1. RumoredNow's Avatar
    @HeyCori I could never justify that subscription model to myself. What they are selling there is the promise of upgrades and some Skype credits. Bing rewards would get you all the free Skype you want if you're into that. And with a 3 year cycle for Office to upgrade and a looooong shelf life for the product anyhow... Yeah.

    I did just get a new machine though so another look at Office was in order. I never use Publish or Access and the free Outlook in a browser is so damn powerful why would anyone pay for that? What I can't do is Office online or Docs or whatever cloud based editor because I don't want to be beholden to having a connection to edit. Cloud based viewing is fine for the phone realm, but not always practicable for large screens where editing gets done when you are in an "on the road" scenario.

    So I found this deal that made me pull the trigger: https://forums.windowscentral.com/mi...c-82-72-a.html
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    09-17-2017 06:31 AM
  2. Nate W's Avatar
    @HeyCori I could never justify that subscription model to myself. What they are selling there is the promise of upgrades and some Skype credits. Bing rewards would get you all the free Skype you want if you're into that. And with a 3 year cycle for Office to upgrade and a looooong shelf life for the product anyhow... Yeah.

    I did just get a new machine though so another look at Office was in order. I never use Publish or Access and the free Outlook in a browser is so damn powerful why would anyone pay for that? What I can't do is Office online or Docs or whatever cloud based editor because I don't want to be beholden to having a connection to edit. Cloud based viewing is fine for the phone realm, but not always practicable for large screens where editing gets done when you are in an "on the road" scenario.

    So I found this deal that made me pull the trigger: https://forums.windowscentral.com/mi...c-82-72-a.html
    That is a good deal...I am fortunate enough to be able to take advantage of Microsoft's HUP, and get a full download for pretty cheap through my job.
    09-17-2017 11:19 AM
  3. fatclue_98's Avatar
    @HeyCori I could never justify that subscription model to myself. What they are selling there is the promise of upgrades and some Skype credits. Bing rewards would get you all the free Skype you want if you're into that. And with a 3 year cycle for Office to upgrade and a looooong shelf life for the product anyhow... Yeah.

    I did just get a new machine though so another look at Office was in order. I never use Publish or Access and the free Outlook in a browser is so damn powerful why would anyone pay for that? What I can't do is Office online or Docs or whatever cloud based editor because I don't want to be beholden to having a connection to edit. Cloud based viewing is fine for the phone realm, but not always practicable for large screens where editing gets done when you are in an "on the road" scenario.

    So I found this deal that made me pull the trigger: https://forums.windowscentral.com/mi...c-82-72-a.html

    I only recently learned the subscription model was or everyone. I thought it was set up for iOS and Android users who wanted Office on their phones and tablets. I bought an Enterprise license for Office 2007 many years ago and it's still kicking. I guess I'll be shopping for a 2013 Enterprise license soon.
    09-17-2017 11:28 AM
  4. HeyCori's Avatar
    That's a pretty solid deal. I've actually thought about buying a single license for some time but deep down I know I wouldn't get much use out of it.
    09-17-2017 02:24 PM
  5. beyondinfinity's Avatar
    Finally did it. I ditched Windows 10 mobile and went to Android. What prompted this? Well main reason was my phone started to die. After 3 years of use, my Nokia Lumia 1520 is on its last leg. First the camera started to go, OIS would activate randomly and ruin all my photos and videos. Then battery no longer held a charge, I would be reading something on the internst or watching a YouTube video and it would shut down. Once it shut down in the middle of a call so that's when I had enough.

    I chose Android because one thing I hate about Apple is the way you activate the camera, it seems like too many steps just to take a picture. Whereas phones like Sony Xperia have dedicated camera button, with all the manual settings so it works very close to the camera on Win 10 mobile. I ended up getting a Sony Xperia XZ Premium, it was closest I could find in terms of camera functionality.

    After using my new Android phone for a week, I still miss the following things from Win10 mobile.

    Keyboard: I found the keyboard in Win 10 mobile a lot nicer. I find I am making more corrections using the Android keyboard (swiftkey)

    Camera: I loved how almost all the Lumia cameras had the camera in the center. This was better because having it in the corner makes it easier for finger to get in the way of lens. I still don't get why manufacturers insist on placing cameras on the corner of phones. Centre is the best placement.

    Bing: Integration with the phone was nice, and I miss the daily lock screen wallpaper

    Phone Hardware: I have to admit I like the Lumia 1520 body even if it was a big phone and cumbersome to carry. It was designed really well and looked nice.

