haha yeah me too. products that come to mind are my NEX-7, my Alienware Tactx, Vmoda crossfade LP (best headphones Iv'e ever heard and beat my old HD595's hands down, but they hav e well over 600 hours of burn in and I use a good USB DAC) my old gateway 24 inch S-IPS monitor got a few bad reviews, list goes on lol
But I usually have very specific needs when looking for a product. with a keyboard it's all about key spacing layout and the ergonomics of how the keys click, how solid it feels but I don't like mechanical switch keyboard at all, the sound itself matters how it sounds when I type, durability matters too. backlighting is nice for night time, but meh. my G15 rev 2.0 has survived being chewed up my dog, Iv'e refabricated the USB cord re-soldering it into the circuit board half a dozen times so far, it's been through over a dozen spills, Iv'e put it in the dishwasher without the pcb to clean it several times, it's survived countless cigarette cherries followed by me cursing... Thing just won't die, and it gets more comfortable to type on year by year, yet many keyboard elitists hate it. I can't even type on a Dell OEM keyboard anymore without looking like a 4 year old typed on it lol.
With my camera, it was portability, versatility, straight up sensor quality and lenses available, video was nice but meh. World's first OLED viewfinder is much more wonderful to use than a standard mirror viewfinder. It's basically an infinite contrast ratio mini live view display as a viewfinder. That and the form factor with that sensor alone without half the features would've sold me on my camera, but things like the tri navi selection system, mini pop up flash when you need it, endless lens attachments available without being full framed, almost any lens adapter ever made is produced cheap for it. it's durable magnesium frame, solid metal mounting surfaces, nice flipable LCD live view, 1080P blu ray bitrate quality and format video with the successor to the $2000 Sony handycam's sensor is very good quality, simple alpha mount with translucent mirror tech literally turns it into a high end alpha DSLR. It's more ergonomic and easier to use than any DSLR iv'e used. I used to have a NEX 5 which I started on and they pretty much fixed anything bad about that camera. The only thing that could possibly be better about the NEX-7 is NFC, WiFi, and an android system, advanced fring field display touchscreen and maybe a little better performance above 3200 ISO, but that's just a limitation to current CMOS sensor technology being 24+ mp IMO.
not the best camera ever made, perhaps overpriced at a grand for the body alone, but for my uses it more than pays for itself. I'd still be using my old NEX-5 if someone didn't break in my old home and steal it though