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Eh, like I said before - I don't get worked up over this stuff. It's just STUFF. Having said that, some people are silly. It isn't like I posted the article. Apple insider posted it, I merely commented that I like the concept of the Moto X and will consider it (and the iPhone 5s) this fall. That doesn't make me a troll or whatever...it makes me a consumer, a reasonable one at that.
Nice. I am cutting mine this fall. Aereo launches in Tampa and we rarely view other channels aside from local networks. I tried an indoor antenna but never got a DVR and we never watch live tv. So....come on Aereo!!!
To each his or her own. I look forward to considering this phone in August.
  Not at all friend :-)  I don't get anything in a twist over this kind of stuff, much bigger problems in the world.  At the end of the day, these are just phones after all.   Maybe I can answer this way: I know the specs don't blow other phones out of the water.  However, for ME, I like the idea of an "always on" Google Now experience.  The wrist flick thing for camera, ok, not too impressive.  The background updates, nice touch.  But as long as battery life is ok, I...
  Sorry, I hit "enter" too soon.   Neither Google nor Moto ever made claims about this being a superphone.  Those claims were made by the dreamers, the same who make similar claims about the next iPhone, etc.  Specs wise, this is probably a mid-range phone.  But as for utility - this phone is above any other Android phone in my opinion.  Again, battery life is a concern.  If it can do what they claim and last all day, it'll be very interesting.   I want a device that...
I am a big fan of Google Now. I use it on my iPhone 5 daily. This extends the usefulness, or it will for those who use it.My concerns are battery life obviously.
From everything I've read/seen, this is More Google and less Moto. Supposedly it's going to be running pure Android, which is a win for consumers I think
Obviously I'm in the minority here, but I quite like it.
I want an iPad mini with retina. In fact, I want 2. If 2013 doesn't have the mini with retina, I will probably buy the iPad 5 and a Nexus 7 (HD) for my kids/school. Or maybe 3 Nexi 7 (hd). But I prefer iPad.
I agree, especially during the holidays. Nexus 7 HD at the rumored $229 or iPad mini, no retina, at $329? Most people will go for the cheaper but higher spec'd option.
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