When Tech Companies Lie to Us...

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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  • 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 👌

    MrwhosethebossMrwhosetheboss5 أيام قبل
    • Sound like you drank your hateraid today.

      Nicholas MendozaNicholas Mendoza7 ساعات قبل
    • As Tesla owner , I charge at home . I save indirectly $150-200/mo on gas plus I have an energy saving program if I charge non pick hour’s connEd send me back on PayPal half of my bill. That’s $60-90 a mo. Extra. For two years I didn’t change oil or any other ICE procedures. It just drives. If you charge at home saving are real.

      Maksym DomarevMaksym Domarev20 ساعات قبل
    • That is the honest truth Arun, I totally agree

      BoxerboytechBoxerboytech22 ساعات قبل
    • Okay I'm sorry but another thing. Misleading audience with obscure titles/thumbnails. Sorry but 99% of your videos look like click bait and are titled very misleading. You have some good content but there are some videos with obscure titles and thumbnails that make it look like some scam or something/idk. I understand it is how it gets our attention, but it can also very much push us away.

      Jose Bobadilla-OrtizJose Bobadilla-Ortizأيام قبل
    • @GURURAJ BILAGI 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

      Abhijeet BondeAbhijeet Bondeأيام قبل
  • My favorite is Tesla's "Potential Savings" default price for their cars which includes "potential incentives and gas savings of $4,300" 😅

    Andy SlyeAndy Slyeأيام 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.

      Mitch JamesMitch James41 دقائق 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.

      Jorge ChavezJorge Chavez14 ساعات 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!

      Mini SurfMini Surf16 ساعات 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.

      paladain55paladain5519 ساعات قبل
    • @paladain55 I'm glad that you're one of few exceptions that have had a good experience with a hybrid.

      Jorge ChavezJorge Chavezأيام قبل
  • "Here's how that would line up against some of the fastest cars ever made:"...literally the first car on the list: PRIUS

    Consumer Tech ReviewConsumer Tech Review18 ساعات قبل
    • 3:52 😂

      Matt PopovichMatt Popovich8 ساعات 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.

    Adam RossAdam Ross2 أيام قبل
    • @Kerim Can the misleading part was never bits vs bytes the problem is MiB vs MB. The first one is a power of 10, while the latter a power of two.

      ALTUSALTUS3 ساعات قبل
    • "bits" should have never been a thing to advertise, it's just 1/8th of a byte, and yet, greed... it's another unnecessary math work for everyone

      Kerim CanKerim Can4 ساعات قبل
    • I just thought about it, the lense are usually circular so maybe the lenses have 1 inch at some point (right before the sensor) to be able to use the entire sensor without having a fisheye effect happen.

      Alexandru IleaAlexandru Ileaأيام قبل
    • @metaltyphoon Good to know, I don't fault you for that assumption though, I probably would've guessed similarly. Take care.

      blubluأيام قبل
    • @blu after looking again it seems you are correct and I’m wrong. Good catch

      metaltyphoonmetaltyphoonأيام قبل
  • Thank you for being a massive AR-toor 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.

    EidiEidiأيام 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

    AfrotechmodsAfrotechmods5 أيام قبل
    • Don't forget the Tesla Truck...

      RobertRobert15 ساعات 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.

      Kuban PKuban P18 ساعات 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.

      JyuzouJyuzouأيام قبل
    • @Jyuzou GM delivered 26 EV's in Q4 2021, yeah other automakers are doing fine. Biden said GM led it must be true 😂😂

      Bellissima2kBellissima2kأيام قبل
    • @Alec Lewis Tesla's upcoming 4680 batteries are designed in house. They do currently have a partnership with Panasonic at Giga Nevada but the manufacturing and design of those battery packs are specific to Tesla vehicles.

      Bellissima2kBellissima2kأيام 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?

    Error404Error404أيام قبل
    • No, because if we're talking of industry standards, digital cameras should be compared to film cameras, and a 35mm film camera uses film which is 35mm. Period. So saying 1" makes it seem it's around the same size as those old films, when actually it would be laughably small as a film.

      bigglyguybigglyguy19 دقائق قبل
    • This

      megalexantrosmegalexantros11 ساعات 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.

    PioneerBluePioneerBlueأيام قبل
  • Elon is the king of vaporware, I never believe his announcements until they’re fully released - they’re rarely the same

    Jonathan ArmstrongJonathan Armstrong2 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.

