When Tech Companies Lie to Us...

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Marques Brownlee

Marques Brownlee

14 أيام قبل

Tech company lies exist on a spectrum. How far is too far?
(Did you know 1-inch camera sensors are not 1 inch?)

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Mrwhosetheboss
Mrwhosetheboss 12 أيام قبل
I can’t see it becoming any less of an issue unfortunately - if anything, the more complex the tech becomes, the easier it is to fool the average consumer with meaningless specs, cause they have less and less of an idea on how the tech is actually working - Great vid though, we should keep calling it out when we spot it 👌
Faraz Ahmed
Faraz Ahmed أيام قبل
the more complex the tech becomes, the more clicky your thumbnails and titles will become!
MJ
MJ أيام قبل
That's why you all are here. To keep 'em and us on our toes.
Josh Hanam
Josh Hanam أيام قبل
You guys try as much to keep it real...applause 👏
Fuck You
Fuck You 2 أيام قبل
Oh look! It's the ccp shill!! How's chinas facist money treating you???
Antigov
Antigov 2 أيام قبل
My two favorite tech guys.. together. You guys should collaborate more often it would be awesome
Adam Ross
Adam Ross 9 أيام قبل
The 1 inch sensor situation reminds me a bit of when people we first started getting into large storage sizes (GBs and TBs) and people were confused why their 500GB drive doesn't have 500GB.
Aashish Kumar
Aashish Kumar 23 ساعات قبل
Actually, a Gb wad 1024Mb, when we amplify that to a mass scale, the extra 24mb does play a role
Bill Bopp
Bill Bopp 3 أيام قبل
@Kaizen Bits per second can be used with any type of data, not just some file. In particular, real-time data like phone conversations, or long-distance transmission lines. What good is the concept of a byte when you're looking at a multiplexed signal containing thousands of separate data streams?
Kaizen
Kaizen 4 أيام قبل
@Bill Bopp How so? If I have to upload a video file to my Dropbox, I want to see how many MB/s of speed I'm getting, and I change my network connection speed monitoring software to reflect that, because I don't use bits or even bytes generally because they are too small of an increment with today's large file sizes eg. 2GB video files being common. That's me anyway.
Bill Bopp
Bill Bopp 5 أيام قبل
@Kaizen Actually, when working with data transmission speeds, working with bits is more accurate, and more useful.
Piet ice-only.de
Piet ice-only.de 5 أيام قبل
not quite, cause here you experience a real scenario disadvantage over something that was promised to you via marketing that you didn't get. you though you gonna be able to store 500GB of data but it turns out to be just 466GiB. On the other hand if you buy a camera with a 1 inch sensor it's not like you want to start taking pictures and figure out that you can't do in the way or to the amount it was advertised.
Fancy
Fancy أيام قبل
It’s not lying it’s stretching the truth 😁
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The Story of my Life
The Story of my Life 5 أيام قبل
Yes, I have been harmed by tech company lies. Back in 2015 I was in the market for a mirrorless camera. At the time, the best options on the market was the Sony A7, Panasonic GH4 and the Samsung X1. Yes, Samsung made a mirroless camera and it was way ahead of its time. The camera division was rather new but they had the whole road map for new lenses that were going to be launched. So, I bought the Samsung camera. Soon, the launch dates for these lenses and accessories were being missed but Samsung said not to worry, they were still going to deliver. Eventually, they just quietly shut it down and the thousands of dollars I paid to buy into there system was meaningless.
The Story of my Life
The Story of my Life 9 ساعات قبل
@John Nulf nope
John Nulf
John Nulf 10 ساعات قبل
you at least got your money back… right?
Jingyu Zheng
Jingyu Zheng 2 أيام قبل
From mirrorless to meaningless, my dude
Eidi
Eidi 8 أيام قبل
Thank you for being a massive ARfacer and being outspoken on issues like this and right to repair. Thank you for bringing light to these issues and calling companies out. You're a class act.
Afrotechmods
Afrotechmods 12 أيام قبل
Mad respect that you can hang out with Elon and review his cars but still remain independent enough to call Tesla out on their marketing
Piet ice-only.de
Piet ice-only.de 5 أيام قبل
@Ross Carlson apple hit hard on tesla in "invasion" first the car gets mocked to only be bought for the husband's love affair then it won't start "because of bluetooth" at the gas station they then rather steal a REAL car before going on with the tesla:D
Robert
Robert 7 أيام قبل
Don't forget the Tesla Truck...
Kuban P
Kuban P 7 أيام قبل
He has been very gentle on his critictm. Elan Musk is real big on vaporware, especially on some other projects. Tesla might be the most legit thing he does.
Jyuzou
Jyuzou 8 أيام قبل
@Muskar, ok: "I think that only describes one aspect of one side." - it does, and that one side is bigger. "...your frustration is that you see a cult leader that people follow and you project that they're being manipulated and mislead and yet doesn't even care, but you see beyond his "charm" and find something about him and his behavior so repulsive that he needs to be taken down, I'd assume." - Yeah, the last few bits was a bit too much, but I'm really just astonished by how much people he was able to reel in. Remember the crypto bit he did? Please tell me you don't think that's not borderline criminal. Thank the heavens crypto isn't regulated. -wink wink- "He's not Iron Man, no. But what do you expect?" - Yes, of course I understand this. I think everyone understands this. It's the same as every other CEO out there. That's why it's so baffling to me, because every other CEO gets called out for their BS. "I literally said it was in my first paragraph." - To be fair, you said "some". And by how you've started one paragraph with basically saying "I'm not an expert in technologies related to Hyperloop" is that you're leaning towards, again, giving him the benefit of the doubt on this thing. I know Hyperloop is just his publicity thing and that he's not gonna go through with it. We're not stupid, - or I wish I could say that because, again, the majority believe this crap. "It's just a hockey table inside a vacuum, it's not that hard!", lol. "I think that shows your bias, because the media is just as flooded with cynicism." - I think this shows your bias, because I'm not saying that all of them are "feel-good" articles and pieces; I'm saying that, specifically, most of Musk's pieces are "feel-good" content. Musk even made it as Person of the Year, come on; they listed all of his companies, like PayPal (and that's why it's important to know who founded which company - why do you think it's so important to Musk why HE should be labeled as a founder of Tesla?) I mean, again, just look at this video's comment section alone. "What I think they all have in common is indeed that it's often sensationalism and not well-researched." - and that's what I'm saying, sorry if it's not clear. "To me, information is decent if you follow a wide range of experts and try to chase the opposition of those experts." - to you. This is you. Hats off to you for doing that. But to the majority, no. I mean, you said it yourself: fact-checking is hardly a skill most people on social media excel at. The layman just scrolls to the next post on their feed. They follow what's interesting. And what's interesting is, you said it: sensationalized content. "Growing a business early on can be very cutthroat, require a lot of hustle and bordering unethical things." - yes, I'm aware. He's