دليل شركات الدعاية والإعلان والمطابع ومستلزماتها في مصر - دليل شركات الدعاية والإعلان والمطابع ومستلزماتها في مصر
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The plug tester feels like it's well built, nice rubber grips on the sites. The plug is a bit stiff though going into some sockets. The light code guide is on both sides of the device which is nice. Allows you to test if the outlet/cord has power or is wired correctly. Great for testing for dead sockets or power-strips. If there's power it lights up even if it's wired wrong.
I confess that I'm so overwhelmed with all kinds of clutter that I finish very few books I start these days. Well, this is the first e-book I've ever finished, reading every page from start to finish...even if it took months to do. I'm ready to tackle the assignments, to begin getting rid of the clutter that keeps me from giving and living my best for God.
The Edge models were a mistake. Samsung makes great products, but the Edge is just a failed gimmick. The edges on the phone screen actually distort both sides of the screen, actually causing difficulty viewing the whole screen at every angle. The idea was to enable viewing notifications from the side of your phone, but that was an unnecessary feature, and really only created functionality problems. The rounded screen edges cause several problems. It causes an impossible glare on both sides of the phone anytime there is a light source to reflect it. This is a problem everywhere; outside and inside. And it doesn't matter how you turn your phone, the glare remains along the edges, and is a big distraction. On regular flat screen phones, you can get rid of glare by turning your phone. This is not possible with the Edge. Also, the screen is distorted on the sides where the "edge" is, because the picture "rolls" around the sides of the edge like old fashioned TV's; but much worse. It's very distracting to view pictures, watch video, and play games. One final problem caused by the edges of the phone is that cases made for it have to keep the edges exposed in order to fit the phone and view the screen. This makes the screen ultra-vulnerable to scratches and breaks. Most cases don't even come past the plane of the front of the screen! Even the bulkier ones. For comparison, I've owned a Galaxy S5 for 2 years without scratching it. I work in construction, and have dropped my S5 probably hundreds of times. Had an Otter Box case on it, but removed the screen protector to prevent dust from getting between it and my screen. Somehow the S5 screen is still perfect! I just bought the S6 Edge Plus, and the exposed edge of it got scratched the first few days with a case on it. Hopefully, Samsung well concede that the edge was a mistake, and they will discontinue it. I recommend the regular S6, S7, or Note models. You will be much happier with any traditional, flat-screened phone.
This is a great book detailing Amway's beginnings and expansion to other markets. I would really recommend this book to Amway members and critics alike to really understand the business.