I thought about Razer a lot while writing this, and the big difference, for me, is that thin gaming laptops have always seen a significant power sacrifice to maintain their small size (a 970m in the 2015 and a 1060 in the 2016 Razer)—this is the first one that doesn’t compromise power for thickness.
Both times in Tennessee. The first time was on the interstate half way up a mountain. Gaskets blow on my van. The closet gas station was only maybe a mile or two away, but again, up a steep incline on a very busy interstate with almost no shoulder and lost of WATCH FOR FALLING ROCKS signs. So walking…
I saw Surfaces at WWDC.
Right? I really miss the G3 glory days...
Google it is debatable.
Kate I know Amazon claims it does that as well.
And now Tim Cook is back on stage and wrapping things up.
$349. Starts shipping in December.
LOL. The price.
So the big difference between it and other speakers, when it comes to privacy, is it uses an anonymous ID when calling to Apple’s servers.
And now they’re talking privacy.
I wonder how much this will be. A Sonos One is $200 and isn’t as smart, but has similar music capabilities.
Also lame, Kate. Real real lame.
So the Echo has 7 microphones, and the Google Home has 2.
It will have 6 microphones.
Kate is any of this music demo coming across the stream?
This is the music I’m used to hearing when I’m in a changing room at Dillards.
They’re now trying an audio demo which will in no way be accurate, but thanks for trying Apple.
Total fake out Kate.