not the only man who's like this, but others are being called out for it. Jobs, Gates, Zucc, Bezos. Rarely does Musk get called out. I'm not saying that other businessmen are saints. I'm saying that Musk almost always gets a pass from people. "What do I get out of it? I get exciting technology (SpaceX) and a feeling of justice against the energy and automotive industry who have also been very manipulative (especially Exxon) and extremely reluctant to make any positive change whatsoever (disregarding global negative externalities for short-term personal gains), and optimism for technology to thrive in the Anthropocene." - man, you're rooting for the wrong guy. Every other company does that as well; hide under the guise that their cause is for the benefit of mankind. Apple's doing it right now with their removal of chargers in iPhone packages. Yeah, sure, it will help, but I'm sure they did the math (selling the chargers instead of having it packaged with the iPhone is more money) and it doesn't quite line up with their stance on Right to Repair (they have been adjusting because of the backlash throughout the years, as more people become more aware of the movement, but this is another topic entirely, just to give you an example that I'm not saying that other companies are 'better' or that I'm singling out Musk). What he does isn't even environmentally-friendly upon closer inspection. I mean, if you want to go green, you don't make tunnels underground - you improve public transportation. There's also his StarLink where he's planning to deploy several satellites into space and how experts are saying that it's contributing to more debris in orbit, which will make it harder for us to launch stuff outside earth. That's just from the top of my head, too. "If you mean that literally, then you have not studied cognitive biases and logical fallacies. It's very common behavior. And if you pretend to be above it all yourself, then you are in denial. We are all fallible to them, and I think the best we can do is be aware of it." - you seem very intelligent, but I feel you're taking some of my statements literally. That was a rhetorical question. I'm saying that because I'm not putting myself up a pedestal. I'm literally flabbergasted that other people do not this see the other side. I don't think this has something to do with intelligence (I mean, I'm not that smart), but with how people filter their content (or, more likely, how content is delivered to them), as discussed previously. I know cognitive biases, and I know that I'm not infallible. "Elon was a quirky (ASD) underdog to me." - if you know Musk's history, he was never an underdog. If you go through his timeline, he was never an underdog.
Bellissima2k
Bellissima2k 8 أيام قبل
@Jyuzou GM delivered 26 EV's in Q4 2021, yeah other automakers are doing fine. Biden said GM led it must be true 😂😂
Ryan Williams
Ryan Williams 6 أيام قبل
The “1-inch” sensor thing is mind blowing. Thank you for nudging the world toward truth. Love this video. ❤️
Mister T
Mister T 5 أيام قبل
Mister T tells you, “Tesla sucks”
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Jonathan Armstrong
Jonathan Armstrong 9 أيام قبل
Elon is the king of vaporware, I never believe his announcements until they’re fully released - they’re rarely the same
Jim G
Jim G أيام قبل
@Aditya Sahasranshu not mad btw
Aditya Sahasranshu
Aditya Sahasranshu أيام قبل
So, model 3, y, s, x weren’t delivered? Maybe u need to look a bit more into their product announcement, they ship the same product they show as concept. Yes, they r late and overly optimistic, and I’m also very much annoyed with that. But before Tesla there was no EV industry. As vapourware u say? Elon revolutionised aerospace industry single handed. Reusable rocket, maybe u don’t know about them, search falcon 9, and also starlink satellite broadband service from space at any location on Earth, already over 150k customers in 1 year, With speeds exceeding 400mbps, latency under 30ms. So, maybe u look in the mirrors and ponder there is a tree somewhere on the planet that is wasting its life trying to replace the oxygen you waste.
Drudley
Drudley 5 أيام قبل
@SuperSMT Almost always* But, it would be a strange world if you weren't allowed to change your mind.
SuperSMT
SuperSMT 6 أيام قبل
They always deliver, just usually a bit late
M B
M B 7 أيام قبل
A new Donald Trump 😂! I must say musk is way smarter than him but he does the same kinda pattern Trump would do to get attention.
PioneerBlue
PioneerBlue 8 أيام قبل
This was a good video, but I feel like there's still a lot more that could be explored for this topic. Would love a part two.
BuzzaB77
BuzzaB77 8 أيام قبل
The Channel "Engineering explained " did a great break down on this. that 1.99 wasn't just done with rollout, there was track glue down too. Another grip aid from the drag world.
juanmedinar20
juanmedinar20 12 ساعات قبل
You are forgetting about the cold air thrusters that the roadster is supposed to get.
J Arnold
J Arnold 7 أيام قبل
Yep. For what it's worth though, the one foot roll out is industry standard and all of the 0-60 times you see are measured this way. What's even more interesting is if you look at 5-60 times, they are always a good bit slower than 0-60. For example, Car and Driver reports that the 2021 Supra does 0-60 in 3.8 seconds (one foot rollout of 0.3 seconds excluded) and a rolling 5-60 time of 4.4 seconds. The 5-60 times can't take advantage of launch control so it's more representative of what you'll experience driving in normal conditions. Interesting stuff
AuthenTech - Ben Schmanke
AuthenTech - Ben Schmanke 12 أيام قبل
I petition camera sensors should have a naming scheme like TV’s. Maybe mm diagonal? Super easy and straightforward.
Ren Ren
Ren Ren 8 أيام قبل
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Blockbuster2033
Blockbuster2033 9 أيام قبل
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William Sanders
William Sanders 9 أيام قبل
@HiddenArmy Please check sentence structure before posting. I am confused by your statement / question.
NGC1433
NGC1433 10 أيام قبل
@Blackbird Well the nomenclature has a measurement unit in it, that has nothing to do with the sensor. That's exactly as deceptive as anything tesla did.
Just Steve
Just Steve 10 أيام قبل
@Denes K I've got motorbikes too. One is old and has imperial tyre sizes. 3.50 front. The newer bikes are more sensible, but the rim is still inches 🤣 I rather enjoy the anarchy!
Joonas Lehtinen
Joonas Lehtinen 6 أيام قبل
Would love to hear your insights on Tesla FSD. It would definitely make an interesting video on how people have paid $3-10k for "full self driving" feature that early marketing promises presented as L4+ autonomy. Elon Musk has for years confirmed FSD to be L5 autonomy and that it will be shipping "next year". Yet, feature continues to be vapor ware and Tesla refuses to refund FSD purchases while not giving any official timeline for delivery.
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123clickit 3 أيام قبل
Its an investment
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Andy Slye
Andy Slye 9 أيام قبل
My favorite is Tesla's "Potential Savings" default price for their cars which includes "potential incentives and gas savings of $4,300" 😅
Wayne Lewis
Wayne Lewis 5 أيام قبل
@Mitch James Either you don’t know what the hell you’re talking about, or you have no idea how to read a financial statement. A quick look at Tesla’s Q3 ‘21 financial report would show you how ZEV credits were a pretty insignificant part of their revenue. Keep that outdated “TeSla iS OnLy PWOFITABLE wiff cwedits” out of here. This isn’t 2019.
