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This is Rush Limbaugh’s Absolute Favorite Apple Watch Feature

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George Gojkovich—Getty Images Radio talk show host and political commentator Rush Limbaugh looks on from the sideline before a National Football League game between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field on November 6, 2011 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

No, it's not the share-your-heartbeat feature

Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh got his hands on an Apple Watch, and he has a fairly positive opinion of the device.

Limbaugh wasn’t bowled over by the smart watch—”there’s no question it’s cool, but I’m just gonna tell you it’s exactly as I thought,” he told listeners Monday. However, he is extremely impressed with Apple’s digital assistant Siri, which he says has been improved from previous Apple devices.

Here’s Limbaugh’s Siri praise in full:

I’ll tell you one thing where the watch is better. Siri. I am convinced, and there’s been a couple of news stories about the new back end that Apple’s used. They’re on the third iteration of Siri it turns out, software wise. I’m telling you the dictation on this watch is flawless. It has yet to make a mistake since I set it up and paired it Friday afternoon. It has yet to make an input mistake. It has translated everything I’ve said 100 percent correctly.

No word on how much experience Limbaugh has with Google Now or Microsoft’s Cortana — maybe he can review them next.

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