Good question. Will have to get my hands on the Vapor X to answer that, but my initial thought is the Ignite is a much more fitness-focused product. It’s got more training metrics and features, while I think the Vapor X is probably going to lean into the wellness/health/overall smartwatch angle.
dumb sausage fingers. fixed.
it can get dicey in the financial district, to be fair, where the grid system just...disintegrates into lots of tiny alleyways and GPS just does not work. Midtown and up, I agree with you though, I get disoriented trying to find where’s uptown/downtown just after leaving the subway.
wadda ya take me for? native new yawker here, i always move outta da way.
watch this space. we’re working on something cool re: consumer AR glasses.
It’s certainly more difficult, especially for physically or visually impaired folks, but it’s not true that you can’t use a manual blood pressure cuff on yourself. It just requires a lot of coordination and your hearing needs to be good. Here’s a video by Mayo Clinic on how to do it yourself.
Mayo Clinic defines low pressure is defined as 90/60; Rose is within the normal range. She also told me her doctor said her heart health is akin to an athlete’s so...Rose is still the only one of us not dying, apparently.
The benefits are mediocre, but if you buy a lot of Apple products you could get 3% cashback on them. If you use Apple Pay a lot, then you get 2% cashback on all those as well. Otherwise, no annual fees, foreign transaction fees, no late penalties, and an emphasis on privacy are the draws here. You can’t, as of yet,…
You can usually look up a card and find out what credit score you need to be approved. Some (usually the best cards) require a much higher credit score than others, and because applying for a credit card results in a hard inquiry, it can negatively impact your overall score to be rejected. It’s not a major thing if…
WHOA! That’s a high interest rate for a very good credit score...wild.
The benefits are primarily for Apple users; the cashback is issued through Apple Cash and the Wallet app. If you have an Android phone you’re not really getting those spending tracking features. Also, you only get 1% cashback by using the physical card. The 2% cashback is only for use with Apple Pay via your iP…
If you don’t have it then you should be fine. Netflix is only testing a few users and doesn’t plan on rolling it out on a wider basis....at the moment.
Very true, but given the streaming platform wars and subscription fatigue, it’s not a bad idea to try out.
she is a lickitung. I edited nothing.
It’s definitely the most practical part about it, especially for use cases like yours. I think for hobbyists though, the temptation to eventually abandon the camera and just use your phone to print better shots is high. You can sort of see it in the shots of my dog I included in the review. The camera roll photos just…
that’s a gnarly collection
go forth and do the thing.