Maybe because it doesn't look like it came out of steampunk nightmare, and actually integrates with bands that can look really good? I actually think the 360 looks fine, but it can never scale to the functionality of this device.
So can Android deal with this out of the box, or is this something Samsung thinks will make Tizen more desirable.
Also, how does it deal with unintended contact when your left hand fingers are wrapped around it? A new round of "you're holding it wrong" jokes?
The enormous number of people who like the current design of Beats precisely because they emphasize what they want (heavy bottom) clearly disagree. And changing the design for a broader spectrum isn't exactly rocket science. For perspective, remember that the single biggest thing that Barry Gordy did at Motown (other than have a ridiculous stable of talent) was doing the final mix on car speakers. Tuning the product to the target user is as old as time.And now having...
I'm tired of every article about Beats/Apple devolving immediately into a bash-fest about the quality of the headphones.
Folks, these were designed for a specific customer... techno/hip-hop fans who want the bass to rattle their bodies, and who are listening to music that doesn't have much harmonic complexity.
In short, if you're an audiophile, THEY WEREN'T DESIGNED FOR YOU!
Get over it and buy another brand.
If/when these become the flagship headphones for Apple, I'm...
Obviously, because it says nothing about a lawsuit. I know people get all superior when it comes to accessibility, but its just good programming practice and ultimately benefits everyone.Ramps and curb cutouts are just good design for everyone at one time or another.Accessibility mods to bathrooms benefit everyone, particularly as we age (the ultimate 'disability' that we all face.)Replacing knobs (a holdover from when door handles were simply offshoots of the clock-making...