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Vector with Rene Ritchie

By Rene Ritchie

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Description

VECTOR is Rene Ritchie's (almost) daily podcast focused on Apple and personal technology.

Customer Reviews

Good content badly presented.

Great content here, this guy knows his stuff. However the presentation and hosting of this podcast is terribly bad.

He talks too fast, there is no depth or emotion in his voice.

I’d recommend a move to remove the presenter and have someone more pleasing host this.

Recap. Good content. Terrible presenter.

Great analysis, talks too fast.

Rene never pauses for effect or takes a breath. Is that even possible.. It’s exhausting as a listener. I am just assuming that this show is over edited or sped up in post production.
This makes the show almost unlistenable. Which is a shame because the analysis and content is on point and relevant. Rene is very similar to Neal Cybart, from above Avalon and he has the exact same problem.. Please, please, please slow down and use your passion to think of your end users.. listeners.

Too many ads

I agree with another review here that praises the content of this podcast. Rene is very well informed and full of great insights. The biggest problem is the number of ads has increased A LOT recently. And worse, they're usually not separated from the content. You'll be listening and then suddenly realise he's mid way through an advertisement, with no change in the inflection of his voice. Please introduce some divider between the content and the advertisements.