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Innovations in winter weather gear like heated jackets and clothing are designed to bring amazing warmth without cumbersome extra layers.
As models drop unnecessary keys, the mechanical keyboard will be less cumbersome to carry around and will feel more comfortable resting on your lap.
The Lions take on what many consider to be a cumbersome contract for Goff.
While using an odd button to crouch or attack may be cumbersome on consoles, the wrong decision in VR can make players physically ill, resulting in nausea, eyestrain, and other side-effects.
A lightweight vacuum is no use if it’s cumbersome and difficult to maneuver, so ask yourself what you want to use your vacuum for—see our section below if stairs and cars are going to be a large part of your cleaning—and choose accordingly.
The reason, according to Amazon, is to remove the cumbersome step of selecting a size.
The latter may make your tablet larger and more cumbersome but are often necessary--especially if you have young children.
One of the more enduring and sometimes inconvenient design aspects of traditional over-ear headphones is their relatively cumbersome and hard-to-stow shape.
As a ring, it’s less cumbersome than a watch and accurately tracks everything from your workouts to steps to sleep.
Some felt it was too cumbersome and didn’t enhance their skiing.

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