Mitch James
Mitch James 7 أيام قبل
@paladain55 because your taxes incentivises Tesla to build them without the need to make a profit to prevent going under. Hybrids and synthetic fuel is the future for affordable cars but Tesla getting billions from governments around the world so there is no need for them to make hybrids as world governments will not only give them money to make them but use your taxes to make them cheaper as an incentive to buy them even though it costs you much more in tax.
Jorge Chavez
Jorge Chavez 7 أيام قبل
@paladain55 Lol toyotas have been generally shit for two decades. Only toyotas that are built like y'all fangirls claim are those from the 90s or older.
Mini Surf
Mini Surf 7 أيام قبل
Do your own research...everyone is different. But if i have a Tesla model 3 or any fully electric car i would be saving $300 on gas a month!!!! Thats a Fact!!! Thats $3600 a year!!! Thats $18,000 savings after 5 years paying the car off! A hybrid would save me $1800 a year. Another month ill be trading my 2016 Rogue sport for a highlander hybrid. Um waiting for the Tesla Model 2!
paladain55
paladain55 7 أيام قبل
@Jorge Chavez cmon the prius is just reliable like most Toyotas. Very common. Toyota prius and Ford escape hybrids all do long service lifes.
James Beer
James Beer 9 أيام قبل
You have just blown my mind on the 1-inch sensor fact. We need to start a petition for companies to use realistic terms.
zefvor
zefvor 5 أيام قبل
Or it is a name of improved process node that produces approximately same transistor density as the actual namesake would. But what about "lifetime warranty"? It is not the lifetime of user, it is lifetime of the product, but as soon as the product fails manufacturer can say its lifetime has ended, so you really don't get any proper warranty, it is just a scam
Deiphos Antonios
Deiphos Antonios 6 أيام قبل
Lol at least the numbers makes sense relatively (a 1/2 inch sensor being half the size of 1 inch one). In the semi-conductor (processor) world, the "nm" number means literally nothing.
Shubham Songara
Shubham Songara أيام قبل
The tagline - “When companies lie to us” What Marques says - “ Yes and No” I believe he can make an exceptional diplomat.
Sommer75
Sommer75 12 أيام قبل
I’ve been a photographer for 10+ years and went to 5 different photography schools before that, and this is the first time i hear the true story about the 1 inch sensor. Thank you for being honest in a dishonest world.
Ryan M
Ryan M 4 أيام قبل
I think what Sommer75 means is they're broke
Alex Romo
Alex Romo 4 أيام قبل
How many years as a race car driver?
Tyler
Tyler 6 أيام قبل
@Chowdhury Ashabul Yeameen To me it sounds like this isn't a point of purchase to literally anyone
Chowdhury Ashabul Yeameen
Chowdhury Ashabul Yeameen 6 أيام قبل
@Tyler To me it doesn't matter as long as all products from different companies use the same standard. I can still get the sense which sensor is larger/smaller.
Zaharia Ionut-claudiu
Zaharia Ionut-claudiu 7 أيام قبل
@Ops Blac 2022 2036
Charles Rodriguez
Charles Rodriguez أيام قبل
I usually watch your tech reviews, but this was a truly interesting video. One of the reasons I bought a Sony RX-100 series is because of the 1" sensor. Although it is a great camera, and met everything I wanted, I do feel deceived. I am really enjoying these different videos you're putting out, very informative and interesting content!
Kelvin Kariuki
Kelvin Kariuki 3 أيام قبل
With the 1 inch sensor thing I think it more of a different type of measurement system. As long as they compare sensor to another sensors with the same criteria then it’s not a problem. As long as they are not saying “look our competitors have a sensor that’s .6 inches long diagonally but our sensor is a 1-inch sensor” then it’s fine Edit: think it like a nautical mile vs regular mile. Inch sensor vs regular inch. As long as you don’t mix the two measurements then it’s fine.
LES
LES 7 أيام قبل
Marquis you do such a great job. I'd love to have more people with your level of integrity in mainstream entertainment and information media.
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Bilal Rasool
Bilal Rasool أيام قبل
what about display resolutions, we used the measurement of the smaller side, so 720p, 1080p, or 1440p, but then when 4K displays came out, they made you think the smaller side had 4K pixels. This made you think it had almost 4 times more pixels than a 1080p, but in reality, it's about double the pixels on one side. It's a big jump, but its weird how we changed the measuring system but didn't clarify that.
marsgizmo
marsgizmo 12 أيام قبل
Love the 1-inch sensor backstory explanation!
Dominic Stocker
Dominic Stocker 12 أيام قبل
@Eadrian Basila why would you ask someone that
Eadrian Basila
Eadrian Basila 12 أيام قبل
Just like when you ask a guy about “his size”. There’s always this +- value you need to account for lol.
tj
tj 12 أيام قبل
Especially because the US measurements are defined based on the metric system. They are really just kind of aliases for metric units. That's another thing: they aren't imperia anymore, although everyone calls them that.
rystaldev
rystaldev 12 أيام قبل
Yeah that was really interesting!
Charles Hyde
Charles Hyde 12 أيام قبل
@Ananaskopf I'm measuring everyday for my job with inches and it's stupid. I'm with you on this!
D C
D C 7 أيام قبل
Great video. As always. I will say tho… there are countless misnomers in the world, in which we still ‘carry’. So - for the 1-inch sensor conversation - I wouldn’t boil it down to whether things are a ‘lie’ or not, but it’s just the cultural carry-over of an original idea. There are endless examples of this. 2x4’s are actually 1.5” x 3.5” - because they would mill them down for consistency, when 80+ yrs ago they were really 2” actual x 4” actual. If anything, these are the tracings (or the provenance) to original ways. Why do we say ‘cc’ for a message? Carbon copy! Why do she say ‘return’? The carriage returns back on a typewriter when we finish a line of text. Why do we say ‘hang up’ on a phone? Because that’s how we rested (and therefore disconnected) the phone into the gravity-based holster back then…? Why do we say ‘windshield’? Because in an open-air buggy, we didn’t want wind (or bugs flying in our face)… So the 1-inch sensor shouldn’t have you shake your head nor have you roll your eyes… if anything it should make us scratch our head, but with delight. If anything, your description/origin-retelling was AMAZING. Would be fabulous if you keep that going… and do that with other tech things. Great work, as always…
G. Reaper
G. Reaper 6 أيام قبل
also, U.S. power grid: 110 is actually, nominally 120, which acceptable ranges of 115-125. It used to be 110 though. 220 is exactly the same story, as "110" is just half the full "220" line voltage. "110" and "220" also just roll of the tongue easier, and are more "pleasant" to see written perhaps?
