Bowflex Ultimate 2

Bowflex Ultimate 2. Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home gym complete. Fast shipping. We provide tracking information for all shipments.
  • Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home gym complete. Fast shipping. We provide tracking information for all shipments.



  • bedifferent
    May 3, 11:33 AM
    Great update� waiting for the usual suspects to come around to list any [unreasonable] cons :p�





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home gym complete. Fast shipping. We provide tracking information for all shipments.
  • Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home gym complete. Fast shipping. We provide tracking information for all shipments.



  • Drag'nGT
    Apr 30, 02:07 PM
    3- Blu-Ray (Not a chance: BluRay is in a body bag waiting to be zipped in about 3 or 4 years)

    :eek: How in the world can you make that statement? My 50gb Blu-Ray discs would disagree with you.

    I have well over 200 Blu-Ray discs. Let's assume that each disc is a single layer (25GB) disc and that they only have one disc in each case, no bonus discs no behind the sceens.... I'd need 5TB of storage to keep the quality as good as it is sitting on the disc.

    You'd be on something hard to think internet infrastructure could handle the digital distribution of all these movies on top of current expanding internet traffic.





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. Bowflex Ultimate 2. Ultimate 2
  • Bowflex Ultimate 2. Ultimate 2



  • aiqw9182
    Apr 16, 01:53 AM
    No different? What planet on you living on because it's not Earth.... The link quoted tested a slow 2.5" drive and still showed a 3.5x speed improvement. USB3 can only go as fast as the drive it's connected to. You're going to find that out with TB as well. You can't make gold out of dirt.

    These people on here suggesting Intel should can USB3 are not real computer users. They're non-computer types that don't know WTF they're talking about. Period. There is NO reason to NOT use USB3 on new computers. Their cost is next to nothing. They're 100% backwards compatible with USB2.0,1.1 and 1.0 and you'll need those ports regardless whether your computer has TB or not. Not having USB3 simply means less flexibility. Even if you hate it, your friend comes over with his 7200RPM USB3 drive and connects it to your Mac using USB 2.0 and instead of going 110MB/sec as it would under USB3, it goes 30-35MB/sec under USB 2.0. He then asks you why your Mac SUCKS SO HARD and your reply will be that he should have paid $400 for that drive with a TB connector instead of $150 with a USB3 connector (even though TB will not go faster because that's the limit of the drive itself). Your friend will then suggest you give him some money since you're stinking loaded to WASTE $250 more on the TB drive when USB3 would have done just as well. But then you remind him that Apple don't support no stinking USB3 and he then tells you that his PC just 'PWNED' your 'Crapple'. :eek:

    Apple isn't doing themselves ANY favors to ignore mainstream tech. They want TB? Fine, but don't leave out USB3 to spite yourself. Oh wait. They already did that with Blu-Ray.... :rolleyes:
    Or you could just buy a multi-port Thunderbolt adapter(that supports USB 3) for less than $10 when they are released making your half-baked scenario completely worthless.

    Lol

    Oh and why would someone pay extra money for a drive that can reach at the LOWEST twice the performance of USB 3? Gee, I wonder. I'd love to know where you got the sales figures from also.





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. the Bowflex Ultimate 2 and
  • the Bowflex Ultimate 2 and



  • MacFly123
    Mar 29, 03:07 PM
    2015... This just in, HELL FROZE OVER! LOL!!! :p





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. Comparing the Bowflex Xtreme 2
  • Comparing the Bowflex Xtreme 2



  • Vegasman
    Mar 30, 01:31 PM
    As posted above, "RoomStore" is trademarked, however.

    But they don't sell rooms. They sell furniture. The app store sells apps.





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home Gym
  • Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home Gym



  • whenpaulsparks
    Sep 15, 05:54 PM
    as a proud owner of a SLVR L7, which i love to DEATH (greatest phone ever), i probably won't be buying one in 2007. maybe 2008? depends on what service it's on. if it's on cingular like the L7, then i'll get one without thinking twice.





