MightySat™ Fingertip Pulse Oximeter by Masimo Corporation – Review

MightySat™ Fingertip Pulse Oximeter by Masimo Corporation – Review

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What we love…

easy to use pulse oximeter that allows you access to a variety of measures which help to ensure you are on track with your breathing before going out and being active.  The MightySat™ in conjunction with a wearable fitness tracker can help you understand where your breathing is and track trend over time.


Overall, I love how easy it is to track over time using the MightySat™ Fingertip Pulse Oximeter to see trends and see when I can push my body harder.  It has fantastic battery life – I have yet to change the batteries and I use it a few times a week.

Our Rating



The MightySat™ Fingertip Pulse Oximeter by Masimo Corporation is a Bluetooth enabled pulse Oximeter which uses hospital grade technology to measure Oxygen Saturation, Pulse Rate, Perfusion Index, Respiration Rate, and Pleth Variability Index.  It is measured by placing the pulse Oximeter on your fingertip and within seconds the information begins to pop up.  It can be used with a companion iOS or Android app, or standalone.

Below is a description from Masimo about each of the types of measurements done by the device which are obtained in moments after placing it on your finger.  You can pair your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth so you can track trend over time, or you can simply use the Pulse Ox standalone.  There is no setup other than downloading the app to your device.  It also supports multiple profiles and can be used on those that weigh over 66 lbs.

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Oxygen Saturation (SpO2) – the oxygen level in the arterial blood to indicate changes due to heart or lung function, oxygen use by your body, or altitude

Pulse Rate (PR) – the number of pulses per minute to indicate overall fitness as well as exertion levels at a particular moment in time

Perfusion Index (PI) – the strength of blood flow to your finger to indicate changes in blood circulation

Respiration Rate (RRp) – the number of breaths you are taking each minute to indicate how well your heart and lungs are functioning as well as how quickly you can recover after exercise.

Pleth Variability Index (PVI) – the variation in perfusion index over your breathing cycle. Changes in PVI may indicate changes in hydration, breathing effort, perfusion, or other factors. ¹ ² ³ *

One of my favorite features of the device is the ability to pair it with your device and see trend over time.  It’s important for me to make sure I take my medications before exercising and to stay on point without overdoing it.  I am also admittedly a data person and I enjoy looking at my trend over time when exercising to see how my numbers compare from the Pulse Ox to my level of activity and performance.  It helps me know when I can push harder, or when I might need to take a break from exercise.  Combined with a wearable fitness tracker, MightySat™ Fingertip Pulse Oximeter provides a more comprehensive overview of you in the moment as well as helping make decisions on how hard you can push your body.

Overall, I love how easy it is to track over time using the MightySat™ Fingertip Pulse Oximeter to see trends and see when I can push my body harder.  It has fantastic battery life – I have yet to change the batteries and I use it a few times a week.

RRP $299 and available from a variety of retailers including Masimo MightySat Fingertip Pulse Oximeter (Bluetooth + Pleth Variability Index + Respiration Rate)“>Amazon.

Masimo Personal Health

Masimo Personal Health
Masimo Personal Health
by Masimo Corporation

Category: Health & Fitness
Requirements: Compatible with iPad2Wifi-iPad2Wifi, iPad23G-iPad23G, iPhone4S-iPhone4S, iPadThirdGen-iPadThirdGen, iPadThirdGen4G-iPadThirdGen4G, iPhone5-iPhone5, iPodTouchFifthGen-iPodTouchFifthGen, iPadFourthGen-iPadFourthGen, iPadFourthGen4G-iPadFourthGen4G, iPadMini-iPadMini, iPadMini4G-iPadMini4G, iPhone5c-iPhone5c, iPhone5s-iPhone5s, iPadAir-iPadAir, iPadAirCellular-iPadAirCellular, iPadMiniRetina-iPadMiniRetina, iPadMiniRetinaCellular-iPadMiniRetinaCellular, iPhone6-iPhone6, iPhone6Plus-iPhone6Plus, iPadAir2-iPadAir2, iPadAir2Cellular-iPadAir2Cellular, iPadMini3-iPadMini3, iPadMini3Cellular-iPadMini3Cellular, iPodTouchSixthGen-iPodTouchSixthGen, iPhone6s-iPhone6s, iPhone6sPlus-iPhone6sPlus, iPadMini4-iPadMini4, iPadMini4Cellular-iPadMini4Cellular, iPadPro-iPadPro, iPadProCellular-iPadProCellular, iPadPro97-iPadPro97, iPadPro97Cellular-iPadPro97Cellular, iPhoneSE-iPhoneSE, iPhone7-iPhone7, iPhone7Plus-iPhone7Plus, iPad611-iPad611, iPad612-iPad612, iPad71-iPad71, iPad72-iPad72, iPad73-iPad73, iPad74-iPad74, iPhone8-iPhone8, iPhone8Plus-iPhone8Plus, iPhoneX-iPhoneX
Size: 67.62 MB


