early adapter vs early adopter : Common Errors in English

About early adapter vs early adopter

An “early adopter” is a person who quickly adopts something new—usually a technological innovation. If you just have to rush out and buy the latest and coolest gadget, you’re an early adopter. If it meant anything, an “early adapter” would be someone who reworked something first for his or her own purposes; but most of the time this version of the phrase is just a mistake.

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  1. Google Likely To Shatter The Price Of Glass Ahead Of Widespread Release

    The tinkerers over at Catwig have performed what is believed to the first complete third-party teardown of Google Glass. While much of the reveal is just "gadget porn" for those into seeing the internals of new devices, perhaps what's most fascinating is how unremarkable the insides really are in terms of components. As a result, it seems probable the $1500 price paid by early adopters will be a ...
    on June 13, 2013 Source: Forbes

  2. Red Hat Shows OpenStack Ecosystem Strength; Launches Red Hat OpenStack Certification, Unveils Red Hat Certified ...

    RALEIGH, N.C. & BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network has graduated from its early adopter program and now boasts more than 100 global technology industry leaders as members.
    on June 12, 2013 Source: Business Wire

  3. Early Xbox One buyers to get Day One Edition consoles

    Let's say you're excited about the Xbox One ... so excited, in fact, that you're okay with spending $499 on it before you've even touched the gamepad . Microsoft wants to accommodate you: buy a system quickly enough and you'll get the limited Day One Edition. While the core system won't change, you'll get to flaunt your early adopter status through both a slightly customized controller and a ...
    on June 11, 2013 Source: Engadget

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