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. Bowflex Ultimate® 2 Portable
  • Bowflex Ultimate® 2 Portable



  • Diatribe
    Sep 19, 03:30 PM
    Besides, I'd be completely happy with 720p as that's basically the most that affordable displays can show these days anyway. Give me that and I'd only buy my movies on the iTS.





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. owflex ultimate xtlu
  • owflex ultimate xtlu



  • rtkane
    Apr 4, 12:23 PM
    This is a silly debate here. Having known trained officers and military people and being related to some I can tell you one thing: they are taught to neutralize the threat. They certainly don't want to but if you hesitate you die. Chest shots are preferable because it's easier to target but head shots sometimes happen. People should be thinking about the guard who will undoubtedly need time to work through this ordeal.

    As a former police officer, I can verify what you're saying--police are trained to "shoot to stop" not shoot to kill and always shoot for center-mass--the largest part of the body (the torso) which provides you the greatest likelihood of hitting your target and stopping the threat. I can almost guarantee that this guy did not fire off a purposeful headshot and everyone playing Monday morning quarterback judging this guy's actions has NEVER been in a situation like it. You don't understand it until you're in it and unfortunately the milliseconds you have to make your decision affect you for the rest of your life.





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. Bowflex Xtreme 2
  • Bowflex Xtreme 2



  • lOUDsCREAMEr
    Sep 26, 09:56 AM
    I hear you. :eek: But, there are no Intel Inside stickers on the Intel Macs. Perhaps there is hope...

    http://images.apple.com/imac/images/indexintelchip20060906.jpg

    whatz that?! ;) :D :p





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. owflex ultimate 2 workout dvd
  • owflex ultimate 2 workout dvd



  • digitalbiker
    Aug 29, 12:36 AM
    To get a new design and enclosure is always nice. Apple has been doing amazing designs in the past years. For sure new enclosures will look nice.

    The thing is, at this time after the whole Intel transition, all the current enclosures stayed the same (except few changes on Macbook). So, I would not expect anything different anytime soon. I think the current look is great in all Apple hardware line up.


    I don't know. I think the latest MBP was rushed to market a bit. I think Apple just wanted to get to intel and really ddn't think about design.

    The current PB look has been around since 2001. I think the alumin look is starting to look soooo 2000. Were heading toward time to move on with a new chip and a new look.

    Personally I prefer plastic to metal. Metal shows way too many scratches, finger prints, smudges, etc. The smooth shiny plastic look is much better and it is more durable. The metal enclosures dent, bend and break. They also transmit the heat faster to your lap and interfere with BT and Airport. The plastic enclosures give and spring back like new.

    Gun Metal ABS plastic with rounded smooth corners, new keyboard, quick access ram, HD, and battery, magnetic latch, sound like the future to me.:D





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. BOWFLEX ULTIMATE 2 W/ ATTACHMENTS Excellent Condition! | eBay
  • BOWFLEX ULTIMATE 2 W/ ATTACHMENTS Excellent Condition! | eBay



  • aafuss1
    Aug 31, 10:33 PM
    I don't think we're getting the movie store or movie iPod just yet.

    The sites that claim to have gotten an invite are French. (Not sure about Your Mac Life, though). Also, this event is being broadcat in London and Paris. This makes me think this announcement will be for downloadable European TV shows and not the iTunes Movie Store.

    But - in the spirit of contradicting myself and being hopelessly optimistic, go check out the iPod refurb store. $100 off the 5G iPods instead of $50. That makes me think they're clearing inventory.

    ---------------

    Also - In terms of branding - Quicktime Move Store perhaps?

    ---------------

    I'm also guessing that we'll see speed bumps to the iMac and MacBook Pro (since they're the oldest) this Tuesday. The rest we may see during Apple Expo Paris.

    Keep in mind that Steve doesn't do a keynote for speed bumps. Just tech advances.

