Iapmr.org Review:

IAPMR: Indian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - PMR, IAPMR, PM&R, Physiatrist, Indian Association, Physical Medicine Rehabilitation


Country: Asia, IN, India

  • A. Irons - Quick easy and low cost download.I've used Norton 360 for several years now and usually by mailed in disks.
    This time I decided to select the direct download option and found it to be
    very quick and easy. This method cost much less than the usual discounts
    and I get the same powerful program with up to 3pc usage. My cost was
    less than $30.00 and I am very pleased with it so far. I highly recommend it
    to anyone who prefer Norton antivirus products.
  • Mike Sora - biggest potential in the device just need patience until the right one comeUPDATE 10 JUNE - 2012

    on march as soon as i've asked for a replace, amazon send me new tblet as soon as they get them in stock, this new one change my first rate from 1 star to 5, this is what i asked for, a real tablet with no bugs or things like that, it works flawesly, no more hdmi problems, browser works great, no more gyroscope issues or sensors working randomly, right now this baby is a huge mate, i carry this prime with me everywhere, i've use this tablet for 2 days as music player without connect to a energy source, as AC charger uses a pin/usb conector, i buyd a female/female usb adapter to conect my gamepad, wifi gate is not an issue right now and ive received 1 gps extension from asus directly so if yu dock it, you can navigate in your country without any internet need

    UPDATE MARCH - 2012
    i've use the hdmi connector to use my prime on a TV and guess what, most games doesn't work properly, most of them fails to open when hdmi cable is connected, it's scarry, even movies stop working when connected to a TV, i've decided and asked amazon to a replace (would like to buy a new ipad but right now i'm with a keyboar dock station, and cover sleeve and leather case, if my new prime has some autorotate or sensors problem i definitely shoot myself


    I've been following detailed the launch of different tablets since motorola xoom on january\2010 until now, and when the prime was announced i fell in love and after 1 week of working with it i must say that i love it and i hate it, why? The overall is awesome, it's 110% fluid, no lag, perfect multitask, screen quality awesome but i hate it for just one simple reason (forget wifi and gps issue cuz this one is most important)

    Transformer prime has a critical issue, sensors works randomly so you wont have gyroscope, light sensor, proximity sensor, compass, gravity, orientation etc. My asus right out of the box had this issue, when i take it that day tried to play Riptide GP and guess what, never recognize movement with gyroscope, i have tried with hard reset, wipe and a lot of stuff and realized that in transformer forum (ths big one) there's lot of people with same problem and all of them had called to asus support with no success, others have receive a warranty replacement with no luck cuz new device has also same issue and the only solution right now is reboot device lot of times until you get sensos working properly (just for a little time then it stops working again)
  • Livvy - So much more fun than exercising at home without the game!I bought this after seeing my brothers play as Rancors in the Star Wars game for the connect. I originally thought of getting a Zumba game, but wanted something more than just dance. I love this game! It has dance classes to satisfy my desire for dance, but also has workouts for arms, core, back, legs, and glutes. It also has things like Run the World, which I really enjoyed, jump rope (kind of like Guitar Hero with your feet), and wall break. I really enjoy wall break!

    The game scans you and it uses your actual self (albeit a slightly cartoonish and very shiny version of yourself) as your character for game play. This is both really neat and also good motivation. *wink* I love the controls. One thing that gets old with the Kinect is holding your hand over an option and waiting for it to resolve. With this game, you punch or press the options/buttons, so you don't have to wait for the game to realize you do actually want that option.

    In the options, you can select metric or imperial for your measurements. You can also go into your profile and set your height, weight, age, and gender. I don't know if the calorie count is accurate, but my main goal for the game is not burning calories as much as it is to get in better shape and have fun while I do it. As long as I'm seeing results (weight loss, increased endurance, toning, etc) I don't care how many calories I've burned.

    If I have one complaint about this game, it's that it's very addicting.
  • Carol Smith - KIndle the BESTI recently acquired a Kindle. It is, without doubt, one of the best purchases I have ever made. As an avid reader, I must have a book to two going at all times. This has led to vast quantities of books all over my house, all waiting for a good home once I finish them. I got the Kindle right before we went on a cruise, and it was a godsend. I no longer had to pack a half dozen books, (and now worry about weight restrictions with the airlines). I just loaded the Kindle up with books, stashed it in my purse and went to sea.

    The Kindle has worked flawlessly, and is providing me with the opportunity to read whenever, whereever I can. My husband has serious health problems, which means lots of hours in the doctor's office and/or hospital. Again, Kindle to the rescue for me.

    I find the design of the Kindle to be really nice and well done. The size is good, just about right to hold while reading. Once you spend a few minutes with the Kindle, reading with it becomes intuitive. I find myself lost in a book as soon as I pick it up.

    The number of books that are available for purchase is more than adequate, in fact it is super. Not only best sellers, but classics and old favorites.

    Thank you, Amazon, for this amazing device.