse with precision accuracy! Price is little too high though... other issue i ran into is mouse makes little rattling noise from center wheel. I think it's because it has side scroll buttons. I ended up requesting for a replacement and new one does not rattle as much as the first one. Kind of disappointing for $150 mouse to have that kind of cheap quality sound and quality control seems to be an issue. Other than that it is still best wireless gaming mouse, would still recommend it!
My wife has a bad back and we were on a box springs and mattress that was killing her. Once we got the Purple mattress it was like night and day. She will never go back to the box springs and mattress again! I would highly recommend for your next mattress!
I have an older car sterio that doesn't have Bluetooth capabilities or even an auxiliary input. I used to use a device that had to plug into my phone, the cigarette lighter and got pretty spotty connectivity. I expected about the same level of connectivity via radio with this one, but was pleasantly surprised that the sound is much clearer. Also I LOVE that your phone isn't teathered to a cord! You can still charge your phone because this has a built in USB port, which is great since it's taking up your cigarette lighter. I would definitely recommend this product.
Have not had any problems with this anti-virus soft wear. It has not locked up my computer, it even keeps my computer working smoothly, even while running scans. Now that is a first.