Virtual Reality: The Future of Stimulation

We hear the words “virtual reality” thrown around alot these days. From commercials about ostridges to your elderly neighbors saying that kids these days are socially introverted, untalented disgraces to the human race, virtual reality is a vibrant topic of discussion.

So what really is virtual reality?

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Silicon Valley is notorious for its rising tech companies. In fact, this tech “boom,” if you will, is similar to the Gold Rush of the 1840s. People from around the country and even the world rushing to this beautiful place in search of a prosperous future. Alongside the Gold Rush grew dozens of companies that catered to Forty-niners such as Levi Strauss & Co. For those who do not know, Levi Strauss was a manufacturer of jeans that were durable and comfortable for the hard-working gold miners, and he benefitted complementary to the Gold Rush itself. Today, the brand Levi’s is instantly recognizable to all Americans and even people from other countries, and it is one of the most profitable jeans-manufacturers in the world. (They even have their own football stadium for, you guessed it, the San Francisco 49ers!)

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Reviews: Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless On-Ear Headphones

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Product Breakdown

  • Presentation:                  4   out of    5
  • Innovation:                      3   out of     5
  • Usability:                          4   out of     5
  • Comfort:                           7   out of   10
  • Design:                            15   out of   15
  • Quality:                           14   out of   15
  • Value:                               18   out of   20
  • Performance:               22   out of   25
  • Total:                                87   out of 100

Design and Comfort

The Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless headphones are elegant and understated making them perfect for everyday use. I bought my first pair of Bowers & Wilkins P5 headphones over five years ago and I still have them today. I’m an audiophile by trade, but can’t bear to lug around my bulky planar-magnetic headphones to and from work. My P5s have always been great because they slip right into my backpack, and are able to take a beating.

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Reviews: Bowers & Wilkins P3 Series 2 On-Ear Headphones

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Product Breakdown

  • Presentation:                   4   out of     5
  • Innovation:                       3   out of     5
  • Usability:                           5   out of     5
  • Comfort:                            8   out of   10
  • Design:                             13   out of   15
  • Quality:                            13   out of   15
  • Value:                                18   out of   20
  • Performance:                18   out of   25
  • Total:                                 82   out of 100

Design and Comfort

The Bowers & Wilkins P3 Series 2 headphones arrived at my office neatly folded up in a plastic clamshell styled case. Made of aluminum and a durable rubber body, it feels extremely rugged for its small size. The headphones mimic the style of the popular P5 headphones, but at nearly half the size, making these headphones lighter and more portable. Although it might not be recommended, I have carried these headphones in my jacket pocket and bag without the case. The included plastic case added too much bulk and didn’t have the same high-end Bowers & Wilkins feel.

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