Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 27th Mar 2009 21:27 UTC
Legal "Two Middle Americans have sued Acer over its low-cost Aspire notebooks, claiming that the Taiwanese PC giant pre-installed Windows Vista on machines ill-equipped to run Microsoft's latest OS. With a lawsuit filed Wednesday in San Francisco, California, two residents of Fostoria, Ohio seek damages and relief from the world's third-largest computer maker after purchasing a sub-$600 Aspire notebook that included Windows Vista Premium and a gigabyte of shared system and graphics memory."
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Why not 2007?
by Angel Blue01 on Sat 28th Mar 2009 00:01 UTC
Angel Blue01
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2006-11-01

Why didn't anyone sue in 2007 when the first Vista machine shipped, most often with 1GB RAM sometimes with 512MB?

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