Originally Posted by plosch
It seems that Samsung went busy reading some forums on the Internet.
Yamaha is wonderful to manufacture motorcycles. I love their motorcycles.
Knowing that the SGSIII may sound even better than the SGSI is priceless.
supercurio, super thank you!
Yamaha actually makes solid audio products but the SGS2 was a disappointment in that department
As for Samsung reading up on forums and comments, it's nothing new
There was an article about how the design team for samsung series 9 laptop read up on the comment sections of these tech blogs and used it for the second version
Here is a quote from engadget
Originally Posted by Engadget
As rough as it is being an Engadget editor, watching hot-headed readers run amok in the comments section, it must be that much more agonizing to be a product manager, the guy whose baby gets eviscerated by anonymous people on the internet who really can't stand 1366 x 768 resolution, man. If not for the sake of politeness, you fine folks in the peanut gallery might want to choose your words carefully: Samsung's product team draws some of its user feedback from the comments left here and on other tech sites.
In fact, says Samsung's design team, Engadget's comment section was one of the places it turned when it set out to retool the Series 9. Based on what it found there, a couple things became clear: consumers weren't fond of the shiny plastic bits, and there wasn't much love lost for those launch buttons and port covers either. That explains what we have here: a clean, minimalist machine fashioned out of unibody aluminum (sorry, no aircraft-grade duraluminum this time). The trackpad now blends in with the rest of the palm rest. Save for a small, discreet power button above the keyboard, you won't find any hardware keys. Even the LED lights (all two of them) are tiny.
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