In regards to comments regarding making the V mainstream. Eve has had huge demand even though their design is over half a year old currently. There is a massive waiting list compiled waiting for notification of when the webstore is going to open up. So I don’t feel there is an issue in that department.
I don’t feel that you understand when trying to make a proposition that one concise reason is more powerful than many. You argue that 1) you have a use case 2) others will have a use case 3) that the company can’t succeed without going in this direction 4) it should be a limited edition run 5) it’s reasonable to implement 6) you’d pay 1000usd more than an i7 and finally 7) you have just stated that these devices would cost 3300-3600usd per unit.
Points 3 and 4 clash as one says you understand only few will want or need it, and the other says that without moving in this direction eve can’t inevitably succeed. Which is it? Point 5 is clearly not in line with what eve has been able to implement to date so I don’t know why you feel it’s relevant in this discussion.
And do I need to outline why points 6 and 7 don’t gel well together? The price you were willing to pay has just more than doubled with what you’ve put in the very title of this thread.
We’ve all read your post and your points. No not all of us are experts, we don’t claim to be. However akin to your posts regarding eve wearable technology I don’t know where you pull some of this supposed intel from. @TheDestiny has cited proofs while you’ve just made statements without any backup.
That is also what you did when propositioning wearable technology. You have an idea that you claim other companies can’t implement but that you do not wish to implement yourself even though you know it’ll work. Your actions and your words are at sharp contradiction, and in this instance your own words contradict with themselves.
Edit: and now you feel it should be a full production run as big as the hyper early birds and early birds combined. Your whole view is ramping up with every post.