Improvements and upgrades come in many forms. Some are imperceptible. In technology, some are simply vaporware and an excuse to tempt you to make a purchase. Some expect you to spend money to relocate a headphone jack to the bottom of a phone. Oddly, everyone expects upgrades to be performance related, even though there are many circumstances where it is not warranted or even slightly the goal of the manufacturer. Many items are worthy of a separate product designation or “New & Improved” tag with no perceptible difference in everyday usage. There are always other factors to consider.
Hidden away in a dark part of the Modders-Inc offices is a man, no a machine, that writes reviews so epic that they have been listed in the top ten best reads by the New York Times. Well that is what we tell him otherwise we have no idea what would happen if he knew the truth.