Truly great technology is not about technology. The engineering, in many ways, is the least important piece of it.
"What does it do?" matters less than "Where does it go?" Where does it go in my life? Where does it grow into? What does it enable me to achieve that I wouldn't be able to achieve without it?
If it doesn't fit in my life, if it doesn't enable me to be a better version of myself, then it's not great technology. It might as well not exist.
Truly great technology is not about technology. It's about human beings.
It's amazing how often we forget that.