Originally Posted by bjorke
I've also noticed a distinct lack of anti-gravity cars. Get with it, Toyota!
For someone who says "don't ask me" you seem to have a lot of specific ideas about what other people's ideas should be
Do you want the price under $400, too?
Nah, I could caugh up around $1500 - 2000 for something like that (but then again if that would be the case, it probably would be cheaper in the USA).
Well you asked, what kind of innovation is missing and I answered what I think are important. I never said what anybody elses ideas should be about. Improving hinges and stuff is good for getting your business around (you can't sell bikes that don't exist yet, therefore you must improve what you have in the meantime) but for me that's just what it is: improvements. Innovations would mean turning the marked upside down. To be honest my wishes are not that crazy (I mean, wanting a lighter folding bike that folds faster and smaller are not exactly innovative), maybe they are absurd due to the laws of nature and economy but still they are merely but "old" improvements taken further. It's not really a new way of thinking about folders.
Besides, your question is so general that there could be thousands and thousands answers to it... except for you writing "exactly". That word alone makes your question kind of tricky. I don't really know what you are looking for. What do you self think are missing, exactly?