Not sure which category this would belong to, but figured that off-topic would be a better place.
I haven’t posted a thread in a long time, but now that I finally have my V by my side again after a lengthy, one-year long repair (long story) and I’m slowly getting back into the community again, I have noticed that people are often confused with the naming scheme of the brand.
Our computer is officially named the Eve V, colloquially known as the V. This led to a problem - some people recognised V as the Roman number 5, thus referring to the product as Eve. The company’s name became the product.
Now, I get it, people should get to call products what they want, and I respect that and while this may not be a problem for now, as the team expands their product lines to new markets such as headphones and monitors, the branding of our products should be consistent. Referring to the website, the V is currently listed as the Eve V. When new products, possibly “Eve E” and “Eve I” (E for ear and I for “eye”… okay I’ll show myself out now) are released, said community members will get more confused as they call Eve are not referred to as the same thing. In the long run this might cause some confusion (In my opinion anyways)
I am just curious as to what the team’s strategy in addressing how products will be named and branded from here on out (including the brand or not and other things) and interested in seeing whether other members have the same concerns as me.