The idea, which you’ve probably envisioned by now, is that the balls allow the Cloud 10 to shrug off airborne and structural vibrations in virtually any direction—vertical, lateral, rotational—whereas spikes, squishy feet, and springs are much more limited in the ways they can move. That the low-mass Cloud 10 also tends not to store energy puts it at an even greater advantage over its comparatively ox-like competitors.
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Victor Chavira of Positive Feedback on the Cloud 10
The Could 10 should be recognized for its novel technology, affordability, and range of applications.”
Dave Clark of Positive Feedback on the Cloud 10
…the Gingko units are quite effective at allowing the component to do its thing with minimal outside interference from vibrations and alien probes.