Originally Posted by DaHarder
If that's what it takes to make you feel better... So Be It.
Anyway... In this case, the evidence presented is quite clear: the Kindle Fire's display is multi-touch, and any attempts to twist the definition of the technology to fit one's own brand-biased agenda are moot.
I was agreeing with you dude.
Originally Posted by Apple ][
iPad = 11 point Multitouch
Fire = 2 point dual touch
Yet, Amazon calls theirs for Multitouch.
Yep, they're the same thing. There's no reason at all for anybody to be pointing out the vast difference between the two.
Again- refer to post #73- put your head in the sand like an ostrich. Because YOU don't think it should be called multi-touch doesn't mean it isn't called multi-touch.
Here's some more education for you:
A V8 that has 300hp and a V8 that has 500hp are both V8s. You want to compare them, fine. But don't give the 300hp V8 a different name because it isn't as complex or advanced as the other.
I swear- people on this forum just post whatever response they are thinking and don't actually read what they are responding too. It's like being in an argument and thinking about what you are going to say to the person you're arguing with instead of actually listening to them and processing what they say and then speaking.
I hope y'all aren't like this in real life- because if you are, you're either socially retarded or giant a-holes. You pick.