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Shaanan Walsh
Shaanan Walsh 9 أيام قبل
Thanks for making videos like this. More people needed to question and not just accept what they are told.
Felix Tang
Felix Tang 8 أيام قبل
great review as always marquess, thanks for bringing lights to all the "lies or less-of-lies", will support your channel always! Its great to see your honesty in review doesn't get polluted by the big company. Hope you keep up the good work!
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Error404
Error404 9 أيام قبل
The sensor example brings up an interesting point between actual technical accuracy and getting an honest understanding across. So while not being technically accurate i do not feel it is deceptive as the rest of the products it is comparing too, the industry as a whole, tends to use the same standard. Any consumer who would care about the significance of a 1 inch sensor, is comparing too other 1 inch sensors. The value of a 1 inch sensor is significant because the quality of light gathering that implies, the optical quality, and so since if you learn its not actually that physical demension and its just a standard that has held on from a device that is now out dated, its not actually damaging. Its similar to focal length, which initially derives from an actual physical distance to matches the figure given. But the resulting crop and field of vue of the image is actually dependent on this distance, and the size of the sensor. So instead they quote the equivilent it would be for a 35mm camera as that was such a standard in photography for so long. At the end of the day anyone who looking at focal length cares about the crop and field of view they are getting, so a standard is more useful in comparing these things even if it is technically inaccurate. At what point do you change it as new people age into a hobby and industry as others age out of it, to the point people are comforable with a standard had already lost technical accuracy before their lifetime?
Error404
Error404 5 أيام قبل
@G. Reaper appeture actually doesnt really affect that, well i guess in some ways it can but generally apeartue is just give as a ratio compared to fully open, just affects how much light gets in as well as depth of field because of diffraction. Not FoV or anything.
G. Reaper
G. Reaper 5 أيام قبل
@Error404 The image it could capture, or what it could "view" with a traditional lens.
Error404
Error404 5 أيام قبل
@G. Reaper Im not sure if i follow. That what was equivilent size to aperture?
G. Reaper
G. Reaper 6 أيام قبل
I always understood it as being equivalent to the aperture size of an analogue camera... While not entirely correct, I feel like that understanding was really damn close to the reality of it.
Error404
Error404 6 أيام قبل
@bigglyguy Thats not my point. I mean it doesnt matter what size the film or sensor actually is, it matters if you are getting the experience and product quality you would expect from that description. WIth the Film example i was describing focal length, for example the iphone pro cameras are listed with focal lengths of 13, 26,and 77mm. none of these are technically accurate, The whole phone is nowhere near 77mm deep so it couldnt be, but it gives the same FOV and depth of feild as those lenses and apetures, as those focal lengths on a 35mm camera. An old standard that a photographer would be familiar with, so is more convinient to give them the information they actually care about. You dont actually care how big the sensor is REALLY, you care about the pictures it can take that is enabled by the sensor size. So if that figure has become the standard nomeclture due to an outdated design, its actually still more useful information than suddenly telling the technical truth that anyone comparing the cameras wont be familiar with.
Blacktail Studio
Blacktail Studio 11 أيام قبل
Really interesting. Always wondered about the electric car torque numbers. Well done!
Muriël Veneman
Muriël Veneman 4 أيام قبل
@G. Reaper so it's clearly not our fault for it to be confusing as a battery pack isnt even a battery pack 💀 if it doesn't contain batteries 😑 and why is there a difference in battery and battery pack if a battery pack is a single battery
G. Reaper
G. Reaper 5 أيام قبل
@Muriël Veneman and a battery pack is comprised of indivdual cells, just like a battery. 18650 is simply a specific form factor of a cell. It is not a battery. Cell: a single unit that contains a electrolytic solution to generate electricity. Examples include AA, AAA, C, D, and 18650 cells, commonly incorrectly called batteries. Battery: A single unit that contain multiple cells, which commonly cannot be separated from each other. A standard car battery is an example of this. Battery Pack: A single unit that is comprised of multiple cells, that can be separated individually, and are called batteries for short. RC/drone battery packs are an example of this.
Muriël Veneman
Muriël Veneman 5 أيام قبل
@G. Reaper their battery packs basically just are 7000 18650 batteries
Muriël Veneman
Muriël Veneman 5 أيام قبل
@G. Reaper they replace a battery pack
G. Reaper
G. Reaper 5 أيام قبل
@Muriël Veneman Actually, they're only replacing one battery. That battery is made of (per your comment) 7104 CELLS. While we commonly call them batteries, that is technically incorrect. Now granted, it may have more than one HV battery, but it would only be 2 or 4 (or some other much lower number).
BoW Skittlez
BoW Skittlez 9 أيام قبل
The ‘one inch sensor’ term reminds me of how we use horsepower nowadays to equate engine performance but not relating to actual hoses anymore
Pocnit
Pocnit 7 أيام قبل
@tiedtke. Who doesn't like a wet and slippery hose?
tiedtke.
tiedtke. 7 أيام قبل
Yes, I remember riding those great hoses. So fun. So wet.
Joe Fletcher
Joe Fletcher 8 أيام قبل
With complex tech, “lies” really includes anything that is unintuitive. This is a law of design that’s baked into most user facing program, simple errors in unintuitive design can grow and Metastasize into indecipherable paradox.
Rob Youngson Photography
Rob Youngson Photography 2 ساعات قبل
If you were to film a follow up, you could explore F-stop vs T-stop. How two companies F2.8 isn't the same (can be as much as a stop different in extreme cases) but a T-stop is a more universal and accurate measurement, hence why it's used in Film and TV.
Consumer Tech Review
Consumer Tech Review 7 أيام قبل
"Here's how that would line up against some of the fastest cars ever made:"...literally the first car on the list: PRIUS
Piet ice-only.de
Piet ice-only.de 5 أيام قبل
can there be a first car on the list non-literally?
Coolie 1156
Coolie 1156 5 أيام قبل
It's for context
Volt HD
Volt HD 6 أيام قبل
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra specs (rumored) Display 6.8-inch AMOLED, QHD Refresh rate 120Hz adaptive Rear cameras 108MP main, 12MP ultrawide, 10MP 3x optical telephoto, 10MP 10x optical telephoto Front camera 40MP Chipset Snapdragon 8 Gen 1/ Exynos 2200 RAM 8GB/12GB/16GB Storage 128GB/256GB/512GB/1TB Battery 5,000 mAh
SlightlyCrookedWorkshop
SlightlyCrookedWorkshop 6 أيام قبل
It's like wanting to see an Average Person compete in events at the Olympics.
Consumer Tech Review
Consumer Tech Review 6 أيام قبل
@BenjiMC1 Hell yea! All 106lb-ft of torque!!!
