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I’d love a simplified FitBit range from Google moving forward.
Fitbit Pro for the all-out, top of the range experience; a regular FitBit for most folks; a Fitbit A-series for the budget conscious; a FitBit Luxe for fashion simplicity and a FitBit Mini for the cheapest device. But get the Assistant on all of them.
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The term was coined originally by sci-fi novelist Neal Stephenson to describe a virtual world people escape to from a dystopian, real world
But first they had to create that dystopian world…
It’s all about the marketing. But other than that, Google need to nail the battery life and camera.
Everything else is a gimmick.
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I still hate that premium phones have to be glass. The Pixel 5 got it right with the plastic coated metal. Sturdy and grippy for those of who who live without a case. Really wish we had this design in that material.
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Macbooks have looked the same for years. Same with Thinkpads. A look doesn’t have to be perfect, it’s just got to be around long enough to become iconic. Google haven’t really understood this yet. I fear we are also losing the fabric cases too early as well.
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…when we’d all just prefer a sequel animated series.
I just worry that single screen devices will always look like they have a slight defect thanks to that fold. But What I really want to see is BOTH designs developed. At the moment it feels like Microsoft are the only ones with this particular take. (Also shouldn’t two screens be easier and therefore cheaper than a folding screen? Don’t quite understand that)
Microsoft has put a lot of power in here, but directed at coders and creatives.
Kinda wish I was a coder or creative now.