When and When not to post a hardware or accessory review

Hardware & Accessories

Hello everyone.
I wanted to ask you guys what you thought about when and when not to post a hardware or an accessory review of something. I got a device about a week ago I have really fallen in love with. I don't know how many of you have read or even pay attention to any of the reviews I've written in the past, but I feel that I should not be writing any kind of review until any bugs have been ironed out. The whole issue with this device is, now it works smoothly on my computer and iPhone with no issues whatsoever, but setup using Voice-over was not possible. I had to use a Braille display, which I know not everyone here has, but I have of course reached out to the development team and they have assured me there will be a firmware update addressing this issue. Is it OK to write a review and stipulate at this time that setup is a little weird or is it better to wait until the Voice-over feature is fixed before talking about it? What are your thoughts?



Submitted by TJT 2001 on Wednesday, March 28, 2018

If you like it and if you think others would, I suggest writing a review of it. Your last review of the Sennheiser headphones got several comments, so clearly some people must be interested in it.

Submitted by sockhopsinger on Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Write the review, and if you know that the issue gets fixed, go back and update it.

Submitted by HoldenM on Wednesday, March 28, 2018

I went ahead and wrote the review. I have no doubt that the people with that company will do right by us. Go check it out if you're at all interested.