The authors of the “review” are used to writing about smartphones and laptops, so the review style is appropriate.
In 2015, the technology publication The Verge launched the ironic Review of Animals column, where editors reviewed animals instead of gadgets. Journalists took some characteristics from typical smartphone reviews: for example, cats were recorded as “excellent vision” plus dogs were criticized for spending a lot of money on them.
Four years later, The Verge editor Vlad Savov (in the heading of the publication he praised the hens) went further and tweeted a brief overview on the human body. The criteria from phone reviews went again: built-in Face-ID (vision and memory), long recharging (need to sleep) and the requirement to constantly use the “cover” (to walk in clothes).
Tech review of the human body:— Vlad Savov (@vladsavov) April 30, 2019
+ Liquid cooling.
+ Built-in face ID.
+ Highly entertaining.
+ Self-healing skin.
+ Gets better the more you use it.
– Long recharge times.
– You absolutely have to put a case on it.
– Leaks easily.
– Intelligence still needs more work.
Review on the human body. Pros: liquid cooling system, built-in Face ID, enough entertainment, self-healing skin, the more you use it, the better it becomes. Cons: long recharging, you need to constantly carry in a case, it breaks easily, you still need to work on your intellect. 7.5 points out of 10.
A well-known video blogger Marquez Brownlee joined Savov, who added a review with his points.
+ Constant firmware updates— Marques Brownlee (@MKBHD) April 30, 2019
+ Excellent dual cameras
– Memory leaks common
– Low peak operating temperature https://t.co/XRcmDtA8Ty
Pros: constant firmware updates, great dual camera. Cons: permanent memory leaks, low peak operating temperature
Under both tweets formed threads, where users offered their points for reviews. There were noted and the usual commentators, and other tehnoblogery.
IPXX water resistant.
Optical Image Stabilisation
Good Accessory Support— James (@jimmy_sutts) April 30, 2019Advertisement
More water resistance, optical stabilization and a good selection of accessories
With incredibly fast exposure adjustment and autofocus— Marques Brownlee (@MKBHD) April 30, 2019
[In response to a tweet about superior optical stabilization] also with incredibly fast exposure control and autofocus
Takes 8 hours to fully charge— Viarama (@Viarama_vr) April 30, 2019
It takes eight hours to fully charge
Needs recharging every night – older models will only last until the early afternoon before going flat.— Alex Summerfield (@AlexSmmrfld) April 30, 2019
And you need to recharge every night. The older the model, the less it will hold “charge”
The cameras degrade over time though…— Chris Lowles (@chrishadfun) April 30, 2019
Cameras degrade over time …
Doesn’t have a headphone jack tho— Prathu Rathore (@PrathuRathore) April 30, 2019
No mini headphone jack
2 Ports ????— Kartikey Sankhdher (@_KartikeyS_) April 30, 2019
Depends on model.— ᴇᴜʀᴏ????ғʀɪᴄᴀɴ (@mdeva) April 30, 2019
Depends on model
Performance varies per user— Tushar Mahajan (@route2tushar) April 30, 2019
Performance is different for different users.
– May not pass @ZacksJerryRig ‘s “bend test”— Das (@Das_is_me) April 30, 2019
Can not pass the “bend test” from JerryRigEverything
+ Can Quick charge with stimulants— bharat : sharma (@boynamedbharat) April 30, 2019
– Not resistant to malware (physical/emotional)
Plus: there is a fast recharge with stimulants. Minus: no protection against malicious programs (physical and emotional)
Comes with malware from manufacturer. Limited warranty.— WizMelavin (@Melavin) April 30, 2019
Comes with malicious software from the manufacturer. Limited warranty