Can we all agree that the most un-/fa/ thing 2015 is brands?
You shouldn't want the brand on anything from your clothes to your fucking laptop or coffee maker to show.
Apple-fags are so 2010
I'd rather associate with nerds than pumpkin spiced basic bitches. iphones may as well come with a pair of PINK sweatpants for free. Unless you are actually using the fact that it's actually Unix you're an idiot who couldn't figure out a real computer.
>"ah ill buy this product because Apple
>"ah ill buy this product because no branding
>"x associates with A, im going to buy y instead because it associates with B
you follow the same logic as any other sheep consumer op
>tfw have to use a mac for work
>tfw get a free macbook air upon being hired
it's a mixed feel. basically all i do is edit text but they insist on me having a mac laptop and my desktop in my office is a mac too
I don't know about the MOST un-/fa/, and I don't know about 2015 specifically, but prominent branding is cringe-worthy as fuck. Think about what conspicuous branding associates with its owner:
LV / Gucci / Chanel-covered: ghetto queen, Asian beta, etc.
Phone case with hole cut out to show Apple logo: teenage girl
Giant pony logo on polo chest: inner-city high school
/fa/ brands are identified by their style and subtle details, not by a big fucking crest.
How effay is the 1st gen Moto X? I love this phone and honestly have no plans to upgrade, which is weird because I'm usually a huge techtard.
Functionality in a sleek design is always effay.
Why not get the 2nd gen though? I'm just curious, it is what I would grab if my Nexus 5 killed over on me. (Nexus 6 is too damn big fuck you Google)
The 4.7" screen is the perfect size for my manlet hands honestly. I got the 1st gen in November of 2013 and my only real complaint is the camera when it is not in optimal lighting. Otherwise 10/10 for me. No need to upgrade to the 2014 model. I wish I could have gone to motomaker route with mine but it probably would have ended up all black anways.
Valve Eyepatches are so fucking shitting looking now. Try finding something that matches with them, I fucking dare you
Is a Lenovo Thinkpad /fa/?
also >choosing technology based on how fashionable it is is ridiculous.
Idiot, Apple has always been extremely minimal in branding, trying to avoid it as much as possible.
Look at the Pro, no brand names anywhere and the Apple logo on the back is actually a piece of translucent plastic that doubles as the wifi/bluetooth antenna since aluminium doesn't allow for transmission of radio signals.
Apple products are no longer /fa/; give it up. They were a frontrunner for minimal branding and aesthetics for electronics, but they're not original anymore and they cannot come up with anything relatively original except for their own past designs. Probably under the fear that if they changed anything drastically, they would lose their user base, which now ranges from pre-teens to senior citizens.
The most /fa/ laptop on the market right now is the Lenovo X1 Carbon. Last generation did away with the F-keys and replaced them with a multimedia touchscreen (adaptive keyboard), but it was shit for functionality, so they did away with it and newest gen has the physical keys back.
Most /fa/ cell phone on the market right is the OnePlus One. Screen isn't too big, under 9mm thickness, runs completely customizable Android OS. Find me something more simplistic, sleeker and functionality is almost limitless.
Wasn't really an issue on the X1, like the PC you're replying to.