Even before broadband and line rental it's £61 on their website. Pretty sure HD is another £5 at least on top of that.
For the people that buy it yes, obviously :confused:
To hide the cables across 8 rooms and be able to seamlessly configure them all in various...
Fewer wires, can move them around rooms as requirements change, easy to stream to individually, flexibility in grouping them in different ways ......
Not really, buttons win every time.
The UI on mine is great, but using buttons is always a better experience - easier/more tactile to find whilst...
I’ve had a car with pure touchscreen for 14 months and I’d take real buttons any day.
Touchscreen is frustrating to use whilst moving.
True, but he's already got the Beam and assuming that stays, then the Sonos sub is the only option.
The Sub is brilliant btw. Expensive, but...
Nice. Guessing they're always on Sale now, though given it's owned by SD?
And the 7 is about the same as the 3? Or are you going back on that claim?
Have you ever sat in a 7 series? Are you really suggesting it’s the same quality as a 3!?
You’ve just given a great first hand examples of why it’s not an exaggeration.
Context is important in my response. I was (fairly obviously) talking relative to Tesla.
Either way, the quality of the Tesla product is far...
Exactly, the competition (mainly the Germans) have quality nailed. Tesla do not.
Same issue for me. Just doesn't feel as premium inside as the competition.
Nailed it. The quality issue is the biggest one for me. I remember the first time I stepped into a Model S; I was amazed at how plasticy and low...
It’s unlike you’d want to keep it all as cash.
Pay the house off then invest in stocks/property. Keep a buffer fund of no mode than about 100k...
The Midlands is the north for Londoners.
Is the Tesla ownership experience any better? From what I’ve seen with friends that have them (anecdotal, I know) is that they’re just as...
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