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Alison, the American iMum is from Massachusetts. She lives there with her two sons and husband. In their spare time, they enjoy playing outside, enjoying nature and of course testing apps and fantastic products on their devices. My older son loves technology and loves testing out the “latest and newest” apps and tech. I love sharing information about apps and products with others to help them make decisions without feeling overwhelmed with all of the choices.
Commuting Mom Travel Tech by iMum Alison

Commuting Mom Travel Tech by iMum Alison

I regularly commute into the city with my “travel tech” and I thought I would share some of my favorite tech accessories that are always in my backpack other than my laptop and iOS devices.  Being a mom means that I have to have my travel tech packed and ready to go at a moment’s notice.  Some of the products below were provided by companies and if you purchase them our site may earn a small amount.  I picked all of these products based on my personal experience and usage of them over time.

LL Bean Quad Pack

quadI’ve had my LL Bean Quad Pack for several years and it’s stood up very well to the test of time and can hold pretty much anything I need since it includes an integrated laptop sleeve, designated spot for my iPhone, waterbottle and more!  There are a ton of pockets and places to store things – and using my clear bags from Mia Tui makes finding things a snap! RRP $79.99 for the Quad Pack from LL Bean.

Quad Backpack

Griffin Survivor for iPad Mini

Griffin Apple IPad Mini/iPad Mini Retina Griffin Survivor Case, Pink, Black (GB35920-2)I really love the durability that this case provides for my iPad Mini which I frequently slip into my bag to take places with me since it is small and portable.  I don’t have to worry about the screen getting scratched since the case features a protective covering.  I also loved all the color choices (including my favorite pink!) as well as the nice form factor for the case.  My iPad Mini has survived drops, falls, drool and more all while staying protected and no cracks!  For me, this is one piece of “insurance” that is totally worth it!   You can read my full review of the Griffin Survivor for iPad Mini.  Available from Griffin and Amazon for approximately $40 USD.


Mp2301 Performance Mouse by Kensington

MP230L Performance Mouse — Black

My next favorite accessory is my MP2301L Performance Mouse by Kensington.  This wireless mouse feels great in my hand, is small and portable and has great battery life.  One of the best features about it is the ability to track on almost anything – and that it takes standard batteries which are easy to find if they need replacing.  No cables, no cords no fuss! That means I can find a place to sit in the office or at a conference table and still have my mouse no matter where I am!  The reciever fits nicely inside the mouse so you don’t lose it when not in use!  $39 USD RRP. Available from Kensington or Amazon.

LogiTech Wireless Presenter

I also like to bring my Logitech Wireless Presenter as I have spoken at a few meetings recently and it’s so much easier to use a wireless presenter than having to walk over and click on the slide each time I need to move it forward.  One of my favorite things about this presenter is that it has a built in timer which allows me to know if I am spending too little or too much time on a specific slide.  It also has great range which means I can walk around the room while speaker rather than being pinned at a podium or in the front of the room. RRP $55 – 80 USD.  Available from Logitech or Amazon.

Griffin PowerJolt Dual Charger for the car

Griffin PowerJolt Dual Car Charger with Lightning Connector 12 WattSince many of my commutes involve travel time in the car, I also use my Griffin PowerJolt Dual frequently.  This charger includes a lightening connection as well as a second port where you can plug in an micro-usb or any other USB accessible cable.  That means I can charge my phone and tablet at the same time or two smartphones.  RRP $20.00 from Griffin or Amazon.


