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10 Elegant Product Designs, Not By Apple

Apple has made elegant design its calling card, but other companies can create gorgeous things, too.
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The prestige
The Tesla Dual Motor Model S is one of the best cars you can buy right now. It's not without its limitations, but it's a brilliant piece of engineering and a beautiful, high-tech automobile. Oh, and its new Autopilot system allows the car to drive itself in certain situations.

The prestige
The Tesla Dual Motor Model S is one of the best cars you can buy right now. It's not without its limitations, but it's a brilliant piece of engineering and a beautiful, high-tech automobile. Oh, and its new Autopilot system allows the car to drive itself in certain situations.

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mak63
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10/17/2014 | 5:22:13 PM
Re: Don't call it a waffle iron
The price seems to be around $199.95 – $249.95. Most likly the cheapest price is for the 2-square and $250 for the 4-square,

Anyway, regarding the article subtitle:" Apple has made elegant design its calling card, but other companies can create gorgeous things, too". Is anyone surprise by that?

We can easily put many of the 2-in-1 laptops along with the Surface 3 Pro. Those hybrids laptops are really beautiful.
Lorna Garey
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10/17/2014 | 4:57:39 PM
Re: Don't call it a waffle iron
Me too, Charlie. One can cook many things in a waffle iron. Grilled cheese, hash browns, brownies ...
Charlie Babcock
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10/17/2014 | 3:37:57 PM
Don't call it a waffle iron
Wish you had included the price on that Breville Smart Waffle Maker. I gotta have one.
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