    I also miss the dedicated search icon beside the home button. Android has the tasks manager (or whatever you call it - 'list of apps running') mapped to that button and the search has to be a widget instead. I don't like this and thought Microsoft implementation of the back, home, search buttons at the bottom to be more intuitive. Long press back to see running apps. And search was easier to activate because it was right there at the bottom beside your thumb.

    But aside from any negatives I'm just glad I finally have access to APPS!!!!
    Last edited by beyondinfinity; 09-17-2017 at 03:04 PM.
    09-17-2017 02:52 PM
  6. fatclue_98's Avatar
    LG V20. I'm so utterly disappointed with this phone it's beyond belief. It's not a bad phone, it's just not tickling my particular fancy. The camera is every bit as good as any Lumia. There, I said it. I've always liked LG's special sauce because they're one of the few Androids where you can have a dark theme out of the box and their iteration of double tap-to-wake (and sleep). The speaker is sufficiently loud but not the greatest but then again, outside of the Idol 4S no other phone is that great either.

    Yes, all the apps are there and many work better than their Windows counterpart but that's expected. What isn't expected is the core OS apps are so ill-conceived as compared to Windows that it makes you take pause. The dialer, contacts, calendar, email, calculator, clock and settings apps look as they were designed by pre-schoolers. Not the bright ones either, more like the remedial class. Two apps I was impressed with are the file manager and the gallery apps. They both had the option to load OneDrive files/pictures a la Windows which was refreshing to see (Dropbox and Box are supported as well). There's no excuse for having to open multiple apps to achieve the same result. The file manager in particular was very BlackBerry-esque in that it's quite feature-filled.

    I shouldn't have to harp on pre-loaded apps so much but it's the new reality. Apps rule the roost and the OS with the best out-of-the-box experience should win right? Wrong. I'm not going to go into a lengthy comparo between Android and Windows, or iOS for that matter, because I want to stay on point and deal with this particular phone's deficiencies. Which brings me around to connectivity. The V20 supports HDMI-out via the USB-C connector so I tried to plug it into my x3's dock. It works and it doesn't work. It charges, connects to the Ethernet cable for network connection and it recognizes the wireless mouse & keyboard. Except it constantly trips between the physical input and onscreen kb. Try to type a URL and you're blind because the onscreen kb takes up half the available viewing area even though the onscreen kb is toggled off. For the Ethernet to work properly you have to pull down the notification shade and toggle data off. If you've read this far you'll see these are all unnecessary steps that you would never have to do on a Continuum-enabled Windows phone. Plug-n-play is unrivaled in the Windows camp. Since you can't do any of this on an iPhone it's not worth mentioning. Please note that after disconnecting everything you won't be able to repeat any of these tasks without a soft reboot. It's just not happening.

    Before I go any further I'd like to mention that the battery life is not very good either but keeping it on the dock for extended periods mitigates this shortcoming. I'm trying to keep an open mind because I think most of the sour grapes in this post are Android and not entirely the V20. For example, when I connect my Primo or x3 via a wired connection every Windows 10 compatible printer in the network show up in the print dialogue. As of this writing, Android has yet to offer USB or Bluetooth printer support. Some OEMs have NFC printers but those are still very rare. You're left with Google Cloud and Wi-Fi if you want to print but that gets quickly eliminated if you're on Remote Desktop because Android didn't see fit to include using Local Resources with their apps. Buried in the settings is the ability to use your SD card storage with RDP but you need to know how to activate the special permissions and fewer and fewer phones are coming with expandable storage anyway.

    Well that's it in a nutshell. Being a Windows guy I'm going to find workarounds if they're there to be had. But for all the grief us Windows users have to endure about workarounds to get around WM's shortfalls, I find it ironic. So the next person who claims DeX or any other desktop imitation is better than Continuum, point them to this post. I'd be more than happy to tear down their argument point by point.
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    09-21-2017 07:24 PM
  7. TgeekB's Avatar
    Got an iPhone 7 about a week ago. Love it.
    Then I got to update it to iOS 11, love it even more.
    09-21-2017 07:53 PM
  8. libra89's Avatar
    LG V20. I'm so utterly disappointed with this phone it's beyond belief. It's not a bad phone, it's just not tickling my particular fancy. The camera is every bit as good as any Lumia. There, I said it. I've always liked LG's special sauce because they're one of the few Androids where you can have a dark theme out of the box and their iteration of double tap-to-wake (and sleep). The speaker is sufficiently loud but not the greatest but then again, outside of the Idol 4S no other phone is that great either.