      M BM B14 ساعات قبل
    • What's ridiculous is that he'll actually start taking down-payments for his vaporware BS

      zack buddezack buddeأيام 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.

    James BeerJames Beerأيام قبل
  • I petition camera sensors should have a naming scheme like TV’s. Maybe mm diagonal? Super easy and straightforward.

    AuthenTech - Ben SchmankeAuthenTech - Ben Schmanke5 أيام قبل
    • @Chrysostomos Karaliolios op has pop pppya

      Ren RenRen Renأيام قبل
    • @Peter ⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻ That's because 4k refers to the width not the height of the image. A 4k video is 3840 pixels wide, so basically 4000.

      Blockbuster2033Blockbuster2033أيام قبل
    • @HiddenArmy Please check sentence structure before posting. I am confused by your statement / question.

      William SandersWilliam Sanders2 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.

      NGC1433NGC14332 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!

      Just SteveJust Steve3 أيام قبل
  • This is so interesting to me. I would love to see you guys produce a video on bulletproof tech. I have x box game controllers that get used but are still solid af, I have a macbook that feels brand new after years of use. at the same time I have a broken glass apple tv remote (garbage). crappy Kindles, Sucky Cars, kitchen appliances, and there is not a single printer ever created worth its price, they all suck, its not the moving parts because the best tech have moving parts, its not made in china, my macbook was made in china, I think it an extension of companies just lying to its customers. This is why I am afraid to buy high end equipment.

    Brian BradyBrian Brady3 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.

    Joe FletcherJoe Fletcherأيام قبل
  • Having an actual diagram on the website with the 1-inch measurement is pretty damn deceptive though. Great job as always Marques, props for calling out Tesla (in a fair and unbiased way I might add) even though you are friends, or have a working relationship at least, with Elon. This is why you have everyone's respect and are on the big dollars my friend. (I realise this comment is going to get buried but whatever)

    Cyba ITCyba IT2 أيام قبل
  • This reminds me of silicon wafer processes. The “5nm process” of latest-gen cpus (eg M1 max) use transistors that are actually around 20-30nm large. The “5nm” is simply a marketing label, which really pisses me off.

    MrShmazooMrShmazoo3 أيام قبل
    • Ummm what

      CälabreseCälabreseأيام قبل
    • The 5nm refeers to the smallest lenght of channel which the process can manufacture the transistors. Transistors have a lot of variables when modeling their behaviour, but the one which the designer have total control is the aspect ratio of the transistors, which is obtained from the dimensions of the component. The dimensions of a transistor is expressed in terms of the Width (W) and the Lenght (L) of the channel. So a 5nm process can manufacture transistors which have at least 5nm of channel lenght.

      JoaoVitorCDJoaoVitorCDأيام قبل
    • Wait what

      Bobby PhamBobby Phamأيام قبل
    • 5nm refers to the process, not the size of the transistors, the process still meant smaller transistors. Often its less to do with marketing, more to do with the consumer being unfamiliar with the actual technicality of it. I wouldn't sweat it, alot of people pretend they know about Spec Ops from playing COD.

      Ops BlacOps Blac2 أيام قبل
    • As far as I know, the Xnm manufacturing process has never measured the size of the actual transistors, but the distance between the lines. In other words, the distance between the "cables", the connections between transistors. The smaller the distance, the more they can pack together and the less energy they’ll consume. The problem reducing that distance has been always avoiding electrons jumping from one line to the other. But consumer computer world is full of BS marketing around it. I’ve worked around computers for many years and almost everything, from GHz to manufacturing process is much less relevant than many other hidden things, like number of real cores, extensions, internal L1 and L2 caches, and other things. And I don’t want to start talking about gaming stuff and "military grade" motherboards LOL

      AlmarmaAlmarma2 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.

    Sommer75Sommer755 أيام قبل
    • @Sai Sriram lmaooo

      megalexantrosmegalexantros11 ساعات قبل
    • If you went to 5 different photography schools and have 10 years of experience in the subject, then at what point do you start blaming yourself for just not caring enough to make research and discover something you didn't know?

      megalexantrosmegalexantros11 ساعات قبل
    • Also, check with those schools mate... Maybe a refund??? ;)

      SidSidأيام قبل
    • I don’t know why you guys go to school for photography. there’s tons of school on AR-too. Learn free

      Pramod BhattaraiPramod Bhattaraiأيام قبل
    • A “1 inch” sensor seems resonable to me because it’s the name of it. But they should clearify that the measurement is not 1 inch. And only call it that in name not as a measurement.

