1st Formal Review of BulletTrain Express Keyboard Platform
"The BulletTrain Express Keyboard Platform; Thankfully Someone Was Listening." –GearDiary.com
Gear Diary recently reviewed wrote the first formal review of the BulletTrain Express and gave it a rave review filled with accolades!!!
The obvious question, is since the BulletTrain Express Keyboard Platform has been selling for almost 90 days, how is it there have been no formal reviews? The answer is simple, many publications have contacted us and asked us to send them a review unit, and we have not sent out one single review unit, because we have not been able to keep up with the demand.
I realize many people would say I should send out review units to increase sales even more, but my customers come first. As soon as we get caught up, which will be soon, we will send out the review units.
"The BulletTrain Express is the perfect configuration for anyone who prefers the large screen of an iMac but the keying surface they are used to from their favorite Macbook. In all honesty, this is the keyboard that Apple should have offered for sale in the first place...but for whatever reason, Steve and company just didn't feel the need. Thankfully Jake Ehrlich of BulletTrain saw the need, and he decided to create a device that would satisfy people like me."
"The BulletTrain Express is the exact keyboard configuration that I wanted and didn't think I would ever be able to find; it's beautiful, functional, and it is an absolute must for anyone who loves their Macbook, but also uses an iMac. As an added bonus, it is also the perfect solution for anyone who is using a Mac computer to drive their large screen TV. You can sit on the couch and rest the platform in your lap, and you can flip it upside down or sideways without worrying that the keyboard or Trackpad might fall out."
"If you are thinking this is exactly what you've been looking for, then I suggest you place your order and not think twice about the price; I did, and I have NO REGRETS.
–Judie Stanford of GearDiary.com
So how did GearDiary.com get a review unit? They bought one!!! It turns out Judie Lipsett Stanford, who is the Editor and Publisher of GearDiary.com was looking for a solution just like the BulletTrain Express, so when she found the BulletTrain Express she simply bought one.
By the way, if you own a BulletTrain Express, you will recognize the photo below of the bottom of the BulletTrain Express, but if you visit BulletTrain.com you will not see any photos of this update design with the half-dome rubber feet or the BulletTrain graphics.
This is because we are in the process of completely overhauling BulletTrain.com, which will include all-new photographs and videos, but we have been so overwhelmed with production and delivery, that we have not updated anything since launch.