    Yes, all the apps are there and many work better than their Windows counterpart but that's expected. What isn't expected is the core OS apps are so ill-conceived as compared to Windows that it makes you take pause. The dialer, contacts, calendar, email, calculator, clock and settings apps look as they were designed by pre-schoolers. Not the bright ones either, more like the remedial class. Two apps I was impressed with are the file manager and the gallery apps. They both had the option to load OneDrive files/pictures a la Windows which was refreshing to see (Dropbox and Box are supported as well). There's no excuse for having to open multiple apps to achieve the same result. The file manager in particular was very BlackBerry-esque in that it's quite feature-filled.

    I shouldn't have to harp on pre-loaded apps so much but it's the new reality. Apps rule the roost and the OS with the best out-of-the-box experience should win right? Wrong. I'm not going to go into a lengthy comparo between Android and Windows, or iOS for that matter, because I want to stay on point and deal with this particular phone's deficiencies. Which brings me around to connectivity. The V20 supports HDMI-out via the USB-C connector so I tried to plug it into my x3's dock. It works and it doesn't work. It charges, connects to the Ethernet cable for network connection and it recognizes the wireless mouse & keyboard. Except it constantly trips between the physical input and onscreen kb. Try to type a URL and you're blind because the onscreen kb takes up half the available viewing area even though the onscreen kb is toggled off. For the Ethernet to work properly you have to pull down the notification shade and toggle data off. If you've read this far you'll see these are all unnecessary steps that you would never have to do on a Continuum-enabled Windows phone. Plug-n-play is unrivaled in the Windows camp. Since you can't do any of this on an iPhone it's not worth mentioning. Please note that after disconnecting everything you won't be able to repeat any of these tasks without a soft reboot. It's just not happening.

    Before I go any further I'd like to mention that the battery life is not very good either but keeping it on the dock for extended periods mitigates this shortcoming. I'm trying to keep an open mind because I think most of the sour grapes in this post are Android and not entirely the V20. For example, when I connect my Primo or x3 via a wired connection every Windows 10 compatible printer in the network show up in the print dialogue. As of this writing, Android has yet to offer USB or Bluetooth printer support. Some OEMs have NFC printers but those are still very rare. You're left with Google Cloud and Wi-Fi if you want to print but that gets quickly eliminated if you're on Remote Desktop because Android didn't see fit to include using Local Resources with their apps. Buried in the settings is the ability to use your SD card storage with RDP but you need to know how to activate the special permissions and fewer and fewer phones are coming with expandable storage anyway.

    Well that's it in a nutshell. Being a Windows guy I'm going to find workarounds if they're there to be had. But for all the grief us Windows users have to endure about workarounds to get around WM's shortfalls, I find it ironic. So the next person who claims DeX or any other desktop imitation is better than Continuum, point them to this post. I'd be more than happy to tear down their argument point by point.
    Wow, I'm sorry about you feeling disappointed in the V20. That sucks. I'm glad that you tried it at least. You're so right, it is ironic. It gets to a point where it is ridiculous to drop a lot of change and you feel like you have to do a workaround. To me, that is something that hurts the most and it's hard for me to deal with something like this long term.
    09-21-2017 07:59 PM
  9. libra89's Avatar
    Got an iPhone 7 about a week ago. Love it.
    Then I got to update it to iOS 11, love it even more.
    Wait what?! How did I miss this? What made you go up in size? What color? How's battery life treating you? How do you like the "button"? Do you use 3D touch?

    I know I have a lot of questions but you know this was coming from me.
    09-21-2017 08:15 PM
  10. TgeekB's Avatar
    Wait what?! How did I miss this? What made you go up in size? What color? How's battery life treating you?

    I know I have a lot of questions but you know this was coming from me.
    About a week ago.
    I thought I’d try the next size up. Nothing drastic.
    Gold color.
    Battery life is pretty good. Not as good as the SE but still gets me through the day.
    Bought it used for a decent price. So far so good!
    09-21-2017 08:18 PM
  11. libra89's Avatar
    About a week ago.
    I thought I’d try the next size up. Nothing drastic.
    Gold color.
    Battery life is pretty good. Not as good as the SE but still gets me through the day.
    Bought it used for a decent price. So far so good!
    Very cool! Congrats! I hope that you will continue to enjoy it.
    09-21-2017 08:25 PM
  12. TgeekB's Avatar
    Very cool! Congrats! I hope that you will continue to enjoy it.
    Thanks!
    09-21-2017 08:26 PM
  13. Nate W's Avatar
    @fatclue_98
    I owned the G6 for about a week. I agree with your opinion on the native dttw, dark mode, and the camera on the G6 two(too?) was excellent imo.