      David JohanssonDavid Johanssonأيام 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…

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  • 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.

    Richard DeeseRichard Deese19 ساعات 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.

    boli mildaboli mildaأيام 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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  • Really interesting. Always wondered about the electric car torque numbers. Well done!

    Blacktail StudioBlacktail Studio4 أيام قبل
    • Nice to see you here!

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    • @God Slayer Always funny when Tesla fanboys have to also mention they own a Tesla and how great they are. Just can`t leave a simple comment huh?

      MikeMike2 أيام قبل
    • what were you wondering? how else could a close to 5000# car go to 60 in less than 2 seconds? and a ultra low 9sec quarter... I have a Model S Plaid and I feel if ANYTHING Tesla undersold the car's capabilities.

      God SlayerGod Slayer2 أيام قبل
    • I'd be more interested in "immobilization grant program" which shuts off all our vehicles. It's bizarre that everyone keeps endorsing pure electric vehicles without knowing the full consequences.

      pulloutsangepulloutsange2 أيام قبل
    • @Muriël Veneman reminds me of that SNL skit of the car powered by AAs

      PlasmicPlasmic2 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 HurdleSteven Hurdle2 أيام قبل
  • Thank you for making videos like these Marques. That's what makes you a true reviewer. Kudos!

    Jaideep AroraJaideep Arora20 ساعات قبل
  • Combustion vehicles have something called transmission that multiply torque and reduce angular speed in output. Tesla Roadster should still have 1 Gear ratios that puts out 10,000Nm but if you do some math considering the first gear ratios in a CV, you will figure out that 10,000Nm is not a really big number or at least not something out of this world. Still love the Roadster vibe

    Gianluca AngelettiGianluca Angeletti15 ساعات قبل
  • The 1” sensor refers to the similar “look” all such imagers have, particularly depth of field due to the larger ability to capture larger overlaps of the circles of confusion.

    Cody CharfaurosCody Charfauros2 أيام قبل
  • Love the 1-inch sensor backstory explanation!

    marsgizmomarsgizmo5 أيام قبل
    • @Eadrian Basila why would you ask someone that

      Dominic StockerDominic Stocker5 أيام قبل
    • Just like when you ask a guy about “his size”. There’s always this +- value you need to account for lol.

      Eadrian BasilaEadrian Basila5 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.

      tjtj5 أيام قبل
    • Yeah that was really interesting!

      rystaldevrystaldev5 أيام قبل
    • @Ananaskopf I'm measuring everyday for my job with inches and it's stupid. I'm with you on this!

      Charles HydeCharles Hyde5 أيام قبل
  • Here's another fun one, 1 actual horse = 15 horsepower so when an automaker says "the power of 400 horses" they want you to think that's 400hp but in reality it would be closer to 6,000hp!

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  • Thanks for making videos like this. More people needed to question and not just accept what they are told.

    Shaanan WalshShaanan Walsh2 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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  • Finally, someone is actually talking about the "1 inch sensor". People thought I was crazy.

    Hugo WalkerHugo Walker2 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.

    Tiberiu ChibiciTiberiu Chibici5 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

      J ArnoldJ Arnold16 ساعات قبل
    • @Eisenhower303 they’re trying to keep the Tesla fanboys happy

      MtinMtin2 أيام قبل
    • @MechaPlays Other car companies do not do this shit. Or at least they aren't constantly doing it

      Eisenhower303Eisenhower3033 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.

