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Christy, that's not a reporting machine.........it's a HOT ROD. love it ! Lisa, I'm looking forward to seeing a picture of your machine when you get done. All I can think of is when the attorneys call for a job they can request "the reporter with the leopard machine" since so few of them care nowadays to take the time to remember our names !!!
I'm getting the blue one with a snowboarder-in-action-in-the-mountains scene painted on it with a small strip of bling on each side :-) We are still working on the details of the artwork but it is going to be so pretty, not to mention a conversation-starter at deps.
Here's my ergo Infinity without the screen on it.
I get to get my hands on the Infinity machines in two weeks at a Realtime Ready seminar. I CANNOT WAIT!
I can't find Lisa on FB! Lisa, get over there. Just adjust your privacy stuff. It's well worth it for a new Infinity user.
As if the touch wasn't great enough, you can make the machine pretty by customizing the colors and design. Wow, reporting with a style - what a concept.
I ordered the Traditional but may convert it to the ergonomic eventually, when I do not have to travel as much.
Hey Jenny, can you send Lisa an invite to the Infinity Users Group on Facebook. I was telling her about it. She's from here in Dallas but was up in Colorado working and went and saw Jason and the machine and ordered it. She played around on mine at the Texas realtime test a few months ago.
I also had the Lightspeed and spent at least a hundred hours tweaking it until I got it right. The Infinity Ergo I now have is wonderful! Yes, the LS is light, but so is the Infinity Traditiona - and the Ergo is just a bit heavier, but feels so right!
The same issues I experienced as well. I have one for sale on the cheap if someone wants to give it a try :-) I really, really wanted to like the machine, seeing as I do a ton of traveling with my equipment, but I just could not make it work.
One of my long-time clients, who is very used to seeing the quality of my realtime feed, actually asked me one day if I could pull out my old machine and use it instead. It was that bad!
I just ordered the Infinity writer and the touch is fantastic. Love it!
Hope you like it. I had one and could never get the machine to stay accurate. I spent twice as much time editing as I had with even my Stentura which stacked horribly. I loved it for the first year because of the portability, but soon grew to hate it because of its inaccuracies and "losing" stuff.
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