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    Default IR Blaster built in

    I hadn't noticed that there is an ir blaster built in to the Neo, the tv remote operates independently of the phone. A nice touch.
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    Is it worth the money to just splurge on one of these watches? I am curious about them and for a novelty item the price seems high at first glance
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    I got $50 off with the S5 purchase. I like it and think it's worth it.

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    Worth the full price though?

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    if you are an active person that is busy all the time or maybe you drive a lot then it is totally worth it. I blew 300$ on a toy essentially and I love it. It's got a full fitness suite and the notifications are great. Taking phone calls and responding to a text is great. I had the original gear (went and bought it a week before the new watch came out and exchanged it) and it is a fantastic watch after having that. If you have a galaxy gear, it is supposed to get the upgrade to Tizen so if you don't want to drop another 2-300 for an upgrade and don't care about the hardware additions then keep it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ironsoulreaver View Post
    if you are an active person that is busy all the time or maybe you drive a lot then it is totally worth it. I blew 300$ on a toy essentially and I love it. It's got a full fitness suite and the notifications are great. Taking phone calls and responding to a text is great. I had the original gear (went and bought it a week before the new watch came out and exchanged it) and it is a fantastic watch after having that. If you have a galaxy gear, it is supposed to get the upgrade to Tizen so if you don't want to drop another 2-300 for an upgrade and don't care about the hardware additions then keep it.
    I have the note 3...will the new ones work with it.?

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    Mine works fine with my note 3, I could not find a gear manager for my note 10.1 2014 however.
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    Unless I've overlooked it, there doesn't seem to be a way to have multiple room groups of IR devices eg. Bedroom, Living Room, Office.

    Cam anyone else confirm?
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    The IR blaster controls my Sony TV and my dish Network reciever. Works just as good as the remotes that came with the TV and reciever.

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