      Rav1oliRav1oliRav1oliRav1oli4 أيام قبل
    • It’s called posturing! Observe people and you’ll see it and laugh at the absurdity of human behaviour. Any setting! Lmao 🤣

      Adebisi SaidAdebisi Said4 أيام قبل
  • Good pairing of the sensor and 0-60… Porsche was pretty clear when the Taycan came out, that they are not drag racers, but engineers, and 0-100kmh is *ZERO* to 100kmh. And not once on some random strip with whatever rollout beams and such, but every launch, every time, any consecutive times. I feel like Porsche would make the 1-inch sensor exactly 1 inch in diameter (or more likely have it in metric)

    devisionhundevisionhun3 أيام قبل
  • I want to share my personal experience with Tesla regarding this. I got delivery of a new Model Y last month and just recently discovered on my own that the front console USB-C ports are missing and that the wireless charging is not functional. After doing some googling, it appears this has been a common issue over the last few months due to the supply chain issues. My gripe is that this was never communicated to me when I picked up my new vehicle (which I paid full price for in good faith that it was a fully functioning vehicle as advertised), and I had to discover this on my own. I'm currently going through the process of getting this serviced, but am getting the run around on if I can get any sort of restitution for this (ex credit for 1000 free supercharging miles) which would go a long way to restore good faith.

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  • The ‘one inch sensor’ term reminds me of how we use horsepower nowadays to equate engine performance but not relating to actual hoses anymore

    BoW SkittlezBoW Skittlez2 أيام قبل
    • @tiedtke. Who doesn't like a wet and slippery hose?

      PocnitPocnit4 ساعات قبل
    • Yes, I remember riding those great hoses. So fun. So wet.

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  • Great video. The US and much of the globe is in need of independent product testing organizations that can cut through the marketing hype. I'm thinking of something like the Foundation Product Test (Stiftung Warentest) in Germany. Most Germans follow their ratings and it had a tremendous effect on keeping sub-par products and over-hyped products in check.

    SV650NYCSV650NYC2 أيام قبل
  • Great video! Shining light into several examples of pretty much misleading advertising

    Edward RichardsEdward Richards2 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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  • We trust and love your information man. You deserve it all. ✊

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  • 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.

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  • Tech companies must have a 'Hate how much I Love you' kinda relationship with MKBHD . . .

    Linton C. HedleyLinton C. Hedley5 أيام قبل
    • accurate.

      The BishopThe Bishop5 أيام قبل
    • MKBHD is trash, My content is better!

      Instagram UserInstagram User5 أيام قبل
    • “No more review units for you…” s/

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    • You are definetely going to be a top comment!

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    • 🤣🤣🤣 was thinking the same thing

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  • Please make a video on iMessage, and how their words ring a bit empty. Especially when the case with Epic forced them to release documents saying that IMessage is the way it safeguards " iPhone families from getting their kids android phones" according to Craig Federighi.

    Abanoub ShahidAbanoub Shahidأيام قبل
  • The best vaporware out there: Tesla's 'Enhanced Autopilot' and 'Full Self-Driving Capability'

    Georgi KirovGeorgi Kirov2 أيام قبل
    • @Akira 28 Shima Yeah, I wouldn't be investing in any Elon Musk project. At least not long term. It is such a bubble. Very uncertain. Rocket Lab much safer bet. Rimac automobili also. It is better to have people at the top who is focused, not like Elon Musk who has like what, 20 companies? Thats a wish list not a plan.

      CilpotājsCilpotājsأيام قبل
    • @imeldo marcos Mobileye is junk now, automakers are dumping them left and right going to Qualcomm and Nvidia for better and more open solutions. Tesla FSD is the most advanced system so far with tons of real world driving miles on streets that aren't pre-mapped and geo-fenced.

      Bellissima2kBellissima2kأيام قبل
    • @Cilpotājs You do better. You sound like a smart guy. I am pretty dumb, so I just invest in their stocks.

      Akira 28 ShimaAkira 28 Shimaأيام قبل
    • @Akira 28 Shima It's level 2 cruise control.

      CilpotājsCilpotājsأيام قبل
    • @God Slayer for self driving they're not light year ahead, they're a bit ahead. At the current stage they're just a bit better than a standard "Adaptive cruise control" in a luxury car. My dad has the new Tesla X and I have the BMW X5 and I've also tested a few other major car company self driving capability. I think in term of electric car they're definitely also ahead but also not light years. They can't sit on their ass all day that's for sure.

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  • Yeah, the whole "1-inch sensor" thing is definitely an egregious hangover from the past - and a lie - and it would be great if you could start referring to them by their true dimensions and gradually force the industry to reform this foolishness. I for one would appreciate it.

    Matthew HyndsMatthew Hynds3 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.

    new ibasnew ibas2 أيام قبل
  • I have to give it to you Marques. You are a very smart man.

