Saturday, October 9, 2010

Talk about originality of design. It proves how biased mobile tech web and geeks were.


American-based company Apple's Macbook Pro and Nokia N9

Engadget's article Nokia N9: the MacBook Pro Phone @ August 19, 2010 by Thomas Ricker said

What was it that Anssi Vanjoki said? Something like, "If there is something good in the world then we copy with pride."

And most of the people commented about Nokia's copy of design. It was not just a few people because that article has 217 comments.



Here is the truth about copy of design.
Photo taken from Dear Engadget, who is copying who? [updated] @ August 19, 2010 by Engadget Sucks

Seriously. Who is copying who?

So if they were the gadget expert(That is why they were the writer of Engadget, right?), they must know about Sony Vaio notebook computer. But they simply dismiss it.
Or they don't know anything about gadget?



American-based company Motorola's Flipout and Nokia Twist

In contrast, Motorola almost copy the design from Nokia but nobody talks about it.

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amazing how similar the AT&T Motorola Flipout http://bit.ly/9Dcu6u looks to the VZW Nokia Twist http://bit.ly/9hrh7W
Saturday, September 25, 2010 3:34:03 AM via DestroyTwitter 
Photo taken from Engadget's article AT&T-branded Motorola Flipout released… on eBay @ September 24, 2010 By Chris Ziegler

There has 35 comments and almost none of people were talking about similarity of Nokia Twist.

This is a photo of Nokia Twist.
photo taken from Nokia 7705 Twist launched Stateside on Verizon (photo gallery) @ September 10, 2009 By Mike

Engadget's readers really concern about originality of design but strangely they don't even bother about it. Why?

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