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 No, he's saying the exact opposite.  I agree with him...fragmentation today under 4.x is a lot better than it was 2.x.  Targeting for Jelly Bean 4.2 captures the majority of the US market and still leaves you with a fairly recent API stack to work with. Apps under 5.x may require some retooling but probably not much more than iOS 7 did.
 When 57 years old you reach, look as good, you will not, hm? To be more fair with the pictures she lost 35 lbs for the role:  Left is now, Right is before. http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/star-wars-star-carrie-fisher-shows-off-35/story?id=23739240 They aren't going to "ruin the franchise" any more than George did.  If anything they might make it great again.
Gotta love people who complain without actually trying the product.  Here's a review I found:  It seems like a CoC clone which isn't bad.  It's the way a freemium game should be designed although the genre helps a lot.  Unlike say...RR3.  Using money helps but is not required.  If you pay what would have been fair anyway it's a wash.  I have spend enough time playing that the $10 I spent on gems to get my 3rd builder was what I think I would have paid for the game...
If you read you would realize that SATA includes PCIe as part of the spec. SATA Express and M.2 both have options to support legacy SATA and therefore isn't "exactly the same thing" but is a superset of both.But for PCIe M.2 SSDs, yes they are the same.
If it's like CoC it won't be bad. CoC is playable without spending money but I put in $10 since I enjoy it enough
This is for the MBA but my MBPr shows the same: ACHI 1.30.  
 Lol...grasping at straws are we?  You didn't know SATAExpress was PCIe, too arrogant to check and too silly to concede gracefully.   Did you ever consider that there are PCIe 2.0 SATA Express implementations and there are PCIe 3.0 SATA Express implementations and therefore there shall be PCIe 4.0 SATA Express implementations?  The spec covers future PCIe versions for both M.2 and SATA Express when they appear. Them straws sure are slippery.  Hard to grasp no matter how...
 SATAExpress is PCIe.  Read the link: "The SATA Express connector used on the host side is backward compatible with the standard 3.5-inch SATA data connector,[2] while it also provides multiple PCI Express lanes as a pure PCI Express connection to the storage device." PCIe is not currently up to 256 Gibit/s. The PCIe 4 spec isn't final until late 2015.   PCIe is 7.877 Gbit/s per lane in the v3 spec.  SATAExpress offers up to 4 PCIe lanes for a total of 31.5 Gibit/s.  Not...
 Lead a horse to water but you can't make him click a link. SATAExpress implements both SATA and PCIe.  Which you would know if you took 1 second to click on a link. SATAExpress PCIe SSDs (in either desktop or M.2 physical formats) do not use the legacy SATA chain but connect to one of two types of PCIe controllers (AHCI or NVMe) and has access to one to four PCI Express lanes worth of bandwidth.  Which you would know if you took 1 second to click on a link.   Therefore...
It doesn't impact latency. The legacy SATA paths are not used. Power impact is likely minimal. The trade off is you can use legacy drives if you want. Like large HDDs.Minimal googling would show it does.
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