I never got my hands on his products.
Here is a comment by one of my students about the article 'Steve Jobs was one of the Crazy Ones':
Frankly speaking, I don't care about his death. It's like when Liudmila Gurchenko died and everybody was like: "Oh she died! Why?! She was a brilliant actress!" and so on. No doubt he was a genuis, but I never got my hands on his products, so I can't understand the reason of the worlwide affliction. I'm not ignoring him, but I'm not glorifying either.'
I would say:'I have never got my hands on Apple products.' But does this expression sound OK in this context?
Thank you for the time and help.
Re: I never got my hands on his products.
'I never got my hands on his products' presupposes that the reader knows he is talking about Apple products.