    Agreed-UK is next to get TV shows-perhaps BBC will offer its shows.





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home gym complete. Fast shipping. We provide tracking information for all shipments.
  • Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home gym complete. Fast shipping. We provide tracking information for all shipments.



  • Chundles
    Oct 12, 12:48 PM
    Bono, whilst playing a gig in Glasgow, got the whole crowd to be silent and then began slowly clapping his hands. He got the crowd to clap along for a while, the stadium quiet except for the rhythmic clapping...

    After a short period Bono spoke, saying that everytime he clapped his hands a child in Africa died...

    Suddenly, from the front row of the venue a voice broke out in thick Scottish brogue, ending the silence as it echoed across the crowd, the voice cried out to Bono "Well stop f***king doing it then!!"

    True story.



    Are we allowed to find that funny because that is quite hilarious. If im not allowed to laugh at it then its not funny... But that is quite funny....

    Of course you're meant to find it funny - it's a dead-set pi*ser of a story. I laughed for ages when I heard it.





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. Bowflex Ultimate 2
  • Bowflex Ultimate 2



  • princealfie
    Aug 23, 11:19 PM
    Good job Apple. Finally Apple can buy out Creative in a few years. At least if Creative is going to make iPod accessories that will be a good start for them to profit very handsomely. :cool:





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. Bowflex Ultimate® 2 Home Gym
  • Bowflex Ultimate® 2 Home Gym



  • DrFrankTM
    Sep 10, 07:11 AM
    The margins on a mid-mac should be better than the iMac since it's using standard (and therefore cheap) desktop components. So any mid-mac sales in preference to the iMac would probably make Apple more money anyway.

    The competition is fierce in that market segment though. The iMac or Mini form factors don't have quite as much competition, so price comparisons always leave a lot out of the picture. With a mid-range tower, the comparisons would be much more direct. Apple seems to be shaking its "expensive toy" image, but I wonder if they could "pull a Mac Pro" in the mid-range as well.





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. a owflex ultimate 2 home
  • a owflex ultimate 2 home



  • Lancetx
    Aug 23, 06:27 PM
    Seems to me that for just a mere $100 million (mere to Apple anyway seeing as how they have over $8 billion in cash currently), Apple has just bought Creative out of the mp3 player market. Not to mention that Apple will now be receiving royalties from Creative via the Made for iPod licensing. This is yet another brilliant move by Steve Jobs and is absolutely a win/win for both Apple and Creative.





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. Bowflex Ultimate 2-PREACHER-
  • Bowflex Ultimate 2-PREACHER-



  • aricher
    Oct 12, 12:58 PM
    Oh Bono...

    http://www.u2station.com/images/images/oprah_06.jpg

    I hope he sterilized that cheek with a blowtorch after the show. Whatever, at least he's a whore for good causes.





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. Bowflex Ultimate® 2 Accessory
  • Bowflex Ultimate® 2 Accessory



  • firsttube
    Sep 9, 06:41 PM
    minimum post requirements suck, if you've been lurking for years, but never post you still can't post in the marketplace. sorry this is OT





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. Bowflex Ultimate 2 Bench Pad
  • Bowflex Ultimate 2 Bench Pad



  • wizard
    Sep 9, 11:38 AM
    Sounds like a set of chips to me ;)

    dave


    There is no "Napa chipset". Like I said, Napa is a hardware-platfom, composed to CPU (Yonah), chipset (Intel Express 945) and WLAN ()Intel PRO/Wireless). The amount of RAM might be limited due to timing-issues and the like.





    Bowflex Ultimate 2. (owflex ultimate 2 home gym
  • (owflex ultimate 2 home gym



  • BornAgainMac
    Sep 19, 06:51 PM
    I was disappointed that only Disney signed up so I bought a ton of movies in the last week. Hopefully that got the attention of the other studios and sign up too. I really like the idea of downloading musics and I think HD movies will be a killer next year. Hopefully hard drives will continue to go down in price.

