posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 04:15 AM
That did sound pretty abysmal. However, I think that with time all of these issues can be fixed. It seems incredibly hard to justify that price of
this product with the functionality. Apparently people felt that the price was worth it when they thought the product would at least perform as
intended, but when it doesn't even do that the price tag really does make it a horrible purchasing decision. Like you said, if they were cheaper then
a buy could possibly be justified. The only way buying these would not be a horrible decision would be if you could afford to just use 2 grand to wipe
after using the bathroom. That is my opinion anyway.
And what is the point of the product anyway? It combines a few functions that can easily be done with a cell phone, tablet, laptop, or other device,
and these other devices will do all those things better anyway...For a fraction of the price. It just does not seem like a smart investment at this
point. If they don't sell very many of these, and they totally bomb, then perhaps they will not even work on improving them, but rather discontinue
them altogether. So when the price comes down a bit, and the functionality and efficacy increases, this product might be worth the buy. But as it
stands now I would have to agree with you and the guy in the video. Well at least we know Google did not pay the guy to review their product. I'm
sure there are some groups out there that actually do make money giving positive reviews to any product they are paid to review. Learning from the
politicians I suppose.