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Well, you're right. They might have evaporated or been stolen by elves, but my money is on Christmas sales.Let's put it another way. If they sold 1M in the Oct quarter (as calculated earlier in another response), and Apple sold 5M Macs, but Apple has MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac 21.5", iMac 27", and Mac Mini, Surface Pro 3 has to be selling at least as well as one of those models. So which Mac are we calling an abject failure?
True, but that was 3 months ago, and I know they're moving units because Best Buy was out of stock when my wife went to get one.
It might be worth noting that Microsoft is actually seeing some success with Surface Pro 3 ($908 million in Revenue reported in October). While I experience the same schadenfreude as anyone else since we are, after all, discussing Microsoft, it is disingenuous to state that all Surface tablets are unmitigated disasters.
Just curious- what is the point of a curved display? You say it's not great for video and "images". What does that leave? I feel like I'm missing the boat on this one. I understand it makes 150 foot movie screens feel more immersive, but in any other context it seems like it would just make the display seem smaller.
Great! I wonder what the best antivirus software will be for my toaster.
What if the employer was actually the lazy taker?
Well, you certainly seem to know a lot about quality, judging by all your spelling mistakes.
I'll bet you have to grant said authorization when you sign up. Sure, you can always challenge charges, and after you take the time to do that, you can also try to get overdraft charges reversed, followed by visiting all affected check recipients to explain why their checks bounced. I also doubt any discounts are for us, the consumers. The only reason the retailers did this was to save money for themselves. It was spelled out in the original article. This is all downside...
True! I just don't see an angle for this one. No killer app, no differentiating form factor or battery life, no independence from iPhone. I can see sales to those who want to stick with the 5s but want NFC payments, and to the sycophants, but not much else.
Can't imagine buying one, even at $350. I predict this launch will be humbling for Apple.
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