    The one thing I could not get past though was the skin/overlay of every app under the LG UX ui control. I do not know if it was the visual design or how the functionality came across that got me more bothered. If I chose to stick it out I would eventually adapt and be ok with it, like any device, but it was not what I needed most out of a phone. Unless I can rip the keyboard, messaging app, and Outlook out of my windows phones exactly how they are and put them in an android phone, it is super hard for me to stay on an android phone for very long.
    09-21-2017 08:31 PM
  14. fatclue_98's Avatar
    @fatclue_98
    I owned the G6 for about a week. I agree with your opinion on the native dttw, dark mode, and the camera on the G6 two(too?) was excellent imo.

    The one thing I could not get past though was the skin/overlay of every app under the LG UX ui control. I do not know if it was the visual design or how the functionality came across that got me more bothered. If I chose to stick it out I would eventually adapt and be ok with it, like any device, but it was not what I needed most out of a phone. Unless I can rip the keyboard, messaging app, and Outlook out of my windows phones exactly how they are and put them in an android phone, it is super hard for me to stay on an android phone for very long.
    It’s the little things like pulling down the notifications shade and seeing what Wi-Fi network I’m on, not just an icon showing me it’s on. Or seeing which Bluetooth gadget is connected. No icon whatsoever for mobile hotspot there either. Seriously? A separate app for VVM, c’mon man!

    I’ve said many times the success or failure of an OS is its UI and how it handles the day to day basics. For all the apps in the world, Android can’t hold a candle to Windows. I’m typing this post on my iPad that I just finished updating to iOS 11. I’m seriously digging the new keyboard even though it’s about 10 years late. The file manager is not what I would’ve wanted but it’s what I expected from Apple. In other words, a half-assed attempt just to please the naysayers. Maybe HDMI-out and mouse support will come in 2027.
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    09-21-2017 09:50 PM
  15. Nate W's Avatar
    Excellent points! It is the attention to detail on the little things like you say. I take that for granted at times. The WOWs of the camera or the screen size with small bezels can try to smooth over the shortcoming of other devices but they are always there. Windows devices have shortcoming too. Like the "Loading...." splash screen on certain devices :). Changing subj here to rant on Android... I still cannot get past all these 8GB of RAM mobile phones that keep coming forth. W10M is still 32bit and does just about everything the other OSs do, sometimes more or better, and with half the resources. :). If it ever needed or could use 8GB it would slaughter the current SD competition. I won't mention the Apple devices however as Apple is another story on that discussion angle.
    09-21-2017 10:22 PM
  16. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    LG V20. I'm so utterly disappointed with this phone it's beyond belief. It's not a bad phone, it's just not tickling my particular fancy. The camera is every bit as good as any Lumia. There, I said it. I've always liked LG's special sauce because they're one of the few Androids where you can have a dark theme out of the box and their iteration of double tap-to-wake (and sleep). The speaker is sufficiently loud but not the greatest but then again, outside of the Idol 4S no other phone is that great either.

    Yes, all the apps are there and many work better than their Windows counterpart but that's expected. What isn't expected is the core OS apps are so ill-conceived as compared to Windows that it makes you take pause. The dialer, contacts, calendar, email, calculator, clock and settings apps look as they were designed by pre-schoolers. Not the bright ones either, more like the remedial class. Two apps I was impressed with are the file manager and the gallery apps. They both had the option to load OneDrive files/pictures a la Windows which was refreshing to see (Dropbox and Box are supported as well). There's no excuse for having to open multiple apps to achieve the same result. The file manager in particular was very BlackBerry-esque in that it's quite feature-filled.

