Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 18th Mar 2009 20:20 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems I'm not often wowed by a computer's design, probably because most of them appear to be designed by people with no sense of style and class whatsoever. The only (relatively) recent examples of decent design that I personally find to have a "wow factor" are Apple's MacBook Air and the PowerMac Cube from the same company. Yesterday, however, I was wowed again by a product from a company you wouldn't expect it from: Dell.
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I'd still say..
by xnoreq on Wed 18th Mar 2009 21:13 UTC
xnoreq
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2009-01-06

I'd still say that that's a freaking high price for such a small piece of hardware. Specs aren't really impressive in my opinion and I don't think it's worth the money.

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RE: I'd still say..
by TBPrince on Wed 18th Mar 2009 22:17 in reply to "I'd still say.."
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2005-07-06

I'd still say that that's a freaking high price for such a small piece of hardware. Specs aren't really impressive in my opinion and I don't think it's worth the money.

I second that. It's ridicolous price for that H/W. And that's valid for Apple too.

In such hard situation for most people, I'm not sure it's a bold move, expecially when the most active segment is the netbook one (which I wouldn't buy either, but that's another story...).

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