kiterocky wrote: ↑
Tue Mar 06, 2018 5:34 pm
And u will buy a clock that dont know if its correct...
exuse me whats time is it?
Its 5.15 5,40 4.45...
Good clock example..
Well that clock will work perfectly for people on Caribbean islands as it will still do better than looking at sun, etc..
So yeah it will be useful for some if it's affordable enough. Not everyone needs nanosecond precision, you know..
You'd be probably surprised to know that most of expensive hand made tourbillon watches, selling for thousands $$$ have worse precision than that $5 electronic watch.. but "suckers" still buy them.
but back to your point: hand-crafted masterpieces aside, there is a correlation between price and performance. It's perfectly possible to create a height sensor with centimeter precision, but will you be willing to pay thousands of $$$ for it?
So Woo/Xensr/Piq picked the price /precision point where they thought most sales would be..
makes perfect sense to me..