    I shouldn't have to harp on pre-loaded apps so much but it's the new reality. Apps rule the roost and the OS with the best out-of-the-box experience should win right? Wrong. I'm not going to go into a lengthy comparo between Android and Windows, or iOS for that matter, because I want to stay on point and deal with this particular phone's deficiencies. Which brings me around to connectivity. The V20 supports HDMI-out via the USB-C connector so I tried to plug it into my x3's dock. It works and it doesn't work. It charges, connects to the Ethernet cable for network connection and it recognizes the wireless mouse & keyboard. Except it constantly trips between the physical input and onscreen kb. Try to type a URL and you're blind because the onscreen kb takes up half the available viewing area even though the onscreen kb is toggled off. For the Ethernet to work properly you have to pull down the notification shade and toggle data off. If you've read this far you'll see these are all unnecessary steps that you would never have to do on a Continuum-enabled Windows phone. Plug-n-play is unrivaled in the Windows camp. Since you can't do any of this on an iPhone it's not worth mentioning. Please note that after disconnecting everything you won't be able to repeat any of these tasks without a soft reboot. It's just not happening.

    Before I go any further I'd like to mention that the battery life is not very good either but keeping it on the dock for extended periods mitigates this shortcoming. I'm trying to keep an open mind because I think most of the sour grapes in this post are Android and not entirely the V20. For example, when I connect my Primo or x3 via a wired connection every Windows 10 compatible printer in the network show up in the print dialogue. As of this writing, Android has yet to offer USB or Bluetooth printer support. Some OEMs have NFC printers but those are still very rare. You're left with Google Cloud and Wi-Fi if you want to print but that gets quickly eliminated if you're on Remote Desktop because Android didn't see fit to include using Local Resources with their apps. Buried in the settings is the ability to use your SD card storage with RDP but you need to know how to activate the special permissions and fewer and fewer phones are coming with expandable storage anyway.

    Well that's it in a nutshell. Being a Windows guy I'm going to find workarounds if they're there to be had. But for all the grief us Windows users have to endure about workarounds to get around WM's shortfalls, I find it ironic. So the next person who claims DeX or any other desktop imitation is better than Continuum, point them to this post. I'd be more than happy to tear down their argument point by point.
    I'm sorry to hear this. I got a V20 following an MXPE, and the V20 is much better in every way to me, including battery life. I'm also impressed by the audio and camera on the V20. I'm sorry it's such a letdown for you. 😞
    09-22-2017 02:00 AM
  17. camaroz1985's Avatar
    Got an iPhone 7 about a week ago. Love it.
    Then I got to update it to iOS 11, love it even more.
    Keeping your SE too?
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    09-22-2017 01:10 PM
  18. libra89's Avatar
    Keeping your SE too?
    I totally forgot to ask this, but I am wondering the same...
    09-22-2017 03:38 PM
  19. TgeekB's Avatar
    Keeping your SE too?
    Yes I am. I haven’t updated it to 11 yet though. Might tonight!
    09-22-2017 05:33 PM
  20. Will Gilliland's Avatar
    This week was rough. I went through a divorce. Wifey and I are fine. W10M and I are not. I love the W10M GUI and my Lumia 950XL. After giving up on Symbian, I went through all the iterations of Windows Mobile with HTC Mogul, HTC Touch... then I flirted with Android phones for a few years.
    Windows Mobile 8 caught my attention but I already had been an Android user for years. When i found a Lumia 520 for $25 I started "playing" with it on the side. It was sluggish, but the GUI had promise and I started falling for Windows Mobile again. I picked up a Lumia 640 for $50 and soldered wireless charging onto it and made it my one and only phone.
    After a year of use and the release of W10M, I was all-in. Microsoft, PUT MY LIFE IN SYNC!!! My company offered me a free Galaxy S6, but instead I paid out of pocket to buy a Lumia 950XL at the Microsoft Store. I was in love and cheered on the promise of unifying Windows 10 across all my devices, Desktop, Surface Pro 3, Lumia 950XL and XBox One. Ok, so my Band and Band 2 weren't Windows 10.. but it worked well (until it didn't).
    I was more than a Microsoft advocate.... I was their APOSTLE! OneDrive had matured. Groove music was getting pretty dang good. Maps was actually good. My life was unified and Cortana was orchestrating it all.

    Then as I was leading my own personal charge, the Microsoft troops weren't following me.

    Microsoft cancelled the Band 3. Bummer. Microsoft halts HoloLens. Hmmm. Development of Win10M wasn't keeping pace. It seemed like it was being developed by a skeleton crew while the rest of their programmers worked on apps for iOS and Android. What? As far as I could tell, there was zero spent on advertising Band, HoloLens or any Windows Phone. Did you blow the budget supplying the NFL with Surfaces? And where is that Surface Phone?