Mobile Hotspot for Wireless on the Go

JetpackA mobile hot spot is another must have, especially when you are not sure how good your internet access will be.  I sometimes use my iPhone as a hot spot, but really like this Netgear Verizon hotspot as a better alternative and it has great battery life.  I enjoy using my Netgear Hotspot from Verizon since I added it to my wireless plan. Easy to use hot spot that works both inside and outside of the United States, provides great battery life and connectivity for your devices.  You can either pay for the device and add the service on the go or put it on contract   Check out my review of the Verizon Jetpack by Netgear.  RRP without contract is $199 USD and with contract it’s $49.99.  Available from Netgear and Verizon.

Cord Storage and Organization

mia tuiOrganizing all of my cords is a snap with my Mia Tui clear plastic bag/PVC bag.  These bags have a zipper top and make it easy to see everything inside so I don’t lose any small pieces.  They are far more durable than the Ziploc bags I was using, but are not totally waterproof.   I like that I can pull the medium size one out of my backpack and have my laptop cord, cables/plugs and chargers all in one spot.  RRP is $12.50 USD and they are available from Mia Tui.

cableCables!  Griffin Premium Braided Lightening Cable

This cable lives in my tech backpack and it has stood up to being plugged, unplugged, used abused and re-used!  Griffin’s cable is so much stronger than my traditional lightening cables for my iPhone due to the braiding on the cable which means that you won’t need to treat it as delicately! I love that you don’t need to fuss when plugging it in as it resists kinking and is stable so the connectors don’t break. They offer a wide variety of braided cables for iOS and Android. RRP $35 USD. Available from Griffin and Amazon


Pocket Size Bluetooth Keyboard

1byone pocket size mini folding keyboard

If I am attending meetings and I decide not to bring my laptop – this pocket size Bluetooth Keyboard is perfect!  It’s a tri-fold and folds up to about the size of my hand meaning I can easily slip it into my bag and use the keyboard to take notes instead of having to bring along my laptop all the time.  I have it paired to both my iPad and my iPhone 6 and finding keys on it is so much easier than having to use the on screen keyboard.  It lasts a long time too – I’ve used it multiple times and have not had to charge it yet!  The keys are a little bit smaller than a traditional keyboard, but honestly after using it for about ten minutes I didn’t notice it at all!  RRP $36.99 and it’s available at 1by1 and on Amazon.

Tech Armor Portable Power Bank

tech armour

With all of these devices, I’d be lost without a portable power bank to ensure that they had power.  I’ve recently starting using this power bank from Tech Armor and really like how fast it charges my devices with a small size!  I can charge my iPhone (if it dies unexpectedly) or give my iPad a boost so that I can watch a movie on the train.  This works with all devices that use USB chargers, and I’ve passed it around a few times to coworkers and friends whose cell has died. Avoid the dreaded “low power mode” that your iPhone goes into just before shutting off! RRP from Tech Armor and Amazon is  RRP of  $40 USD.


JayBird BlueBuds Headphones

jaybirdOn the train, these headphones are a must since others don’t want to hear my music, my apps or my movies!  JayBird BlueBuds X Premium Bluetooth Headphones simply put ROCK!  These Bluetooth earbuds pair to a variety of devices without the need for a cord to tether you to your device.  They include a filtering system which allows you to hear the music more clearly and feature playtime up to eight hours which means you can use them all week without having to worry about charging them.  These earbuds charge using a standard micro-USB connector and for those using Apple devices include a icon on screen telling you how much battery is left so you are not left without your earbuds at the wrong moment.  The earbuds fit either in the traditional under-ear which allows you to listen and take calls as well as the over ear which means it doesn’t even feel like you are wearing earbuds.  The package includes three pairs of ear tips as well as ear cushions, a micro-USB cable and a carry case to hold your earbuds and the cords.  Jaybird has introduced an updated version since my original review, but I still use these a lot and they stand up great!  Sold by JayBird and Amazon for RRP of $150 USD.

Apex Fine Point Stylus by Lynktec

apexWhen attending meetings, I love to use my Lynktec Apex stylus, as I can use my iPad Mini and the stylus to take notes instead of having to pull out a pen and paper! I can draw and handwrite my notes which is perfect in a meeting, plus everything is stored in one spot so I don’t have to worry about having the right notebook with me.  You can use it with or without Bluetooth – without it’s mostly for sketching or note taking within specific apps but if you want to jot down notes it’s best to link it to your device.  I loved the fine point and how it learned what I wrote using Notes+.  RRP $50 USD available from Lynktec and Amazon.

