- Last Active
mpantone said:Best thing about the xm5s is the still very good XM4s will be even cheaper. And the XM4s fold up compactly.
I can’t understand what value proposition there is for Airpods Max.
Just looking at the numbers, the AirPods Max are 5 ounces heavier than the XM5s. That is a LOT of extra weight on your head.I don’t have hair and every other headphone I’ve tried, I feel that pressure point. My head btw is shaped like Mark Ellis’ on youtube.
jcs2305 said:ravnorodom said:For USB-C Magic Mouse, please have the charging port on the side and frontal. Currently I have 2 Magic Mouses because of the dumb charging port on the bottom. I wonder if that's Jony Ive's decision.I never got the uproar over this? Plug it in for 2 minutes and go get some coffee or a drink of water stretch your legsA full charge takes as little as two hours, while a quick two minutes of charging is enough to give you nine hours of use before the mouse needs a refill.
Second observation, don’t they ever take a lunch break? Say 30 minutes charge during lunch will definitely get you through the day.
Such first world problems many of them have.
It definitely should come with the height adjustable stand as standard.Another AirPods max.
The iMacs don’ have an adjustable stand.
If adjustability is an issue for you, then getting the VESA option and mounting it on an arm is the way to go.
And what do the AirPods Max have anything to do with this?
I so wanted this display but given its documented problems and price I think I will have to settle for the 4K Dell ultrasharp with a USBc dock for home use. 27 or 32 inches and both have fully adjustable stands.
it uses an LG display with new IPS technology that greatly improves contrast, and it is 500 nits. I can get two 27s for the price of one of these studio displays, and that is before buying an adjustable stand.
It’s up to the user to decide if this item is of value to them. And no comparing 4K to 5K is a non starter.
If 4K is good enough for you then go that route and save yourself some dough.
If all you do is programming and MS Office type work, then the Studio Display is definitely overkill.
Xavalon said:That you would pay a few k for a non upgradable studio seems non customer friendly to me. I mean you buy it, start using it in your workflow to find out you needed another configuration.
I doubt that college freshmen is the intended audience for one of these.