ryan2112 wrote:I regret buying a soundbar and fitness tracker.
I won't recommend trackers to anyone.
Soundbars generally offer poor quality sound for the price compared to other options. I'm willing to live with the large floor-standing speakers and subwoofer in my home theater because they sound awesome. When I purchased them, sound quality was more important to me than compactness or aesthetics.
On the fitness tracker front, I will not condemn them entirely. Since I bought a Garmin device four months ago, I've lost 33 lbs. It doesn't matter to me whether or not the step count is completely accurate. The fact that it provides a fairly consistent measure of activity and integrates with the MyFitnessPal app is sufficient for the purpose.
I believe that I tend to enjoy my tech purchases more than most folks do. I'm disappointed with my original Nexus 7 tablet because its performance has become so poor as to be unusable, but it wasn't bad when it was new.