EricBlackmonGuitar
EricBlackmonGuitar 12 أيام قبل
I have to give it to you Marques. You are a very smart man.
girlsdrinkfeck
girlsdrinkfeck 11 أيام قبل
@Az21 I never mentioned me being modest try again
Az21
Az21 11 أيام قبل
@girlsdrinkfeck You're not being modest though. You're turning a simple compliment into a divisive political argument.
Cypher
Cypher 12 أيام قبل
He was smart before you gave it to him
Volt HD
Volt HD 12 أيام قبل
@Jyuzou I mean he has the right to sue those companies who broke the consumer rights as they fooled their customers in making false claims, but he stuck to the safer side just in case ...
Volt HD
Volt HD 12 أيام قبل
@Jyuzou He's playing safe/defending himself not to get banned from companies like Tesla... , who send him review units; he can't attack the companies those send him free stuff.
Michal Vician
Michal Vician 6 أيام قبل
Cathodes, 1in sensors... I wish you do this more often. Videos, where you also educate and explain how things work are way more valuable than just introducing new products. Great job 👍
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Machina Inc 4 أيام قبل
Musk has been known to “inflate” things quite a lot. Plus is always far too optimistic about release dates, not to mention many lies.
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Jacob R 2 أيام قبل
"We do 0-60 in just 5 to 10 seconds"~ Gas Car Companies Elon: " You’re loss”
just some random car guy
just some random car guy 9 أيام قبل
Good to see someone learning more and more about cars and stating facts
Linton C. Hedley
Linton C. Hedley 12 أيام قبل
Tech companies must have a 'Hate how much I Love you' kinda relationship with MKBHD . . .
The Bishop
The Bishop 12 أيام قبل
accurate.
Instagram User
Instagram User 12 أيام قبل
MKBHD is trash, My content is better!
Joe
Joe 12 أيام قبل
“No more review units for you…” s/
Ukshin Shala
Ukshin Shala 12 أيام قبل
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Tinashe TF
Tinashe TF 12 أيام قبل
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IMightBeBiased
IMightBeBiased 2 أيام قبل
Another "antiquated term lie" is DPI. Your mouse will not detect 32000 dots per inch. Instead, what's it's using is a term called "count per inch" which means that if you move your mouse 1 inch, it will detect that you moved it 32000 "counts". It's effectively harmless, but it's also a lie and inaccurate.
Being Friends
Being Friends 2 أيام قبل
The size naming convention stuff is also very present in lumber. A 2'x4' wood plank is actually 1 1/2' by 5 1/2'.... Things just stayed the same name as standards changed across the industry.
Nava da'Sky
Nava da'Sky 9 أيام قبل
Proud of people like you bro keep up the good work
Richard Deese
Richard Deese 7 أيام قبل
Thanks. I'm pretty certain most companies know that perception / image is (or at least can be) key to sales. Large companies definitely know that even just getting their names (and /or brand names) out there can affect what people buy. It's like how they fought for particular rules for the nutrition labels on food. That way, their product looks better for you than it actually might be. That's extremely close to false advertising in my opinion. How companies advertise can largely control perception - even perception of reality. If there's no one in society with as loud a voice, who teaches people otherwise, then a company can put "Zero Cholesterol" on a can of green beans, and people will 'buy' that, literally & figuratively. Companies know this. tavi.
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Tiberiu Chibici 12 أيام قبل
My biggest issue with these "lies" (even when technically they are not lying) is that they are meant to deceive, and make people think their products are better than they actually are.
J Arnold
J Arnold 7 أيام قبل
@Eisenhower303 The auto industry definitely likes to embellish. The 5 foot roll out thing for 0-60 times is an industry standard though, all 0-60 times you see account for this
Mtin
Mtin 9 أيام قبل
@Eisenhower303 they’re trying to keep the Tesla fanboys happy
Eisenhower303
Eisenhower303 10 أيام قبل
@MechaPlays Other car companies do not do this shit. Or at least they aren't constantly doing it
Rav1oliRav1oli
Rav1oliRav1oli 11 أيام قبل
Petition to add a word to the dictionary.. 'Micropulations' : The use of small deceptive statements or phrases that falsely represent a product's true specification with intent to boost sales, profit or status.
Adebisi Said
Adebisi Said 11 أيام قبل
It’s called posturing! Observe people and you’ll see it and laugh at the absurdity of human behaviour. Any setting! Lmao 🤣
Jaideep Arora
Jaideep Arora 7 أيام قبل
Thank you for making videos like these Marques. That's what makes you a true reviewer. Kudos!
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Modern Survival Sense 2 أيام قبل
The 1" sensor issue is completely arbitrary. It is a comparison to the functionality of previous technology. In this context, the 1" is nothing but a naming convention that corelates to a sensor size that performs in a certain way. You wouldn't even have a frame of reference to distinguish the capabilities of the industry standard "1inch sensor" to one physically measuring 1 inch.
boli milda
boli milda 8 أيام قبل
This was such a great vid. This is why I watch you. You're informative in ways that fascinates and intrigues. I could watch more vids on content like this.
Iain Chapman
Iain Chapman أيام قبل
"That's enough about the Tesla Roadster, let's move on to something completely different called " * reads definition of vaporware which exactly describes the Tesla Roadster *
Sam Sheffer
Sam Sheffer 12 أيام قبل
this was a fun topic for a video. my bet is first roadsters ship end of 2023 (but we all know elon time) what about cybertruck though... also, kudos to the studio graphics team
Drudley
Drudley 5 أيام قبل
@Trevor Nganga Pepsi has bough some semis as they are being delivered in Feb, iirc.
J B
J B 12 أيام قبل
@John Barber Part of Euro NCAP test is vehicle collision with a pedestrian. As far as I remember CT is build from 0.5" steel. This won't absorb any of the impact and won't deform like traditional materials. Not to mention sharp edges on the car.
Oscar Martinez
Oscar Martinez 12 أيام قبل
@Adam Wilson id bet money we don’t get cybertruck early next year either…. Funny; first to announce en ev pick up truck and last to actually produce one. Bummer though.
John Barber
John Barber 12 أيام قبل
@J B I still don't understand. What about pedestrian collision?
J B
J B 12 أيام قبل
@John Barber Pedestrian collision.
effizzybabe4u
effizzybabe4u 7 أيام قبل
I love your videos Marques but alot of what you said went over my head. I still watched till the end because a small part of me was hoping that I'd finally catch on! Keep up the good work!
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VEGANSAM 8 أيام قبل
As I watched this...& learned things I didn't know...things that really bothered me...at the end, the most prominent thought in my mind was: Thank you, Marques... I/we truly & sincerely appreciate you, your clarity, your delivery, & most of all, your integrity. Period.
superboy1661
superboy1661 3 أيام قبل
I wonder how many lies slipped thru the cracks of major product companies thru out time that maybe to this day we do not know it was a lie.
