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  • Barry Jackson "zebra" - ITS a SUBTLE ACQUISITIONI slipped the Bose Solo TV Sound System into the living room, attached it, and sat back to enjoy the clarity of the sound of dialog. Mmmmmm. delicious. What I mean by subtle is that the rock and rollers won't notice the difference. But I bought it so it could improve my listening. If you're not into clarity forget it.
  • kadzy "tech freak" - lenovo yoga 11coming from a pc with windows 8 upgrade, this is a sizeable windows 8 experience improvement. It does absolutely everything that I need without undue wait time. did not think that I needed office as I have managed to get by without it for some time, somehow I find myself using it anyway and this version (vs @ work) has a cleaner interface that I easily got used to.

    I am just guessing that others are more of a power user than I am. for browsing, streaming and social media, I have no complaints. IE 10 seems to work much better here than on my pc, though using favorites is still terrible, nothing against Lenovo here.
    the screen is very good, keyboard for my large hands is surprisingly roomy, my one complaint/problem being double letters in a word, sometimes come up as single, maybe I have a lazy typing style as when I am more deliberate, it's perfect.

    as for weight, maybe it is heavier than a 10" tablet but honestly its easier to hold when laying in bed than my old android unit. I straighten it out verticaly (screen above keyboard) and put the edge of the keyboard on my chest. this places the screen about 8" higher and this makes viewing much more comfortable for my neck and easier on the hands.

    I was hesitant to get a tegra powered tablet and was going to wait for the atom powered units to drop to my price point ($450) but I took the plunge on the strength of some reviews and Lenovo's reputation for quality. absolutely no regrets. really appreciate the larger screen, wonder if I will ever use my laptop again. getting an honest 11 to 12 hours of use...incredible since I have been downloading like crazy and playing with everything to get it set up the way I want. the next task is to increase the number of rows on the live tile page...more than enough screen for 4 rows (up from standard 3)
    I'll come back and update if I come up with some significant negatives but so far, exceeding my expectations.

    cheersLenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 11.6-Inch Convertible Touchscreen Laptop
  • Chandler - Higher calorie burn than it lists: that is rare; a great workoutI have done workout DVDs and Wii fitness games for years so getting the XBox with Kinect really was monumental in getting me motivated because it is simply a step above all others in my opinion.

    This game is a great way to get in shape and is done well.

    Most fitness games have you watching a trainer and trying to follow along. This actually shows YOU on the screen in the same room as the trainer. Not an avatar but you personally morphed from your room onto the TV beside the trainer working out in his gym. It's just crazy to me how they can do that: what is really great is when I got a yoga mat, that showed up too, when I picked up my weights, that showed up too, but nothing else in my livingroom where I was using this showed up on the screen so I was totally in a virtual reality right there in a virtual gym in my workout bra and shorts.

    What's also great is that it REALLY, like a real personal trainer, pushes you to do the moves right. I've been working out for years but during one of the abs exercises my legs were not high enough up in the air. No workout DVD or Wii game would have told me this although they may have deducted points for not doing it right, but this time the trainer actually said "Get those legs higher up in the air! Higher!" I mean, this is what you pay a pro trainer for and by golly that trainer was right. I engaged far more muscles when I lifted my legs and I'd been doing that move wrong for years absentmindedly I do believe. Because it scans your body, I really knows what you are doing wrong.

    I like that it sets a goal for you...let's say 100 calories, and you can choose how you want to meet it. Strength training doesn't burn as many calories when you are doing it but it does continue to burn more long after you stop and build muscle which increases your metabolism even when you are sleeping and let's face it, it feels easier to do than cardio. But it does burn less when doing it so you are pushed to want to mix up your strength training with their very funny cardio sessions which burn more calories quickly, in order to get the workout done.

    They make the cardio sessions fun but having you do things like jump rope to a rhythm of stepping on squares, or seeing you on screen in a circle with lights that are coming at you and you have to step on them at the right moment, or even allowing you to travel the world running. What's neat about this is that is shows you in a city, like New York city, and tells you about the city as you run the streets in order to keep you motivated. In New York City it asked me to keep my eyes peeled for the Naked Cowboy. If you watch events in NYC on TV you know who that is. That's funny. Then, while running, it gives you challenges like lifting your knees high for a minute that you try to meet.

    Because I wear a bodybugg which is the most accurate measure of caloric burn outside of a hyperbolic chamber, I'm able to see exactly how many calories I burn and I usually wind up burning MORE than the screen says. Now this may not relate to you because how many you burn is based on your height, weight, whether you are male or female, age, and muscle tone but most games tell you that you are burning more so I give this game props for being conservative rather than basing the burn on the average male which many do.

    And, bottom line, it's a fantastic workout. The moves shown are excellent for getting you toned and the cardio is great for burning calories. You may start out slow depending upon what shape you are in but it pushes you to beat old scores and old times as you get better in shape. It gets you in shape in a fun and motivational way. Isn't that what we all want?