When Bigger Isn’t Better: Samsung Galaxy S II Preview | Apartment Therapy Unplggd
First, WTF is up with that name, Samsung?
I find it interesting that Apple’s devices appear to be considered untouchable by so many reviewers. This review might as well read, “Well, it’s ugly, not as good as its 18-month old competitor, and clearly designed and built by chimpanzees, but it’s pretty much better than the rest of the also-rans.”
(Are there really no kick-ass Android phones on the market? What’s the problem, here?)
My two favorite quotes:
It’s still no Retina Display, but Samsung’s Super AMOLED is a category leading display otherwise.
If we were just considering specs on paper and were in the market for an Android based phone, this would be a frontrunner. However, after our short demo with the Samsung Galaxy S II, we weren’t wowed by the ergonomics, and to a lesser extent the material build, finding it best suited for those with larger hands and a blind eye to UI clutter.
In case you were wondering what IP67 and whatnot means in terms of waterproofing of a device or enclosure, here’s everything you need to know in three compact tables: IP – Ingress Protection Ratings.
Apartment Therapy’s Unplggd just did a nice roundup of a bunch of IKEA hacks and ideas. And yes, it links to the great IKEA hacking blog, of course.
IKEA Lovin’: The Best Of IKEA Tech Hacking & DIY | Apartment Therapy Unplggd
Welcome to the ultimate guide to IKEA hacking and DIY at Unplggd, with over 100 articles devoted to all things IKEA. Anything and everything about IKEA that’s been highlighted in these pages is carefully cataloged and categorized (sorta) for your pleasure and convenience. Well maybe not *everything – man can only endure search for so long (in this case a couple of hours). We’ve got IKEA hacking, Ikea DIY, and even some normal IKEA pieces that we just found extraordinary.