Wireless Storage – by Seagate Wireless Plus


Do you have memory woe’s on your devices?  SeaGate Wireless Plus is there to help!  This small drive which is about the size of your hand holds a whopping 1 terabyte of data and works with a variety of devices and smartphones including iOS, Kindle Fire and Android.  It includes the ability to pass through Wi-Fi and you only need to connect your devices to the drive rather than having to connect to Wi-Fi which is especially handy if you are out and about or in a conference room at the office  and don’t want to connect multiple iPads, iPhones or other devices to the drive.  That means you can use your hotspot and not worry about if you are using your laptop, phone or tablet!  Read my full review about this “must have” accessory.  RRP $140 USD for 1TB (other sizes available) Available from Seagate and Amazon

Leitz Mini Bluetooth Speaker

leitz speakerHave you ever tried to do a presentation in a conference room only to find the tinny speakers on your laptop are not loud enough for others to hear?  I stash this small Leitz  Mini Bluetooth Speaker in my backpack for those moments!  You can connect it to your smartphone, tablet or laptop via Bluetooth and people won’t have to strain their ears to hear sound any longer.  It charges using micro USB and will last up to six hours of complete use.  You can even use it when you are using your smartphone as a speaker without sounding far away! I like it better for work rather than music! Compact design fits into your bag for on the go use!  RRP $35 USD.  Available from Amazon.


These are some of my travel “must-haves”, what are yours? I’d love to hear what products you use when you go to work or on the train.

Note: Some of the products included in this article were supplied by the companies for review purposes, no other form of compensation was received. Some of the posts may include affiliate links Their inclusion was the decision of the author, all opinions stated in the article are those of the author and have been offered honestly.  This post contains affiliate links, which means I may earn a small amount if you purchase the products.

Alison, the American iMum is from Massachusetts. She lives there with her two sons and husband. In their spare time, they enjoy playing outside, enjoying nature and of course testing apps and fantastic products on their devices. My older son loves technology and loves testing out the “latest and newest” apps and tech. I love sharing information about apps and products with others to help them make decisions without feeling overwhelmed with all of the choices.
Seagate Slim Portable Hard Drive for Mac  – Review

Seagate Slim Portable Hard Drive for Mac – Review

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What we love…

How small and light it is, automatic saving of photos and videos from social media, easy sharing

What we’d love to see…

Other Social media networks added


If you are looking for a portable backup solution the Seagate Slim is a great choice.

Our Rating


The Seagate Slim is an incredibly small, lightweight portable hard drive. It is designed to integrate with your Social Media accounts as well as being used a a backup for your computer. It is available in Mac and PC versions. Both can be used with either type of computer, but come pre-formatted to suit your computers operating system, NTFS for Windows and HFS+ for the Mac version. I tested the 500GB Slim for Mac with a Mac Powerbook.

The Slim comes with the Seagate Dashboard software installed, and you need to download this to your computer to fully access all the drive’s capabilities. It is USB 3.0 enabled and backwards compatible with USB 2.0. It comes with a USB 3.0 cable, and unlike other hard dives I have used it only requires a single USB port on your computer.

The Seagate Dashboard has 3 functions: Save, Share and Protect. The drive also comes with introductory videos to explain how to use each of these features.



Protect is where you create a backup plan of what you wish to backup from your computer, and when you wish it to automatically back up, this is available on the windows formatted version only. When it is formatted for Macs the Protect option is not available, instead you use the Macs Time Machine to create a backup schedule. I used my Time Machine to create a backup every evening, I have a large iTunes library so the 500GB drive was not large enough to back up both this and the rest of my computer files. I could choose to backup just the iTunes library (which is almost 500GB) or any combination of files excluding my iTunes library. I used it to back up all my computer except my iTunes library which it did quickly and efficiently. The 500 GB drive is an ideal size for a Mac Book Air and the drive Slim is also available in a 1TB version (and the PC formatted one is also available in 2 TB), which should be big enough for most people.


