I love music. You love music. It’s a safe bet that pretty much everyone you know loves music. That’s how the iPod saved Apple. Music is great. According to Neil Young though, your current digital music player is junk and you should really upgrade to the Pono Music Player, for people who take their music seriously.
Everything about this is pretty pretentious so bear with me. Pono means righteous in Hawaiian. The reason why this digital music player is the one to rule them all is because it doesn’t just play MP3 files. Oh no, this triangle baby plays FLAC files. If you’ve ever run into a FLAC file then you know that your music player of choice won’t play them. Media Player on Windows won’t even touch them (VLC player will though if you’re curious). FLAC files are however as close to the original recording as you can get. Everything else is just a copy.
Which sounds awesome! For about 30 seconds until you realize that unless you’re a music major, the small loss of quality will likely be completely unnoticeable to you. Also, when was the last time you personally came across a FLAC file? On purpose? But if you are a music super fan and/or a fan of oddly shaped tech, you can preorder the Pono Music Player for $399.