    EricBlackmonGuitarEricBlackmonGuitar5 أيام قبل
    • @Az21 I never mentioned me being modest try again

      girlsdrinkfeckgirlsdrinkfeck4 أيام قبل
    • @girlsdrinkfeck You're not being modest though. You're turning a simple compliment into a divisive political argument.

      Az21Az214 أيام قبل
    • He was smart before you gave it to him

      CypherCypher4 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 HDVolt HD4 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.

      Volt HDVolt HD4 أيام قبل
  • Part of the problem, and I know I've seen it in my own industry, R&D comes up with something good and useful with a goal to make it do "X, Y and Z". Then the sales team takes it to market purporting that it will do all those things, but the bugs haven't quite been worked out or whatever the case, and you're left with a product that my do "Y and Z" but just can't quite do "X" very well. Happens all the time. Marketing goals are simply not the same as R&D reality.

    Mike MartinMike Martin2 أيام قبل
  • Another lie from tech companies that seems to fly under the radar is the "x nm" process for silicon dies. It often fools tech reviewers enough to state that one chip is better because it uses a 5nm node size rather than the 7nm node size of another chip. The node size has absolutely zero bearing on the physical feature size of a chip, it's a version number and nothing more. What's even worse is that one company's 7nm process will be completely different than another's 10nm, the 10nm process may even be better for performance.

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  • it seems that this video was more about one lie actually, the one that really bothered MKBHD: the 1 inch sensor. :D Nonetheless, great quality content as always. :)

    Daniel C.Daniel C.14 ساعات 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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  • The way DJI literally had iconography showing a 1” diagonal measurement. Likely a misunderstanding by marketing but feels worse.

    Ben AltairBen Altair5 أيام قبل
    • Typical Chinese

      AJFAJF2 أيام قبل
    • How many years did you feed us apple lies and now you THINK you can expose WHAT???

      Jesus GonzalezJesus Gonzalez4 أيام قبل
    • Somebody at that company with marketing oversight definitely saw that mistake and intentionally let it pass.

      thecianinatorthecianinator4 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.

      Ops BlacOps Blac5 أيام قبل
    • yeah, that's straight up lying!

      Gunnar BjarkiGunnar Bjarki5 أيام قبل
  • Thank you🙇🏻👌🏽 for keeping it crisp, yet packing sooo many👍🏼 instances... *_and not being melodramatic or over the top_* in your voiceover/ narration. Please remain so. The un-AR-tooyness of the production is a *BIG* hook for me at-least.

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  • Car wow has tested the model S Plaid from a standing start to 60mph at 2.40 seconds (it seems weird to argue about 0.40 seconds ) though I suppose for accuracy it might be important to the well heeled consumer

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  • 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 it's changed is just so much fun!

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  • Thanks for the informative video.. Can you pls do a video on how the different phone companies test phone radiation? and how if any standards exist for the industry?

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  • 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.

    Jalal HosseiniJalal Hosseini5 أيام قبل
    • @Joshua Kerekes There's actually a metric horsepower called PS, from the German word Pferdestärke meaning horsepower.

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    • How many years did you feed us apple lies and now you THINK you can expose WHAT???

      Jesus GonzalezJesus Gonzalez4 أيام قبل
    • @Timothy Clark lmao, stop corporate pleasing mate

      The VoidThe Void5 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

      Caleb HarrisCaleb Harris5 أيام قبل
    • @Anankin12 You just described HP, which is a function of torque and RPM. HP = (Torque x RPM)/5252

      Graham NelsonGraham Nelson5 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.

    BuzzaB77BuzzaB77أيام 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

      J ArnoldJ Arnold16 ساعات قبل
  • Whoa! that is mind blowing, I concur add the asterisk and reference what it actually is. thank you for diving deep and making future tech kids aware, I feel this information is very important for future generations too many details can get lost, one day no one will know how to fix or make anything, then what happens when that information is lost.

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  • Sometimes it's just a question of the PR/marketing department oversimplifying certain tech specs, to the protest of the engineering team.

    ilhadiilhadi2 أيام قبل
  • Im surprised no one built a roadster on a mod3 base. We should remember, there is a difference between what can be built and what can be sold at a profit.

    Michael HeiderMichael Heider2 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,

    SamSam5 أيام قبل
    • @Sam Yeah, thanks for the explanation. The marketing teams of companies have made this so complicated

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      Malak ChakirMalak Chakir4 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).