Do you share a lot of personal photos or videos on Social Media? If so you will appreciate the extra peace of mind this option gives you. With “Save” enabled you can automatically back up all your photos and videos from Facebook, YouTube and Flickr. Then if you accidentally delete them from your smartphone without downloading to your computer you won’t lose them as the Slim will have saved them automatically for you. You can disable any of these 3 that you wish.


I love having the extra peace of mind that these pictures and videos are backed up automatically. This is a really useful feature and I’d love to see it expanded to include Twitter and Instagram as many people as share their pictures via these networks.


Share is designed to make it easy to share any photo or video stored on your Slim via Facebook, YouTube and Flickr. If you log into to these accounts via the Seagate Dashboard you can stay logged in to making sharing quick and easy. In Facebook you can also create new albums via the Dashboard, though I couldn’t find a way to upload to existing albums. When I first set this up I had some problems with uploading to Facebook taking a long time, but logging out of Facebook and in again solved the problem, and it now works very well. I don’t use Flikr so I didn’t test this but YouTube worked fine too- you can choose which category to share it in and it is listed as private until you change its status. It is much easier and quicker to share my photos and videos via the Seagate Dashboard instead of directly from my Mac.


Overall, if you are looking for a portable backup solution the Seagate Slim is a great choice. I really was impressed by just how small and light it is – comparable in size to an iPhone at only 3″ x 4.5″ x 0.4″  and weighing in at just over 5oz. I love having automatic back up of my photos and videos from Facebook, YouTube and Flickr, and the Dashboard make sharing photos and videos on Social Media quick and easy too.

The Seagate Slim 500GB is also sold as the Seagate Back Up Plus Slim, it is available from Seagate, Amazon and other retailers RRP $69.99.


NOTE: A product was supplied by the company for review purposes, no other form of compensation was received, all opinions stated in the review are those of the author and have been offered honestly.


Mary is originally from England but now lives in California with her husband, dog, cat and three children. Mary and her family love Apple products and own an iPad2, iPad3, iPad Mini, iTouch, iPhone5 and several MacBook Pros. They also love cub scouts, skiing, camping and hiking. The family iPads are also used for therapy for their daughters Apraxia (speech disorder).
Incline Desktop Audio Loudspeaker by Definitive Technology – Review

Incline Desktop Audio Loudspeaker by Definitive Technology – Review

incline desktop

In the past I haven’t been a great fan of computer speakers, my image of them is tired looking plastic boxes with poor quality sound. However, the first time I read about the Incline desktop speakers from Definitive Technology I was intrigued. Definitive Technology have completely re-designed the desktop speaker with the Incline, introducing a number of features that are not usually seen in desktop audio. I was pleased to get the opportunity to review the Incline to see if they look and sound as good in real-life as they do on paper.

Right out of the box they look very different from standard desktop speakers, they are relatively tall, and instead of standing upright they incline at 9.5 degrees. The Incline speakers are quite heavily weighted, so they feel solid and stable, and they look elegant on a desktop with their aluminum base and black grille cloth top.

As you sit so close to desktop speakers, most aim directly at your torso, whereas the Incline is instead aimed at your ears. It makes perfect sense that this would make a noticeable difference to the audio quality you hear, and begs the question “why didn’t anyone think of this before?”

Another factor that affects the audio experience with desktop speakers is they need to be placed close together, giving a very narrow sound field, which tends to sound flat and 2 dimensional. Definitive Technology’s response to this is to make the Incline Speakers bipolar – each Incline has speakers on both front and back to give a much richer more 3-D sound. Its front facing panel features a ¾-inch silk dome tweeter, one 4-inch polymer cone mid/woofer that is pressure-coupled to a 4-inch bass radiator and a 1-1/2-inch full-range driver on the rear panel completes the Incline’s lineup. Each speaker is bi-amplified – so there are four 20-Watt amplifiers altogether. They have a built-in Digital Signal Processor which digitally adjusts and enhances the audio signal.


