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When I first decided to buy the LG KC910 Renoir I was really excited.
I couldn't buy the iPhone (which I really wanted), and this phone seemed the perfect alternative. The first thing that made me go "wow" was it's design. Minimal, just like I wanted it. But to be honest, I don't know if I would have buy it again.
Let's be fair: no big negative feautures. Let's just say it's "okay".
The iPhone, in my opinion, is much much better. The touch screen of the LG is okay. Sometimes it's deferred by 0.5 second.
And don't get too excited about the 8MP camera: it's no big deal. Pictures are okay. The colour is a bit weird.
Another thing that I don't like is the fact that the OS is LG owned, and not Apple or Windows. This makes it REALLY hard to find good applications to put on it.
In the end, it is a good phone.
Maybe I was too excited when I first got it.
I would reccomend the Omnia from Samsung or the iPhone.
But if you have it already don't kill yourself, it's a good phone.
As everyone knows, Prada is synonym of elegance, fashion edge and impeccable taste, shown by the incredible quality of all their products (from clothes, to accessories to, how we will now seen, beauty products), and by their, let's say, reputation.
You can't go wrong with Prada, and this certainly is the proof.
The first time I came across the perfume was at a perfume store in London. They offered me "echantillons", so that I could smell the fragrance myself.
In that moment, in the middle of hundreds of people, I fell in love with the fragrance.
You can't compare it to anything. It's woody, but with a strong emphasis on oriental spices. A mixture between the twos is the perfect definition.
The intensity is perfect: not too strong, neither too light.
The bottle has a minimal design which I quite like.
Everyone that smelled it on me said that it was great.
Only thing: really expensive, but I bet you can find it for a good deal.
Would recommend it to everyone, it really is special.
Grand Slam Tennis for wii is definitely a game to have.
It has all the qualities of a great game.
Graphic is very good (of course, for the Wii - we know wii doesn't make outstanding graphic like a PS3 or Xbox 360 ) .
Game lasts very long, IF you win! !
A thing I didn't like was the fact that if you are doing a tournament, and you loose a match, you immediately go to the other tournament, and can't finish the original one. It is very realistic, but I didn't like that really.
I have to say though that the gameplay is fantastic.
Plus, with the motion plus (that you will find inside), it all becomes extremely realistic.
At first you will think that it doesn't work, but trust me, it does.
Another thing i have to say is that it takes a bit to load, but games are long, so it's ok.
I would recommend it to everyone.
It has been slightly more than a year since I got my Canon Powershot G9.
I must say that it has been a great camera.
But let's see point by point.
First of all the screen; it's huge. It's perfect for having a great overview of your pictures. Plus, the zoom is incredibly effective: you can see every single detail of the picture.
Pictures: i thought the quality was outstanding (it IS 12.1 mega pixels)
HOWEVER, sometimes the colour noise is visible.
Features: you can do loads of stuff with the brand new features. From exchanging colours to a vast variety of options. Outdor, indor, under sea (!!), and of course b/w, posterize, ecc. However, it doesn't provide negative.
It is also easy to use (not perfect, but still).
Only thing: it was very expensive, but now prices may have dropped down.
Worth it though.
Would highly recommend it to everyone.