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- adjective Resembling
plastic, especially in the sense of being cheapand lightweight.
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Cons: The word "plasticky" was tossed around by more than a couple of reviewers (and dad Ben) when describing the interior.
Having handled them here on the IFA show floor, we'd say they feel quite plasticky which is a bit of a let down considering their relatively high price.
The system also feels fairly 'plasticky', though with how much it weighs I suppose that is a reasonable compromise.
Some reviewers have called the Mini 9 "plasticky" and I would agree with this.
Some described them to me as "plasticky," but the stickiness sort of guides your fingers home and makes texting or composing an email easier.
The device feels a bit "plasticky" but it seems to work well.
Such a finish does lend the Wii a much less "plasticky" feel however, and means the machine is far more likely to fit in with the rest of your entertainment equipment rather than standing out like a white sore thumb.
(there are exceptions though): they look a bit "plasticky" while darker colours tend to sharpen the lines which I prefer in case of sports cars.
Ben thinks the interior "feels a little plasticky."
He thinks the looks are minimalist, but "it doesn't feel plasticky."
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February 13, 2020