Originally Posted by whatisgoingon
[making a device that costs $1000, while not losing money on it] "This is the major reason why we do not believe that the ultrabook segment is really going to take off until next...
Originally Posted by Fran441
Very sad news.
It's only sad if he's on his deathbed. That's one possibility. Another possibility is that he's not (immediately) dying, and wants to enjoy a little retirement. Who wants to work all...
Crucial makes good RAM, but their customer support is what makes them great. They'll replace a module no questions asked. And they actually make the RAM they sell, as Crucial is the retail brand of Micron. Their budget brand, Rendition,...
They have to; aside from the competitive aspect, netbooks and thin notebook PCs without optical drives are becoming common. Big PC makers are probably itching for the death of the DVD drive, one of the most failure-prone components in a...
Originally Posted by Prof. Peabody
Apple still has a full performance low end notebook, in fact it has the best one you can buy for the money. It's just that instead of being made of plastic and costing roughly...
Originally Posted by justfine
But why should they?
No; that's not Apple's way (and, obviously, we can see that Apple's never going to produce a sub-$999 notebook now). But it's flat-out wrong to say that can't.
Originally Posted by melgross
I see a bunch of you guys saying $799. What if Apple can't make it for $799? Has anyone thought of that? There always seems to be an assumption that prices can be lowered to whatever people want it...