Happy Saturday! Welcome to another edition of Feedback Loop! This week we're exploring obscure TV channels, the gadgets you travel with and just how much space is too much on your phone. So sit back, get comfy and get ready to talk with fellow readers.
Do you need 128GB in a phone?
With rumors circulating that the iPhone 6 will come in a 128GB model, Dave is wondering if we really need that much storage. He's currently using around 40GB in his 64GB iPhone, but still wants more room for his apps and music. Would you want a phone with this much capacity or is it kind of unnecessary?
What are your favorite weird or obscure TV channels?
Our very own Zach Honig explores the odd collection of channels bundled into your cable TV subscription; turns out we're paying for a lot useless and redundant crap. However, Kris enjoys some of the more obscure networks she receives -- in particular the rerun-heavy Cozi and the diverse action of ONE World Sports. If you have a cable plan, what obscure channels are you tuning into?
What do you keep in your bag?
Whenever I head to the office or get ready to fly, I always feel like I overpack my bag. I stuff it with what seem like essential items, but maybe some of you have ideas for how to lighten my load. Whether you travel light or like to pack your bag full of gear, head on over to share what you're rocking while on the go.
OnePlus One vs. Oppo Find 7
After being lucky enough to acquire a OnePlus One, as well as grabbing an Oppo Find 7, awsom is looking for help in figuring out which one is superior. Brad and Chris reviewed both phones already, but we're curious to know what you think. If you have either device, give awsom a hand in determining which one is the best.
Other discussions you may also like:
- Are my Cat 5 Ethernet cables pretty useless?
- What are some of your favorite tech podcasts?
- How do you backup and manage all of your valuable data?
That's all this week! Want to talk about your favorite gadget or have a burning question about technology? Register for an Engadget account today, visit the Engadget forums and start a new discussion!