Samsung's Latest Surface Clone Is a Disappointing Flop
Date: 2017-05-03 04:01
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Of course, even if the AHCA passes as is, individual states could decide to keep the provision that makes essential services like cancer screenings free. Insurers could also decide to cover part of the costs, rather than making patients pay out of pocket entirely. Either way, though, its likely that some of these costs will wind up being passed on to patients—especially if those patients are women.
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His biggest concerns were with how the pen seemed to skate across the glass, and with the feel of the pen itself. He found it too light and flimsy. “This is nothing,” he said, wagging the pen for effect.
Add to the list: women. After the bill passed in the House earlier this month, it’s now up to the Senate to pass it as is, retool it, or scrap it altogether. But according to a new report from the healthcare marketplace Amino, it could mean big increases in women’s health care costs. Under the Obama’s Affordable Care Act, insurers were obligated to completely cover the cost of preventive care, like recommended cancer screenings. But the new bill allows states to opt out of that requirement, a change that stands to disproportionately impact women.
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Even in a Microsoft-free world the Samsung Galaxy Book would be a frustrating device. Ostensibly it’s a Surface clone: A souped up Windows tablet with a pen for drawing and a floppy keyboard for typing. In practice, it’s an expensive machine that has me longing for any other computing device. The screen looks great, but a cheap pen, bad cooling, and a high price make it a non-starter. The Samsung Galaxy Book feels like the first big flop of Samsung’s newly invigorated computer brand.
Yes, the new device is an improvement in some respects. It comes in two sizes where the TabPro S was available in one. You can buy a Galaxy book in either a 67-inch or -inch form, with the 67-inch having a speedy Kaby Lake i5 processor that is faster than a Surface Pro 9, and the -inch version having a Kaby Lake Core m8 processor that should be faster than sixth generation Core M processor in last year’s Galaxy TabPro s. It’s also got a much improved Surface-like keyboard, that’s still not a dream to type on, but infinitely better than the cramped monstrosity the Galaxy TabPro S was saddled with.
The details are far from final, but no matter which way you slice it, at this point it seems clear that if the American Health Care Act passes, millions of Americans will see good health care become far less accessible.
Amino’s numbers are based on a median estimate across networks in Amino’s database. Costs could vary significantly depending on factors like location. The same IUD, for example, might run you $859 in . but $6,697 in Wisconsin.
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