incline 2The Incline Speakers are self-powered, and have definite Left and Right speakers – these are clearly marked on the bottom of the speakers. The left speaker connects to the right, all other connections are made to the right speaker. At first glance the right speaker has 3 ports: a speaker output to connect to the left speaker, a power supply and a USB input. However, if you remove the plate cover you can access 3 additional ports: an digital optical input, a line input (3.5mm) and a sub-woofer output. The product handbook doesn’t mention that you need to remove this plate to access the ports, it would be useful to have this added. By using the line input you can also connect the speakers to any audio with a 3.5mm output such as an iPhone, tablet or MP3 player, though this doesn’t utilize the Incline’s DSP so the sound quality is good, but not as good as via the USB. The sub-woofer output allows you to connect an external sub-woofer if you prefer more bass. When connecting to a computer via USB there are 2 modes – pressing and holding the power button for 5 seconds and pressing either the + or – volume control allows you to changes between them. With the default method you can change the speaker volume via the computer, but if you are willing to use the volume control buttons on the right speaker instead, the second option has a purer signal path for the best quality sound. Once you have set this the speaker remembers your preference until you reset it.

Now for the most important question- how do they sound?

I tried out the Inclines with a variety of different musical genres and with movies. I was very impressed with the Incline’s performance when listening to music from my digital music collection on my MacBook Pro connected via USB. I have a large collection of music on my computer recorded via Apple lossless, and amongst the artists I tested it with were Bob Marley, Enya, Crash Test Dummies, Bruce Springsteen, U2, Billy Bragg and Wilco, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Mark Knopfler and a variety of traditional Irish music. Universally I found the sound to be very clear, crisp and balanced. The mid-range frequency is emphasized, they have a nice but not over-whelming bass and the is treble is clear creating a well-balanced sound. My preference is for a balanced rather than bass-heavy sound, and these speakers suited my preferences very well. If you prefer a  heavy booming bass you can add an optional sub-woofer, but if you want to clearly hear details of the music, the Incline is great as it is.  You can clearly hear the subtleties of different vocal ranges and pick out individual instruments. A song that demonstrated this well is the Superman Song by Crash Test Dummies –the main singer has a low, gravelly, bass voice that come across very clearly, but you can also hear the quiet backing soprano clearly.

With a flat screen external monitor and movie streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime, I also enjoying watching movies via my computer. I tested the Incline speakers to see how they would perform for movie watching and they were great- they provided an immersive movie-watching experience which was a huge difference compared to listening via the MacBook Pro’s built-in speakers.

Overall, I was very impressed with the Incline Desktop Speakers performance. They look good, are very stable on the desktop, deliver impressive sound quality across a variety of different music genres and provide an immersive sound when movie watching. They provide a a well-balanced, crisp, clear sound, and the bipolar speaker design give a rich more three dimensional sound quality. As well as being used with a computer you can also use them to listen to music from an iPad, iPhone, mp3 player, or any audio source that has a USB, digital optical or headphone output jack. My one gripe is that it can be hard to find the hidden outputs, and that it would be nice to have a way to choose to have all the features in the left instead of right speaker, as my outlets and USB connectors are all on the left side of my computer so I do have to run all the wires across my desktop.

If you are ready to take your desktop audio to a new level I highly recommend the Incline Desktop Speakers from Definitive Technology. They have definitely changed my opinion on desktop audio- they look good, are a pleasure to listen to and are now a permanent feature in my office. Available from Definitive Technology.com and many retailers RRP $399 per pair. As of 11/2014 the price is now only $249/ pair.


NOTE: A product was supplied by the company for review purposes, no other form of compensation was received, all opinions stated in the review are those of the author and have been offered honestly.

Technical Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 11.3″ H x 5″ W x 4.4″ D
  • Front Driver complement: (1) 4″ bass/midrange driver, (1) 3/4″ silk dome tweeter; rear driver: (1) 4″ pressure coupled bass radiator
  • Amplifier power: 80 Watts (4×20)
  • Connections: Optical TOSLINK, USB, 3.5mm stereo “mini” analog line-level in, USB in, Port for firmware updates only; not an audio input, sub out, 20V DC power supply input, left speaker output port.


  • Base: solid slab of machined aluminum
  • Enclosure: Polystone mineral-filled polymer, wrapped in acoustically transparent grille cloth


Mary is originally from England but now lives in California with her husband, dog, cat and three children. Mary and her family love Apple products and own an iPad2, iPad3, iPad Mini, iTouch, iPhone5 and several MacBook Pros. They also love cub scouts, skiing, camping and hiking. The family iPads are also used for therapy for their daughters Apraxia (speech disorder).

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