    Most of the movies I purchased I didn't plan to purchase in DVD format. I looked at the trailer and liked it so I bought it. It is the convenience that sold me. This is revenue the studio would never receive before now.





    LagunaSol
    Apr 19, 09:14 AM
    Samsung also feels the need to depict its products just like Apple's, on a reflective white surface.

    http://hopelesslyflawed.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/iphone-galaxy-s.jpg

    I wonder how it feels to be a designer for Samsung where you are forced to emulate the competitor's work rather than implement your own vision.





    scott523
    Oct 12, 10:50 PM
    From looking at the picture, should it be a fact that the red iPod nano is coming out? It doesn't look like a rumor that I see red iPod nanos on display.





    Chupa Chupa
    Apr 4, 12:10 PM
    OMG.. I'm with Felt. "Security Guards" shouldn't carry guns, and if they do there should be training and good sense that goes into using it. Shooting the suspects in the head is criminal.

    1) Obviously the security guard was trained or he wouldn't have the skill to hit the thief in the head. This was not a point blank shooting, it was done during a fire fight.

    2) Shooting suspects in the head is criminal IF the criminal is fleeing or makes an motion he is surrendering, or has surrendered. However, self-defense is never illegal. When under attack the correct measure to take is to find a safe harbor and barring that shoot to kill. Based on the facts here the guard took the correct and necessary step, regardless of the sad outcome.





    retroactiv
    Mar 29, 12:09 PM
    I'm pretty sure he was referring to cut and paste in finder and "windows snap" is where you can snap two windows side by side easily- it is a great feature in W7 and I hope Apple incorporate it in some way.

    Exactly. Apple needs to implement both of those features. They are not dealbreakers, but the make the experience more complete.

    I use Hyperdock to enable the "window snap"... great app. And another app to allow files to be copy-pasted... can't remember the name of it though... available in Mac App Store.





    GFLPraxis
    Jul 20, 12:29 PM
    Then all we're looking at is cranking up the current 180 watt power supply. I remember my iMac G5 2.0 GHz hitting 75-76º C at 100% load. The Rev. C iMac G5 was whisper quiet compared to my machine using the same 970FX chip. If Conroe doesn't break 45° C then it's not a thermal nightmare to put into the iMac. It's just a pain to power.

    I hope nobody's brought this up because I skipped a few pages of the thread, but...

    I've noticed some things with regards to pricing.

    The current 1.86 GHz Yonah in the 17" iMac costs $294.
    The new 2 GHz Merom costs $294.
    A 2.16 GHz Merom costs $423.
    A 2.16 GHz Conroe costs $224.

    A 2.16 GHz Conroe is a full $70 cheaper than the 1.86 GHz Yonah in the iMac today and $70 cheaper than the 2 GHz Merom Apple would use if they went with Merom. This would allow either higher profit margins or a price drop (or they could put the extra money into something else).


    If there is a power supply problem- I'm sure it won't cost $70 to increase the power supply capacity a little.

    If, instead, there is both a heat and power issue- a 2.16 GHz Conroe underclocked to 2 GHz is still $70 cheaper than a 2 GHz Merom and probably outperforms it, and can be advertised as a desktop processor and completes Apple's lineup.


    I'm strongly hoping for Conroe in an iMac. I also hope the iMac gets updated at WWDC. I really don't want to wait anylonger to make the purchase, and the back to school deal expires in September two days after MacExpo Paris.


    From what's been said, it looks like Conroe doesn't run too hot, it just sucks too much power. However, it still saves a lot of money to use, a little which can be put in to increasing the power supply, and the rest is pure profit for Apple. It also provides a huge leap in performance.

    Apple can bump the iMac from 1.86/2 GHz to 2.16/2.4 GHz. The 2.4 GHz Conroe costs $107 less than the 2 GHz Yonah in the current 20" iMac, which could even spell a price drop, additional features, or just a huge Apple profit margin.



    + Add Your Comment