I am getting really tired of having to read through threads 100s of posts long and go through 100s of speculation posts to get actual information about things.
A pimaxusa post here an interview youtube clip there, a sweviver video … just to get shreds of information on anything.
I am beginning to question my use of time … I should use it more productively.
If I as a backer who has a Pimax 8K and invested in Pimax finds it this hard to follow Pimax news, it is clear the general public or even general VR enthusiasts won’t have any clue.
Your whole website pimaxvr.com as of this writing doesn’t even have the word “Sword” on it.
Your “Blog” doesn’t even have an announcement about naming your controllers “Sword” or about when (2nd half of 2019) they are supposed to be available.
And also see my post about what else should have been in the “Sword” news release:
How are people even supposed to follow news from you??
By going through 100s of posts and threads everyday?
And ALL the questions people and backers have… eg. when will we get deluxe audio strap, when will we get VR frames, when will we get eye tracking, when will we get additional face covers etc etc…
Why must you leave people having to ask over and over again on the forums and maybe hope for a pimaxusa non-answer?
Why can’t you just have an webpage that you keep updated with your current best estimates of when each thing is going to come and use your Blog to update when anything changes?
I don’t recommend using Kickstarter to update anymore as Preorders will also want to know.
When will you have proper PR person to actually manage and do this stuff better? As another poster said, all this other stuff is actually possibly as important or more important than just the product. Overall it just gives a bad image that scare anyone who isn’t an “early adopter” at heart away.