Overall, it's a top-notch entry-level phone, no pun intended. It will do all you ask of it, within reason, and give you good service. It is one of the rare handsets these days that still carry the 3.5mm headphone jack, which I really love...
Overall, this is a good entry-level phone for someone in their 30's an up. Younger people will want, nay, demand something with more grunt because "...I want to play the newest games, Dad... this sucks.!" This is a phone, first and foremost.
Overall, a stunning advancement in family-oriented home security and quite overdue. While it is not the first device to address this market, it is certainly the best I have encountered myself and leaves the other devices I have tried eating its dust. At $600+/- it's not cheap, but if you have kids it's an investment you would be wise to give serious consideration to.
Overall, this started out to be the single best multi-cam system I have come across in years - quick and easy to use, especially for non-technical folk.
Overall, a surprisingly good camera that has room for development but hits the ground running with an impressive toolset already built in.
Overall, is this a good printer for someone wanting something simple, durable and long-lasting? On most counts, I would say a definite yes. You really are not going to find the initial setup to be pleasant, fun or fast, but at least you only need to do it once.
Overall, I still think this phone is going to shake up the marketplace - you simply don't get this kind of gear from any other brand at a price even close to this. Would I recommend it to a friend? Sure, in fact, I showed it to a friend recently and the next day they went and bought three of them...
Overall, this is a device that will appeal to a good audience, while having zero impact on the high-end market. It's well placed for the Selfie Generation, but should also carry some interest for the small-format digital photographer.
Overall, this was a delight to use, and very well placed for the SOHO and small/medium business market. Larger businesses may want to skip this and invest in the top-line hardware and specialist software, but anyone else will find a set of 4-6 of these more than sufficient to cover the external facings of any moderate building. The price tag is well within the budget for even a home user simply wanting something to keep an eye on the car, boat or approaches to the front door or garage, and for the sake of a couple of holes and some ethernet cable, it gives you peace of mind in all weather. Well worth considering if your needs fall in line with that.