    Then I raise an eyebrow to "retrenchment". It sounded too much like retreat... and retreat without a plan at that. Somehow, Microsoft had the vision they could leverage Windows 10 computers to open the gateway to the mobile world. I hope the person that dreamed that up is being paid commission-only on Windows phone sales.

    Well screw you, Microsoft. I'll believe more in you than YOU DO YOURSELF. I was determined to stay with my 950XL. No app, no problem. I'll use the mobile web version. If that didn't work, I convinced myself I didn't need that service anyway. Mobile banking? No thanks (I guess). Paperless airline tickets? For sissies. No fitness apps that work properly with trackers? I'll just pump iron and grunt.

    Then my company offered a free Galaxy S8+. I'd been traveling, weary, low on sleep and weak. I said yes, I'll take one.

    I'll be just like the Microsoft Store. I'll take an S8 and install all the MS apps on it and all will be fine. Ummm nope! I downloaded an app that gags Bixby and I inserted Cortana in his place. Cortana, don't be mad at me.. it's not you, it's me. Please stay with me on my Android journey. "Hey Cortana, Set timer for one hour". Cortana, "Ok, here is what I found". No, Cortana. Not a web search on time of an hour. She must resent me.

    Outlook on Android looked familiar, but it was separate. It didn't mesh with everything, like that one guy in the office that works well alone but doesn't play well with others. But all wasn't bad. Skype, Skype for Business, OneNote, OneDrive, Teams, MSN Money, Office Lens all worked and worked even better than they did on Microsoft's phones!!

    It became abundantly clear. Microsoft doesn't get it. People buy from ecosystems that are PERSONAL to them. We eat-with, work-with and sleep next to our digital buddies. If MS apps don't work well with our phone's ecosystem and we have perfectly good alternatives, why would we use Microsoft's versions. Does MS really think Apple and Google with every tightly integrate their apps or even allow them to?

    Don't tell Cortana, but she's on the way out. I may ditch Outlook, too. Skype? Teams? Why? I could use Slack. Once my mobile world is in sync, why not mesh my other devices? ChromeOS is maturing. Google's GSuite is better integrated with Android than MS Office. Google and Apple are getting good living room devices that can replace the apps I use on my XBox.

    Microsoft, you are in danger far beyond the mobile market and you don't even know it.
    09-22-2017 09:17 PM
  21. libra89's Avatar
    So I'm having mixed Pixel feelings. It's been about 4 days and I felt these feelings the day it arrived but I was encouraged to use it for a month. At this point, it's hard for me to see myself doing that. The Pixel doesn't feel big or anything but I don't know if I just miss iOS or what.

    Weirdly enough, I have missed my A3 for song identification more than anything else. I love having the voice search option for that.
    On the Pixel, you don't get it without GA, which I don't want to use. I'm not sure. I love the Pixel camera but I don't know if this was worth it for me. Also I find myself using time and money trying to endlessly customize the Pixel because I'm still not content with how the home screens look. "Stock" has its pros and cons. I'm missing the mute mode and battery life of my A3. I think I can get @fatclue_98 's earlier comment about the V20 not totally hitting the spot for him.

    Edit: I'm going to make a pro and con list to see if that helps me decide what to use.

    Edit 2: Considering switching back to my A3. I have general core things that are must haves and while the Pixel meets/exceeds some of it, I don't know if that's enough for me. Great radios and cameras but not having song ID has been difficult for me, along with the lack of a mute switch.
    Last edited by libra89; 09-22-2017 at 11:19 PM.
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    09-22-2017 09:25 PM
  22. Elky64's Avatar
    Good read thanks for sharing. Will say I'm less impressed w/Microsoft these days than I ever was in the past 30 years. Oh, and sorry to hear about your divorce.
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    09-22-2017 10:39 PM
  23. LumPhile's Avatar
    I think the shrinks need to introduce a new classification, which can describe and provide appropriate treatment for those persons insanely incensed with MS products; who write reams about how they have abandoned the platform; who froth and rave about the uselessness of MS products; who ad nauseam ad infinitum predict the imminent demise of said products; but who, seemingly hopelessly addicted, relentlessly troll those sites dedicated to all things MS.
    09-22-2017 11:35 PM
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    09-22-2017 11:54 PM
  25. PerfectReign's Avatar
    Microsoft, you are in danger far beyond the mobile market and you don't even know it.[/B]
    well stated and a valid point.


    Sent from mTalk on my 950xl
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    09-23-2017 12:02 AM
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