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The latch is easy to adjust and open. It has more compartments/pockets than I need. The inner pocket lining and material is soft (great for phone and other gadgets). The zippers are YKK and easy to access. It has enough space for two laptops (Thinkpad W541 + Dell Latitude E7440), power adapters, ipad pro, and a notebook. The construction is solid and seems like it will last forever.
The best basketball shoe I've worn. Honestly, I believe Adidas is making the best basketball shoes right now...what they're doing is something special. The fit is perfect, and the grip is awesome as well. You don't have to worry about slipping when taking abrupt stops or hard cuts to the basket. Lastly, with Boost Technology...these shoes have so much bounce! Will definitely be buying Adidas shoes for basketball from now on.
This is the best golf bag I have had in the 15 years I have been playing. It's extremely light, has plenty of storage, and is very comfortable on my shoulders and back when carrying. One issue when ordering from Amazon.com was the color combination. I was hoping for the black/white (black bag, white Callaway logo) combination, but the image in the cart was for the black/charcoal/white (black and white bag, red ouline of the Callaway logo). Since the price was so good ($55 less than some online golf stores), I decided to order the bag anyway. Much to my (pleasant) surprise, the bag that was delivered to me had the black/white combination. All in all, I'm extremely satisfied with the purchase.
This is a must book to have studying for the sat. This book is very easy to understand how the is set up.
I purchased 2013 via my work. Tried to install it, all I got was grief. Had to remove other Microsoft programs before 2013 would allow me to install itself. Really? So, I did it. Installed the 2013, would not activate. Called MS, spent a long, long time on the phone, got it activated, all would seem to good. Suddenly Excel would not open. Again, I uninstall, remove all Microsoft programs, go through the whole process again. Really? Today, Jan 16th, Excel will not open again. Says command issues. I run the repair, does nothing, I put in the 2013 disk, it tells me I have 32 bit and I am trying to install 64 bit. No, I installed 64 bit, this is not my first day at the races. 2013 wont even let me then install the 32 bit. So, I have uninstalled it, installing 2010. MS, shame on you guys. My time is not valuable to you. One day, you may not have a monopoly and you may wish you had treated your customers better. STICK WITH 2010.......