FlorianEagox
FlorianEagox 9 أيام قبل
Fantastic job Marques! Hoping this sort of call-out will influence at least part of the industry in a positive direction!
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ilhadi 9 أيام قبل
Sometimes it's just a question of the PR/marketing department oversimplifying certain tech specs, to the protest of the engineering team.
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xcalibur1011 6 أيام قبل
Thanks! Marques for your stellar concern as a tech reviewer for con$umers interested in new products and ideas.
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Keith Murakata 8 أيام قبل
Hands down the best video I have watched in months…I am so much more informed. Thank You 🙏🏽
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Max Link 2 أيام قبل
Actually I unsubscribed you a while ago, could be over year even. I don't remember exactly what the reason was I think you made like a couple videos that some corporate influenced stuff in it, but this video was really amazing and eye opening thank you for that! You've got a subscriber back!
Sam
Sam 12 أيام قبل
Another misconception: Transistors. When a company markets their product to have a new 5nm technology, 14nm, 28nm, etc… its usually a marketing tool. If you were to cross-section these chips and measure their nodes (using a high magnification electron microscope such as SEM, TEM, STEM), you would get varying results +/- 10nm. Meaning, it is possible to measure ~10-15nm for a transistor that is claimed to be 5nm,
jxmiie
jxmiie 11 أيام قبل
@Sam Yeah, thanks for the explanation. The marketing teams of companies have made this so complicated
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Malak Chakir 11 أيام قبل
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Sam
Sam 11 أيام قبل
Perhaps using 5nm FinFETs is a bad example from my original comment due to its more complex structure. However, say I had to determine that a certain chip uses CMOS architecture 45nm process. Generally, when I cross-section these, I could measure 51nm, 55nm, at its gate. And then it is up to our best judgment (based on the average measurements) to determine its process. Since no manufacturer would use the naming scheme 51nm process, the closest number we can say is 45nm process (since this is how the part was marketed).
Sam
Sam 11 أيام قبل
@Riley Nexus Yup!
Sam
Sam 11 أيام قبل
@jxmiie Yes, you are correct. The term "5nm process" is simply a naming scheme and is not a reflection of their geometry. Generally, with CMOS transistors (>28nm), you would measure its gate length to approximate the chip process (more straight forward). I would see those more often in the lab. With today's new FinFETs (3D structure), measuring its "fin" alone is insufficient. For instance, to determine a 14nm lithography process, you would measure the Fin pitch, width, and height (example: theoretically, intel's 14nm should have 42nm pitch, 8nm width, 42nm height; Samsung's 14nm should have 48nm pitch , 8nm width, 37nm height.). However, these measurements would often vary when you start measuring them (depending on which part of the chip you are looking at, manufacturer, etc.) . I guess what I'm trying to convey here is similar to MKBHD - a lot of these "names" are mere tools and is not a reflection of its actual geometry.
Andy Crowley
Andy Crowley 8 أيام قبل
I always tell my wife "it may look like 6 inches but it smells like a foot!" Sony is probably using the same hyperbole.
W M
W M 8 أيام قبل
What about Tesla calling their not-so-fully-self-driving software an FSD? I think that’s a very harmful lie.
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andmaci 7 أيام قبل
MAN this channel is getting super interesting. Great approach on the tech topic, super informative and structured. Thanks for that!
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1:04 you also have anther lie on that stage, the Tesla Trucks should also have released by now, they were also quite dodgy as they didn't include battery weight which is very important as a truck can only be of a certain weight (17 tonnes) so not saying how much of that weight is usable and how much is the truck itself was deseptive less to people buying trucks as they'd already switched off without that stat. But to the audience thinking tesla had revolutionised haulage.
Ben Altair
Ben Altair 12 أيام قبل
The way DJI literally had iconography showing a 1” diagonal measurement. Likely a misunderstanding by marketing but feels worse.
AJF
AJF 9 أيام قبل
Typical Chinese
Jesus Gonzalez
Jesus Gonzalez 11 أيام قبل
How many years did you feed us apple lies and now you THINK you can expose WHAT???
thecianinator
thecianinator 11 أيام قبل
Somebody at that company with marketing oversight definitely saw that mistake and intentionally let it pass.
Ops Blac
Ops Blac 12 أيام قبل
Sensor sizes are based on film standards, so they aren't wrong, you're just not reading it up, they give the real dimensions on sensor spec sheets. 1" sensors are still bigger than those smaller than a 1" one.
Gunnar Bjarki
Gunnar Bjarki 12 أيام قبل
yeah, that's straight up lying!
Grqfes
Grqfes 2 أيام قبل
wheel torque is more legit to me than engine torque. you arent driving on the ground with the engines are you? youre using the wheels for that. its the raw output source that matters and its everyone else using the engine torque to boost their numbers.
me
me 2 أيام قبل
Transparent Mi phones are fine, I even have a Mi 8 with that look. But misrepresenting technical specifications or product abilities should lead to fines that get expotentially larger the longer a company does it. It makes people spend money thinking they are getting AAA when they are getting B-. There should be more pushback on this.
S R
S R أيام قبل
Love all your videos and the information you give but for the first time ever I almost slept through mkbhd video at the end listening to 1 inch sensor, 1 inch sensor lullaby. P.s - still thanks a lot for that information
sokin jon
sokin jon 2 أيام قبل
polluted by the big company. Hope you keep up the good work!
Parker Floris
Parker Floris 12 أيام قبل
Good Breakdown Marques and team - nice to have an overview of all of these marketing strategies in the tech industry :))
Zylox
Zylox 12 أيام قبل
@Phone Iphone oh this…., most people don’t know, not because i am one of them but it’s true because not everyone is really into technology (or watch these videos).
BT
BT 12 أيام قبل
Not lies though are they
Carlos Armas
Carlos Armas 12 أيام قبل
No decir toda la verdad es mentir ...
Phone Iphone
Phone Iphone 12 أيام قبل
like Marques, but you do realise this “breakdown” is quite obvious facts, nothing new?!
Al B Dough
Al B Dough 12 أيام قبل
Uber and Lyft: “Be your own boss.” Facebook: “Free and always will be.” Elon Musk: “Teslas will be built on Mars in 40 years.” Saying techies lie is like saying lava is hot.
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Silver Circle Studios 9 أيام قبل
your an amazing guy, great research work! I'm impressed and thankful you care! By the way I am trying to be like your impressive heart for the job! Thanks for inspiring!
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End Qualified Immunity أيام قبل
My concern with Elon Musk's Neuralink is that it will drive resources away from existing treatments like ECT and TMS--rendering them fraudulent or unnecessary--and drive funding away from programs that improve the lives of disabled people and their loved ones.
