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“Who can get by with a “light” web-based email solution and whose work requires rich, full-featured functionality that is best delivered on the client?”
“Prices for full-featured 3D models also continue to fall.”
“Despite the advantages of full-featured touch screen tablets like the iPad, plenty of people opt for e-readers like Amazon's Kindle, finding them more comfortable in the hand and easier on the eyes.”
“This is a full-featured machine that works well, is fun to ride, and has an excellent reputation for reliability.”
“The Sportsmen 300 is a full-featured, smaller-size utility quad that is great for smaller riders.”
“I suspect I'll wait and see for a few versions until they, or a competitor inspired by the iPad, really nails a full-featured version like one with, say, a USB port.”
“Note Taker HD Whether you prefer handwriting, draw a lot of complex diagrams and flow charts or just plain like to doodle, Note Taker HD is an intuitive and full-featured app for all of your jotting needs.”
“If you're interested in a powerful tablet that will be as close to a productivity device as a tablet can be, you should get a full-featured, high-end tablet.”
“But he added, "In the world of full-sized, full-featured strollers, we're in the middle of the pack.”
“Bebot: A little animated robot with a big sound and heaps of personality, this full-featured, polyphonic synthesizer disguises itself as a cartoon character so well, that we suspect even keyboardists will have as much fun watching it sing as they will playing it.”
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