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Senior Reviews Editor at The Verge. Formerly an analyst at PCMag. Written for Wired, The Washington Post, PC World, and others. Zog Sports soccer champion. I live in Brooklyn, studied politics at the University of Virginia (properly known as Mr. Jefferson's University), and have been known to eat Ramen from time to time.
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2 days ago on Jay-Z giving away 1 million early copies of new album to Samsung owners 3 replies 37 recommends
I’ve un-hidden creepier.
5 days ago 90 comments
Keeping your clothes on while playing Halo is HARD.
5 days ago on Ball physics: next-gen sports games are more real, and more fun, than ever 1 reply 4 recommends
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6 days ago 297 comments
OMG. I just peed myself thinking about that.
7 days ago
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Josh isn’t at E3 :(
7 days ago on bwhahah You can hear Josh in background of Engadget's video 1 reply 6 recommends
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8 days ago 173 comments
Less data. I don’t want there to be so many karts, and I want to have to play with every character to figure out how each one works.
More characters. Blow it out, go nuts — give me 50 options, every random Nintendo character ever should be playable, and have unique things they can do. Maybe special items, even?
Battle upgrades. I feel like racing gets all the love, but let’s go back to popping each other’s balloons.
9 days ago 299 comments
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10 days ago 118 comments
Yep! Added a note above — the battery on this thing should last forever, literally.
13 days ago 72 comments
13 days ago 34 comments
That’s really encouraging to hear! I hope the same is true here for sure.
That’s SUPER exciting.
If only :)
No! I actually like the look, a lot, and I say so. But it doesn’t matter how it looks if it creaks in your hands, or gives every time you type on the keyboard. A broken laptop is a 0 / 10, so let’s say I’m hedging my bets here.
14 days ago on Sony VAIO Pro review: 'we're going to war with the MacBook Air' 3 replies 14 recommends
Money’s no object? Probably the Kirabook — that screen is gorgeous, and it handles the low-res-ness of Windows better than the VAIOs in some places. But MAN is it expensive, and if I were buying one I’d probably end up with the VAIO Pro.
14 days ago on Sony VAIO Pro review: 'we're going to war with the MacBook Air' 2 replies 1 recommend
SO. I initially believed each Pro model only came in one color, which led me to hate the Pro extra because its silver look hurts the keyboard and aesthetic experience. BUT it turns out you can buy both in both colors. I’m sorry for the error, and I’ve updated the post (and the score for the Pro 11) to reflect the actual information.
The Pro 11 isn’t great no matter what, but the silver coloring is a huge part of the problem too.
Sorry for the mix-up :(
14 days ago on Sony VAIO Pro review: 'we're going to war with the MacBook Air' 1 reply 3 recommends
It’s easily the Windows 8 laptop I’m most excited about. I keep waiting on Lenovo to send me one, but I’m pretty close to just buying one and going with it. I really, REALLY liked the one I got to spend a few minutes with at CES.
14 days ago on Sony VAIO Pro review: 'we're going to war with the MacBook Air' 8 replies 15 recommends
I do think you’re right about the carbon fiber – I doubt most people will break their laptops, but it’s a pretty disconcerting feeling. And having your laptop flex every time you type on it is just unpleasant.
14 days ago on Sony VAIO Pro review: 'we're going to war with the MacBook Air' 3 replies 18 recommends
And someday, when Microsoft kills the Desktop and leans all the way into Metro, I think it’ll work. But for now, too many apps, and just about every user I know, relies on Desktop. And Desktop gets ugly here.
14 days ago on Sony VAIO Pro review: 'we're going to war with the MacBook Air' 5 replies 24 recommends
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I’m convinced if Sony hadn’t been so hell-bent on being the thinnEST and lightEST, these could be great. There are just too many sacrifices to get there, for now.
14 days ago on Sony VAIO Pro review: 'we're going to war with the MacBook Air' 6 replies 41 recommends
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