LLP
LLP أيام قبل
You know what... Why can't we sue company that lies to us about real products?
Ga Jon H
Ga Jon H أيام قبل
Wow, I didnt know that about 1" sensors...I truly thought it was the diagonal....at worst, I thought it might be the L+W measurement. I guess I was still used to the 35mm sensor size, really being the diagonal, and the 4/3rd and Micro 4/3rds being based on the 35mm film sizing... I didn't realize that anything with the " (inch) moniker was actually not the diagonal.
Vitor Perez
Vitor Perez 11 أيام قبل
As a linguist and an English teacher, this "1-inch sensor" thing is right up my alley! Just the other day I was telling my students how "turn on" ended up becoming "switch on" because of technological advancements, from a knob, which we would turn, to a switch. And nowadays we have "power on" on our cellphones. Studying languages and how and why they've changed is just so much fun!
UTubeRangerBob
UTubeRangerBob 9 أيام قبل
TV and radio shows use to say they were 'transcribed' when they weren't broadcast live. Now we say recorded. We still commonly say that we are 'filming' when recording with digital media. Ads for televisions use to refer to the tube size, now they say picture or screen size. Most people still refer to the accelerator pedal as the gas pedal, but that will change as we make the change to electric vehicles. The '1-inch' sensor should go away as well.
Rakshith G
Rakshith G 9 أيام قبل
ok
Julia Fletcher
Julia Fletcher 9 أيام قبل
@shahriar af we still use ISO. It used to be that 100 was just a standardized film sensitivity, but now it's just the default sensitivity on a given digital camera, making it mean essentially nothing
shahriar af
shahriar af 9 أيام قبل
@Hans Industrial standards (and their related terms) get reviewed, revised, and renewed every year. I wonder why this one magically has not changed through all these years and companies insist on using the old term for a modern irrelevant product (using a term suitable for vacuum tubes when talking about digital sensors).
Hans
Hans 9 أيام قبل
But then again, the 1" sensor is based on an industry standard. So I don't see that one as a problem or even a lack of evolution. It enables anyone who knows what they are talking about to make a comparison. It's also a little bit like the megapixel race we used to have with cameras. Most people don't even know how to interpret that, all they know is that the bigger the number, the better the picture will look.
new ibas
new ibas 9 أيام قبل
Characteristics are relative, and when we specialist, hear such we definitely understand, and another thing is that mass production is difficulty as compared to single design so you can't blame companies much for the delay. The prototype can meet the high tech standard but the mass produce slights over.
LMS
LMS 9 أيام قبل
I mean the one inch thing took up a bit more of this video then needed haha but it was interesting to learn why it was called that to begin with. Didnt know the mechanics of the cameras from way back
sol
sol 8 أيام قبل
Thank you for this Absolutely great informative video 👌👍 ..Great as always ✌
CIFilter
CIFilter 3 أيام قبل
The 0-60 time measurement is literally the most worthless feature an automobile can tout. Inarguably. Never in the history of consumer vehicular operation has that capability been needed.
Tunnel Rat
Tunnel Rat 3 أيام قبل
It's almost like they use it sound cool and sell vehicles to idiots.
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G CNTech 12 أيام قبل
The competition is so aggressive that the CEOs, the companies and the marketing dpts are exaggerating in crazy levels. Phone cameras is the biggest example. There are tons of cases not only in tech stuff. More interesting will be when they actually say the truth!
HenryViii Fake
HenryViii Fake 12 أيام قبل
At least the camera will still take photos. Most of the stuff that comes out of Elon's mouth is 🧢.
samhel6
samhel6 12 أيام قبل
Hope more bloggers talk about this! In every category possible’ ! Even music now days is so fake and exaggerated.. all electronics as this video mentions
mrED
mrED 12 أيام قبل
@Sophie Edel keep in mind Elon isn't tesla, he was just the presenter then. Also as the video stated they didn't lie about it, if your entertained enough to complain about it you'd read the fine print that most really don't care about.
Aryan S
Aryan S 12 أيام قبل
@Sophie Edel and Porsche is owned by VG, the same group that lied about their emissions lmao
Aryan S
Aryan S 12 أيام قبل
@Sophie Edel Tesla still better
Nonius9
Nonius9 3 أيام قبل
Another example: when some smartphone brands increases the amount of RAM (as selling point) but disable by software that extra RAM to avoid battery drain, while still claiming they offer ‘more’ RAM. They are selling a RAM that is impossible to use. Another lie: we always are looking for something to buy. Another one: the legitimate interest on cookies policy is legit But the best lie was: “we do not spy on you or listen you conversations “
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This is definitely my favorite video of yours. Because of the drag strip animation, frankly.
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camera, and met everything I wanted, I do feel deceived. I am really enjoying these different videos you're putting out, very informative and interesting content!
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RER 8 أيام قبل
MKB - I love your work, I really do, but ... OK, I know the roadster hype is near and dear to your heart, so I am not mad about you exposing the hype as basically a lie, but there on the same stage you showed was the Tesla Semi. That is a vaporware product. It is not mathematically or economically viable. To be clear, if the opportunity arose, I could ignore the Musklies(TM) and be a happy owner of the new roadster, but the Tesla Semi is sheer child-minded idiocy. It is a better example of vaporware than anything you produced. Also, just a side note: as contorted as sensor measurements are - please keep in mind that legacy units like inch and mile are exactly as crappy on the same basis. The metric system is has a few issues, but every other system is complete crap. It is really strange to complain about anything measured in inches, it is already arcane and imprecise just being in inches. I understand it is easier to just use what everyone else is using, but really that's a lame excuse.
Alberto Smith
Alberto Smith 12 أيام قبل
As a Donut Media🍩fan, I’m extremely happy to hear your recognition ! They’re great!
Sam B
Sam B 12 أيام قبل
COLLAB!!!
i103772
i103772 12 أيام قبل
More like shout out..than calling them out. 🐽
BasilicTrone42
BasilicTrone42 12 أيام قبل
@Pranav Kulkarni hrsprs
Volt HD
Volt HD 12 أيام قبل
I just a Doughnut fan! 🍩🍩🍩
AxelOde
AxelOde 12 أيام قبل
Those guys are awesome
Ze G
Ze G 9 أيام قبل
I think it's pretty legit to report wheel tourque. I mean in the end this is what the user cares about
Егор Ушаков
Егор Ушаков 6 أيام قبل
I m so happy to find this tutorial. It's working for me. Thank you for sharing
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Thanks for watching ☝️ DM You just won ☝️ inbox for your gift tips 🎉🎉🎁
Prabhakar Rao
Prabhakar Rao 9 أيام قبل
Very enlightening Marques. Thanks for another fantastic and highly informative insight.
