Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 7th Aug 2012 11:15 UTC
Microsoft "'We have said think it over. Think twice', Wang is quoted as saying, 'It will create a huge negative impact for the ecosystem and other brands may take a negative reaction. It is not something you are good at so please think twice.' Wang went on to suggest that if Microsoft moves ahead with its tablet plans, the Taiwan-based Acer might replace the software giant as a partner. 'If Microsoft is going to do hardware business, what should we do? Should we still rely on Microsoft, or should we find other alternatives?', he is quoted as saying." Or, you could just build stuff that doesn't suck. Just a suggestion, Acer.
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by MOS6510 on Tue 7th Aug 2012 12:00 UTC
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For a moment I thought "Think Twice" was Acer's new marketing slogan.

Would have made an interesting court case.

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RE: Slogan
by zima on Tue 14th Aug 2012 23:10 in reply to "Slogan"
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Unlikely to be in any way interesting (or long) - a century-long usage of "core" motto would be mentioned, also pointing out how longer slogans incorporating it were safe, and the hypothetical court case would be immediately thrown out...

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