Of course, what those Gee's mean is anybody's guess. 4th generation of something? Sure I guess so. I mean, HSDPA+ is, technically an iteration of the more common-place HSPA technology that T-Mobile uses for their 3G data. And yes, HSDPA+ is faster. And yes it does have two whole extra characters! One letter and one symbol. Seriously. That plus? That's like adding flames to the front of your car.
Is it 4G? Eh. Who cares? Well, nerds for one. "Well, techniiiically, it's only a 3.5G tech, because it's theoretical bandwidth isn't as high as WiMax and especially not LTE."
Let me tell ya', there's few things as attractive, in marketing as "3.5G". Mm-mm. Nope. I mean, remember what I told you about symbols? The point in three-point-five? That's kind of a symbol! And that means awesome. Plus 3.5G has an extra number. Not sure why they're not calling it 3.5G to be honest. But I guess they felt simpler is better.
"But it's imprecise! It's only going to cause user confusion in the long-term!"
Shut up nerd.
Posted by OCEntertainment | Posted in Friggin' Nook , Nook | Posted on 1:18 PM
Do you understand? Do you get just how unbelievable this new Nook is? I DON'T THINK YOU DO.
It's magnificent. Unbelievable. Positively flabbergasting. Mesmerizingly ostentatious.
Posted by OCEntertainment | Posted in I don't understand art , Spilled grape juice | Posted on 7:33 AM
I don't think this needs any other commentary.
Except maybe: Whaaaaaaaa-?
And: The heeeeeeck?!
And also: Dude, I'm gonna get one for my girlfriend.
Posted by OCEntertainment | Posted in Apple Store Trolling | Posted on 1:39 PM
"Basically, the phone part. And, there is a little bit less memory. It's only got 256MB to the iPhone's 512MB. So, it's really closer to an iPad."
As an aside: if you have constant access to WiFi, or a decently priced WiFi hotspot plan, you could make do with an iPod Touch instead of an iPhone. That WiFi hotspot plan was also the Apple Store rep's idea.
But this "It's closer to an iPad" thing intrigues me.....So, what's the difference between an iPod Touch and an iPad?
"Well, basically, the size. It's bigger, so, you know, you can put your whole hand on it. Basically, it's a computer......"
I'm sorry, I just wanna make sure I'm getting this clear. The difference between a $300 iPod Touch and a $600 iPad* is that it's bigger?
And, you know, the cameras.
"Well, yeah, the cameras, too. So, you couldn't say, do video chat with an iPad. Or take pictures. Or video."
But it's bigger?
Also, I asked him if I could get the iPod Nano any bigger. "Well, it comes in 8GB and 16GB-" No, I mean....bigger. That screen is tiny. "Oh. No. That's as big as they come." Thanks again!
* -- Compare 32GB, WiFi-only models. The iPod Touch starts at $230 for 8GB and the iPad WiFi model starts at $500 for 16GB.