I've been one of the 50 early beta testers, and have been using the camera for the last couple of weeks. They position it as "90% of a DSLR at 10% of the price", which I'm a bit on the fence about. The 4k picture quality is great, but out of the box, I had to adjust the white balance to make it look accurate. Keep in mind most software doesn't even support 4k, so it's more a future-proof feature more than anything. The biggest downsize to this product from everyone (including myself) is the $4/mo subscription fee in order to use the software. It does offer some machine learning features that other cameras don't, but it's still in beta and hard to know if it's going to be worth it. The biggest thing about this camera is that it's supposed to replicate the bokeh from a DSLR, but just like portrait mode on the iPhone, it's not that accurate depending on your hair, or how busy the background is. I posted a ton of reviews and comparisons to my Logitech and DSLR camera here - https://www.minimalgoods.co/article/opal-c1-camera-review
More clarity around the monthly subscription.
The best-designed steamer on the market, although the output is much lower than the competition.
The plastic bits near the handle slowly wore down over time, giving it a bit of a cheap look. I ended up dropping the steamer on the bathroom floor, then was unable to turn it back on.
I've never had glasses fit so well than the Baker, and the AR try-on in the app is damn near flawless.
Amazing group of guys, and the quality of the product is truly impressive. Many didn't expect the end result to match the renders, but they nailed it. My only problem with this isn't so much the board, but the ortholinear layout. It really does take a long time to get used to, and is extremely frustrating to learn. I went from 120wpm to 30wpm.
I can't think of anything on the product that needs improvement. If I were to nitpick, I would say it's a bit light compared to other boards, but that's not too big of a deal anyways.