UK tech fans speak out on 4G, Android and the next iPhone
We travel to the Gadget Show Live in Birmingham to see what British fans think about the hottest topics in tech.
What do the magnificent British populace have to say on the most exciting happenings in tech? Click play on the video above to hear UK tech fans speak out on all things gadget-related, fromto the .
Donning our winter cloaks we bravely boarded the Virgin Pendolino and voyaged north to the Birmingham NEC -- home of the Gadget Show Live, and congregation point for the nation's tech enthusiasts.
We asked the assembled crowds what they reckoned to the introduction of 4G, whether EE'sare too much for a wallet to bear, or whether it's worth paying more for faster speeds.
We also wanted to know whether British tech fans favoured Android's customisable, easy-to-use interface.or Apple -- probably the biggest spiritual divide currently facing our silicon-coated community. Answers varied, with some fans praising the simplicity and familiarity of Apple's , and others enthusing over
On the subject of Apple's, responses ranged from cautious interest to ready dismissal. When asked about the next iPhone, some attendees wanted a bigger screen, while others lusted for more exotic features such as waterproof casing or a -esque built-in projector. Oh, and holograms too. Hear that Apple? We want holograms, already.
Opinions remain divided, then, but one thing's for sure -- we are a nation of collectively inspired gadgeteers. Happy shopping folks, and keep those cracking opinions and ideas flowing.
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