      SamSam4 أيام قبل
    • @Riley Nexus Yup!

      SamSam4 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.

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  • As long as the laws allow it, companies will take advantages of this gaps in order to fool people and boost sales.

    TheSweetVillainTheSweetVillain2 أيام قبل
  • I like how you don’t call out companies for actual lies besides xiaomi and huawei. Gotta keep those review units coming in eh?

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  • Proud of people like you bro keep up the good work

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  • Surprised that you felt it necessary to make a video about this. It shows a)generally our society intelligence is on a major decline or b)certain people think that, generally, our society intelligence is on a major decline. Not sure which is more sad. 1-inch sensor - "not a lie, if you know what you are talking about". Isn't that true of nearly everything? Pretty easy to find out how things are measured.

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  • Hands down the best video I have watched in months…I am so much more informed. Thank You 🙏🏽

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  • 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

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  • MAN this channel is getting super interesting. Great approach on the tech topic, super informative and structured. Thanks for that!

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  • Never watched this guy before.. This is an outstanding informative video. Thank you

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  • 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

    Sam ShefferSam Sheffer5 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.

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    • @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.

      Oscar MartinezOscar Martinez5 أيام قبل
    • @J B I still don't understand. What about pedestrian collision?

      John BarberJohn Barber5 أيام قبل
    • @John Barber Pedestrian collision.

      J BJ B5 أيام قبل
    • @J B Every Tesla vehicle has had top safety scores. I don't expect the CT to be any different. What makes you think it wouldn't pass in Europe? That being said, it's my understanding that the CT will likely be US only, and that Tesla will come out with a smaller truck down the road that would work better for European roads and such.

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  • Really interesting. Always wondered about the electric car torque numbers. Well done!

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  • Thank you. this kind of information is incredibly valuable to the public

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  • that what I think about a good tech video!!!! Good job Marques and your team !!

    Alain MajorAlain Major2 أيام قبل
  • Marques, I worked for Tesla for 2 years and I can you that your level of dissapointment was felt by 1000's of customers. We were told to send emails to customers to start ordering cars with Full Self Driving in early 2017. Tesla will typically announce a new "product" everytime another one is delayed. Model Y got announced to distract from the full self driving hardware being delayed and Tesla Semi / Roadster / Cybertruck were all used as distractions for other delays. Guarantee Tesla will make another product announcement the longer Cyber truck and roadster get delayed.

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  • 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

    snakexpert552snakexpert5525 أيام قبل
    • @BeActive Behappy you have a magic phone fr. I also heavy use on my Iphone 13 and done in 7-8hours

      ‌‍downtownswifty‌‍downtownswifty5 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

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    • @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?

      Prabh SainiPrabh Saini5 أيام قبل
    • The asterisk says "under normal use" so you can trust it will be the same /s

      Mike HarrisonMike Harrison5 أيام قبل
    • @BeActive Behappy give it a year your battery will shrink down to barely a day.

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  • Thank you for this Absolutely great informative video 👌👍 ..Great as always ✌

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  • @Marques - I think you should have talked about the stated storage capacity measurements of hard drives. I do feel like we’re leaving this behind, but.. I have to say, this little lie always bugged me. I always felt like I was buying less than I paid for.

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  • I think it's pretty legit to report wheel tourque. I mean in the end this is what the user cares about

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  • There a few much larger lies when it comes to EVs. The vast majority of power plants are still running on fossil fuels. This means that you transfer the fossil fuel burn from generally (where it can diffuse) to locally burned fossil fuel. This will create HUGE smog issues around power plants. It would also take a good seven to eight times the number of power plants to produce enough power and a totally new electric grid to distribute power, AND millions of charging stations. Then you are locked into a system that limits you to 200-300 miles maximum before having to recharge for over an hour (fast charge). Most people just don't want to give up a 5-6 minute fill up for hours of waiting. Better for the environment? No, there is no infrastructure to reclame or reuse the battery technology, so dead batteries with toxic materials will be leaching out into the water supply as well. Think on that.

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  • I learned a lot from this video. The "1inch sensor" stuff especially. It's amazing and sordid, how much companies will bend and distort the truth.

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  • 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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  • First time i see mb go into geek mode... Need more like this

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  • The important thing is consistency. The 1-inch sensor is consistent at least. We should really just move over to wheel torque anyway, since there isn’t really a comparable metric to engine torque in electric cars.