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Shamic Entertainment
Shamic Entertainment 8 أيام قبل
Wow, that 1 inch sensor thing blew my mind
Jalal Hosseini
Jalal Hosseini 12 أيام قبل
The sensor size measurement is exactly similar to how we still use "horsepower" as a unit for measuring power. As new technology/devices comes out, we still need a way to compare it to existing one. The problem is that after a while those old techs are not relevant anymore.
Xenon0000000000001
Xenon0000000000001 10 أيام قبل
@Joshua Kerekes There's actually a metric horsepower called PS, from the German word Pferdestärke meaning horsepower.
Jesus Gonzalez
Jesus Gonzalez 11 أيام قبل
How many years did you feed us apple lies and now you THINK you can expose WHAT???
The Void
The Void 12 أيام قبل
@Timothy Clark lmao, stop corporate pleasing mate
Caleb Harris
Caleb Harris 12 أيام قبل
@Timothy Clark he didn’t call it a lie. He even posed the question, “ how do you feel? Lie or not” he’s just showing the false narrative of the 1 inch measurement. Open your ears more
Graham Nelson
Graham Nelson 12 أيام قبل
@Anankin12 You just described HP, which is a function of torque and RPM. HP = (Torque x RPM)/5252
bumweaselsr
bumweaselsr 8 أيام قبل
Such a wonderful video, clear and concise and taught me something new, the way I like it. Most sites talk about things that I already know about so nothing new. I just subscribed to this site because I was taught something new (1.0 type sensor). Well done sir.
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Caleb Reed
Caleb Reed 2 أيام قبل
Incredibly in-depth insightful vid! Thanks for posting M💯🙏🏽
Parasec Glenkwyst
Parasec Glenkwyst 6 أيام قبل
Actually i did know 1" sensors are not 1", vbecause i wanted to compare it to my APS-C and got kinda confused when i checked the measurements
Daniel F
Daniel F 8 أيام قبل
Damn you’re good in explaining hard stuff! 👍🏻
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snakexpert552
snakexpert552 12 أيام قبل
The most popular one is always "12 hour battery life" or some general statement as if you're experience with that device is going to be the one you claim. But that "12 hour" calculation is made with a ton of asterisks that aren't how normal people use their phone
‌‍downtownswifty
‌‍downtownswifty 12 أيام قبل
@BeActive Behappy you have a magic phone fr. I also heavy use on my Iphone 13 and done in 7-8hours
Sabersz
Sabersz 12 أيام قبل
@Prabh Saini I personally still consider 1080p to be AMAZING on phones. 720p looks grainy and I've honestly not been around a 1440p / 2160p screen long enough to tell the difference. It matters if you're looking at, say, a TV. I'm sat in front of my 32in 1080p TV right now playing on my racing simulator and I can see individual pixels. Quite big actually lol
Prabh Saini
Prabh Saini 12 أيام قبل
@PatalJunior ive never understood why resolution matters on phones, shouldn’t phone resolution be measured in ppi? i mean if you cant see the pixels, why go further?
Mike Harrison
Mike Harrison 12 أيام قبل
The asterisk says "under normal use" so you can trust it will be the same /s
Sabersz
Sabersz 12 أيام قبل
@BeActive Behappy give it a year your battery will shrink down to barely a day.
Imran Sheikh
Imran Sheikh 6 أيام قبل
Totally right on video (as always). My only nitpick would be that, in fairness, concept cars *in general* are never meant to be production cars, for any car manufacturer, not just the 2-3 examples you showed. Not that these big corporations need me defending them, just saying.
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Edward Richards
Edward Richards 9 أيام قبل
Great video! Shining light into several examples of pretty much misleading advertising
Steven Hurdle
Steven Hurdle 9 أيام قبل
A long-lasting tech company “lie” is in storage being sold in units of 1000 instead of 1024, which adds up as you go into larger and larger amounts of storage. A 1 TB drive is typically 1000 GB, not 1024 GB as would be the typical definition. And if they’d lied all the way down the line (1 TB = only 1000 GB, 1 GB = only 1000 MB, 1 MB = only 1000 KB, and 1 KB = only 1000 bytes), then it REALLY adds up. This is additionally confusing because, to the best of my knowledge, RAM *is* sold in the correct 1024 increments.
Steven Hurdle
Steven Hurdle 3 أيام قبل
@zoltan87 Yeah. And that's just the total capacity of the drive. Then you get into total vs. formatted capacity, as some is lost in inefficiencies in how the file system stores data. But fair enough about formatted capacity being less, that's not the drive manufacturer's fault. The drive manufacturer using 1000 as their base instead of the classic definition of 1024, though, that's enough of a lie that I'm surprised that it didn't make it into this video!
zoltan87
zoltan87 3 أيام قبل
Wow I knew about this discrepancy between advertised and actual storage size, but I had no idea what was the cause of it. Fascinating.
Nathan Lara
Nathan Lara أيام قبل
Why do we just accept being lied to and manipulated.
Syamak Castle
Syamak Castle 12 أيام قبل
Challenge: take a shot every time Marques says “1-inch sensor”.
thomas mroz
thomas mroz 12 أيام قبل
@Busaio me too!
HulluJanne
HulluJanne 12 أيام قبل
@Andrew Williams I admire your will and ability to type regardless.
Gepstra
Gepstra 12 أيام قبل
No.
MOMEE
MOMEE 12 أيام قبل
Take a drink
Andrew Williams
Andrew Williams 12 أيام قبل
i tried im going to the hospital
The Capital R
The Capital R 6 أيام قبل
Genuinely love your videos, M! ❤️
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kaslife001
kaslife001 9 أيام قبل
I thank you so much for your intelligent insight into the tech world. You keep amazing me brother keep up the great work.
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Bookman 72
Bookman 72 7 أيام قبل
This is like Motion Rate and Refresh Rate. Companies can get away with crap like this because there is no one holding them to a specific standard and most consumers are too lazy to figure it out.
James Davenport
James Davenport 9 أيام قبل
Of course they want you to think it's a 1" diagonal sensor. Like at 11:20 with DJI, their little marketing clipart even shows the 1" in a diagonal box normally used for indicating screen size.
Jason Benjamen Allen
Jason Benjamen Allen 12 أيام قبل
Would be interesting to have a "when companies tell us the truth" video...
frederickfarrell
frederickfarrell 12 أيام قبل
@Marques Brownlee why you lie to us tho? 7:40
Nahome Tesfay
Nahome Tesfay 12 أيام قبل
@Marques Brownlee just tryna keep you ahead of the curve
Instagram User
Instagram User 12 أيام قبل
MKBHD is trash, My content is better!!
Constantine Mutuku Philip
Constantine Mutuku Philip 12 أيام قبل
Dennis you're right for Sony
Dennis
Dennis 12 أيام قبل
I think Sony did that. Their marketing material are more technical. Correct me if i'm wrong
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