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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Never buy a Dell
by mounty on Thu 19th Mar 2009 04:34 UTC
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Look on the support forums for Dell --- they are rip-off merchants par excellence. I just spent two hours trying to work-around my father's 962 all-in-one printer, that decided out of the blue that its two ink cartridges were incompatible, and now refuses to print. Whilst searching, I found many other users who have been ripped off by Dell's obsolesence engineering. Don't touch 'em.

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