    Ludwig SchmidtLudwig Schmidt3 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!

    G CNTechG CNTech5 أيام قبل
    • At least the camera will still take photos. Most of the stuff that comes out of Elon's mouth is 🧢.

      HenryViii FakeHenryViii Fake5 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

      samhel6samhel65 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.

      mrEDmrED5 أيام قبل
    • @Sophie Edel and Porsche is owned by VG, the same group that lied about their emissions lmao

      Aryan SAryan S5 أيام قبل
    • @Sophie Edel Tesla still better

      Aryan SAryan S5 أيام قبل
  • We need this. Tech police is needed asap. We've all been fooled a couple of times by tech companies

    Mickinet SystemsMickinet Systems2 أيام قبل
  • Another one that I didnt learn for a while is that a conventional speaker driver is not measured by the diameter of the cone, but by the diameter of the mounting holes. so an 8 inch speaker driver has an 8 inch mounting diameter, and is actually 7.5/7" on the cone itself.

    Astro143_Astro143_2 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

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  • I always tell my wife "it may look like 6 inches but it smells like a foot!" Sony is probably using the same hyperbole.

    Andy CrowleyAndy Crowleyأيام قبل
  • I'm in agreement that these lying tech companies should be called out when they are blatantly caught lying.

    Nicholas JefferyNicholas Jeffery4 أيام قبل
    • Just like Boeing. Yes.

      Wolfgang PreierWolfgang Preier3 أيام قبل
  • When has Tesla ever delivered anything on time and as promised?

    MarkMark14 ساعات قبل
  • I don't have a problem with things like the 1" sensor size or the 0-60 time with a roll out as long as all companies use the same metric. I remember when audio companies started using PMPO wattage numbers over RMS because PMPO was so much larger. It was shady then till people woke up about it and this wheel torque number seems like it's just a repeat of that nonsense. These companies prey on people not really knowing that there's a actual difference in the measurement and try to sneak on past with a larger number.

    Lord Carnor JaxLord Carnor Jax2 أيام قبل
  • As someone who sells TVs, I hate the misrepresentation of "Refresh rate" listen in each brand's marketing terms and totally confusing customers who are trying to compare boxes.

    JoeCoolMan24JoeCoolMan2412 ساعات قبل
  • Marques is an impressive dude. Hope he stays curious about the history of everything that captures his attention. Respect.

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  • Good Breakdown Marques and team - nice to have an overview of all of these marketing strategies in the tech industry :))

    Parker FlorisParker Floris5 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).

      ZyloxZylox5 أيام قبل
    • Not lies though are they

      BTBT5 أيام قبل
    • No decir toda la verdad es mentir ...

      Carlos ArmasCarlos Armas5 أيام قبل
    • like Marques, but you do realise this “breakdown” is quite obvious facts, nothing new?!

      Phone IphonePhone Iphone5 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.

      Al B DoughAl B Dough5 أيام قبل
  • The 0-60mph one is also very mis-leading as the industry standard is actually 0-62mph (100kph), meaning Tesla starts the clock later and stops it earlier, hence why their times look so good. Also Tesla usually do 50 launch starts and go with the best, meaning they’re almost impossible to match exactly, every other manufacturer does 50 and goes with the average, meaning there’s is quite easy to match and in many cases go even faster.

    Anthony BariekAnthony Bariek3 أيام قبل
  • Another great example of this is the "X nm process" of semiconductor manufacturing. The 5 nm wafers produced by TSMC and Samsung have nothing to do with 5 nm and the transistors are larger than what's implied by the name. These technology nodes have deviated from the physical size for so long that at this point it's essentially a made up number smaller than the previous node solely used for marketing. At least Intel will drop the "nm" part of the name and just name their process "Intel 3".

    Pär StrindevallPär Strindevall3 أيام قبل
  • What about Tesla calling their not-so-fully-self-driving software an FSD? I think that’s a very harmful lie.

    W MW Mأيام قبل
  • Good to see someone learning more and more about cars and stating facts

    just some random car guyjust some random car guy2 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!

    Vitor PerezVitor Perez4 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.

      UTubeRangerBobUTubeRangerBobأيام قبل
    • ok

      Rakshith GRakshith G2 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

      Julia FletcherJulia Fletcher2 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).

      shahriar afshahriar af2 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.

      HansHans2 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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