Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 1st Sep 2010 20:24 UTC
Legal Well, this was rather unexpected. As it turns out, Commodore USA's CEO Barry Altman isn't particularly pleased about the article I wrote earlier today in which I placed a considerable amount of scepticism with regards to Commodore USA and its business (and website). He (not his lawyer) sent us a threatening email demanding we take down the article, post a new correction article, the whole shebang. The entire email - as an image, you'll want the original formatting - after the break. Our reply? We refer you to the reply given in the case of Arkell v. Pressdram.
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RE: Not the best move
by n0b0dy on Wed 1st Sep 2010 21:37 UTC in reply to "Not the best move"
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Wow, a screenless, crippled laptop, that's so UNamazing. Lame...

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RE[2]: Not the best move
by judgen on Thu 2nd Sep 2010 01:04 in reply to "RE: Not the best move"
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Maybe a "screenless" laptop is what i want, who are you to judge what system fits my needs best.
I am NOT saying that it is for everyone, but if the specs is correct and i can have both keyb* and computer as i used to back in the days in one kit, i would much prefer it to a laptop. Then i can just use whatever screen i like. And also even though they have shown no interest in supporting AROS yet, they might in the future and an installed base is kind of a good start.

AND the most important of all is the hand-warmer that is the AIO computer. (freezing my fingers off at this very moment, operating at -40 degrees)

Ok i am done. I am actually optimistic about this as most of teir products is allready available from other retailers, and to have the seal of beeing AROS compatible wont hurt.

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