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Exactly.
It's like... you're two different people who put value in two different things!

Next you'll tell me how you got such great deals at Goodwill and would never buy new clothes again and that your gluten vegan soy coffee beans are the best because they were made by orphans in Uganda and cost a fraction less than Starbucks. Nike shoes? Get out of here, I'm still wearing my Shaq's from 1998. Buy a car? I commute 3 hours each way every day on my bike while I scoff at society for all their petty valuables.

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It's like... you're two different people who put value in two different things!

Next you'll tell me how you got such great deals at Goodwill and would never buy new clothes again and that your gluten vegan soy coffee beans are the best because they were made by orphans in Uganda and cost a fraction less than Starbucks. Nike shoes? Get out of here, I'm still wearing my Shaq's from 1998. Buy a car? I commute 3 hours each way every day on my bike while I scoff at society for all their petty valuables.

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As I said, materialism is rampant in the 'phone' community. Status symbol and all that. Unlike many areas, you can get plenty of phone for a cheap price in the phone realm. If you enjoy feeling good paying $700 bucks for a phone every year good on you. I'll put my money into things that actually make a difference.

I wear a pair of comfortable rockports because it actually matters to have a decent pair of shoes that are comfortable. I also drive a new, efficient vehicle because I do commute. Sorry if I'm a smart consumer and prefer to not blow my money on materialistic things but prefer looking to see what offers me a good balance of performance/value.

But hey, you live in Nebraska man, I can understand there's not much to do out there so having expensive things makes you feel good.
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I think the most useful feature is the stylus, i had a Note 3 (now i have an S7 Edge) and i really missed the stylus, i was seriously considering changing it for a Note 7 but this whole fiasco happened, i think i'll refrain from that.

The stylus is really useful

 

 

Well then...  allow me to paint a picture.

 

If you will please follow along... & watch this Commercial: ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdg7P_kTb-c )

Then, this one from Lenovo: ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29KWuCl3B_w )

 

 

Then imagine a shrunkin down version of both of them....  to a phone's size..!

That is essentially what the rumored Microsoft's Surface Phone is to be like.

The pen & phone thing intrigues me.. and I enjoy MS's integration and tech on Windows 10.

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Well then...  allow me to paint a picture.

If you will please follow along... & watch this Commercial: ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdg7P_kTb-c )
Then, this one from Lenovo: ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29KWuCl3B_w )


Then imagine a shrunkin down version of both of them....  to a phone's size..!
That is essentially what the rumored Microsoft's Surface Phone is to be like.
The pen & phone thing intrigues me.. and I enjoy MS's integration and tech on Windows 10.

Too bad Lenovo is a terrible company, doing terrible things at the firmware and software level, of their customer devices. However, that is still a cool idea and the designers get the credit. Too bad there was obvious latency in use though. Future revisions should resolve that problem though.
    
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RIP Note 7. Actually, probably RIP to the entire Note line. They'll probably call it something else now that they've ruined that brand name.
    
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Too bad Lenovo is a terrible company, doing terrible things at the firmware and software level, of their customer devices. However, that is still a cool idea and the designers get the credit. Too bad there was obvious latency in use though. Future revisions should resolve that problem though.

Don't say that, I'm about to buy a Yoga X260 frown.gif
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Don't say that, I'm about to buy a Yoga X260 frown.gif

Don't buy a lenovo laptop. I made that mistake twice already. The lenovo build quality is absolutely horrible. And there are limitations and locks in the BIOS level, i can't even change the WIFI card to a newer AC one, since it's firmware locked.
    
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As I said, materialism is rampant in the 'phone' community. Status symbol and all that. Unlike many areas, you can get plenty of phone for a cheap price in the phone realm. If you enjoy feeling good paying $700 bucks for a phone every year good on you. I'll put my money into things that actually make a difference.

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But hey, you live in Nebraska man, I can understand there's not much to do out there so having expensive things makes you feel good.
Again, it's like you can have a different opinion on something that someone else. I haven't seen a single person in this post say they spend $700 on a new phone every year. I'm using my Nexus 6P that I don't plan to upgrade any time soon, but hell, we disagree, so I obviously throw money away on crap every year.

Cool shoes, I love my Keens, especially in the snow and rain. Different than yours for different reasons, I must also be wrong here.

I drive a F150 because I do need the towing capacity and bed space for the woodworking I do on the side. Crap, it's not a energy efficient car like yours. I must be the devil.

To you a $5 phone is all you need. To me, I love the power, size, speed of charge, clarity of my screen, on the Nexus 6P. Again, crazy that two different people like two different things. Mind = blown.

Lived in Florida for 18 years until I joined the Army. Now that I'm retired from the military, no chance in hell I'll go back to Florida. But hey, if you want a more expensive cost of living in Florida than I have in Nebraska, I can understand that paying more for everyday things is important for you to feel good.
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Again, it's like you can have a different opinion on something that someone else. I haven't seen a single person in this post say they spend $700 on a new phone every year. I'm using my Nexus 6P that I don't plan to upgrade any time soon, but hell, we disagree, so I obviously throw money away on crap every year.

Cool shoes, I love my Keens, especially in the snow and rain. Different than yours for different reasons, I must also be wrong here.

I drive a F150 because I do need the towing capacity and bed space for the woodworking I do on the side. Crap, it's not a energy efficient car like yours. I must be the devil.

To you a $5 phone is all you need. To me, I love the power, size, speed of charge, clarity of my screen, on the Nexus 6P. Again, crazy that two different people like two different things. Mind = blown.

Lived in Florida for 18 years until I joined the Army. Now that I'm retired from the military, no chance in hell I'll go back to Florida. But hey, if you want a more expensive cost of living in Florida than I have in Nebraska, I can understand that paying more for everyday things is important for you to feel good.

If Florida is expensive the Army must not pay well. I'm from Ney Work, I know expensive. I also have a Jeep Comanche for when I need to haul things and it does just fine as well. F-150 for wood working? Comeon now.

Regardless, for the sake of not derailing this thread further, let's agree to disagree.
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