Here’s what you need to know…
- Only 18 will be made
- Price… A staggering $340,000
That’s all. I’m in love. I’d have more to say, but I’m posting this from my phone and I’m utterly speechless.
I think that one of the most often overlooked aspects of putting together (or buying) a computer are the input devices. Most consumers simply use what comes with the machine they bought at their favorite retailer and don’t think twice about how much better their experience could be. Gamers, on the other hand, spend a lot of time figuring out what keyboard and mouse combination best fits their playing style and needs. I fit in the latter category.
In my previous article, I talked about upgrading my wife from her iPhone 4 to the OnePlus One. I also mentioned that I’d post a follow up with her thoughts after a week of using the device. So, I emailed her a set of questions to answer and this is what she had to say …
I’ll start this off by stating that I have tried this before. In fact, it was just before Christmas last year that I bought my wife the Moto X in an attempt to move her away from her iPhone and over to Android. The migration lasted only about three weeks because she “accidentally” dropped and smashed her phone. Admittedly, it wasn’t an easy transition. I’m not sure if it was because she didn’t like the physical device, Android or that I hadn’t provided enough help to ease her through it. Possibly, and very likely, it was a combination of all of those factors.
This time, I feel as though I’m more prepared and I have a better device for her. The OnePlus One.