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post #41 of 269
I jumped the MS ship about 9 months ago. I've always thought Apple had the right idea building hardware and then making sure the OS was tightly integrated with it. My 4 desktop PCs and 2 remaining laptops (gave the others away) are dust catchers now and I'm in love with my MBP.

Like any advertising, the whole story isn't there. Frankly I think Microsoft has one last chance with Windows 7 and if they blow that one, they will become just another option as the others gain ground fast.

Price isn't everything and most people know that. The fit and finish on the Mac line is amazing compared to those $399 laptops. My older $2800 laptop is junk compared to this MBP.

Most Mac owners I know didn't consider price. They considered the quality and trouble free operation of the Mac. These same people are not going to see anything in these ads to sway them.

Why hire an ad firm that screwed up once on you already? Somebody is scrambling.

Oh, and I still run XP on the Mac using VMware. Works better than on any of my PCs and I can snapshot and backup just one file! Life is grand!
post #42 of 269
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you can have a BMW and a Chev with the same horsepower, that doesn't make the cars comparable.

Yeah, but can you get a Chevy and a BMW made using the same parts, built by the same workers in the same factory? Apple gets their laptops built for them in the same factories (Foxconn or Quanta) that make most other laptops.
post #43 of 269
Ha, Microsoft's ad is perfect for the New York Times crowd. Give them half the story and skew the rest of the facts...
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post #44 of 269
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Originally Posted by bsenka View Post

Yeah, but can you get a Chevy and a BMW made using the same parts, built by the same workers in the same factory? Apple gets their laptops built for them in the same factories (Foxconn or Quanta) that make most other laptops.

Are some Toyotas and Lexus made in the same plants? Hondas and Acuras? Nissans and Infinitis?

The fact that they are made in the same plant doesn't mean the end result is the same.

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post #45 of 269
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Originally Posted by anantksundaram View Post

I can't wait to see how Apple responds to this, if at all.

My bet? Apple will ignore this campaign.

Thoughts?

(Btw, I am convinced teckstud is Ballmer).


PC: I'm cheaper, I'm cheaper, I'm cheaper.....

Mac: Hey Pc, What's going on?

PC: I've finally figured out how i've got you beat!

Mac: Oh yeah PC, How's that?

PC: I'm cheaper!

Mac: You're right Pc, you may be cheaper up front, but what about all the virus protection subscriptions you need, and all the applications you will have have to buy just to give you the same out of box experience you get with every new Mac?

PC: What virus pr o t e c t i.. . .. (blue screen of death.)

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post #46 of 269
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Microsoft portrays two slot machines, one ringing up a Mac with bits of garbage, and the other presenting a cheaper generic PC

Wow, you have to add garbage to a Mac to bring it up to the standard of Windows!
post #47 of 269
I saw one of these banners this morning and, honestly, it just makes no sense. There's nothing clever or captivating about the campaign. It's just rather bizarre and nonsensical. I can see why Microsoft wants to take a jab at Apple pricing, but I don't feel these ads accomplished their goal in the least. Just weird. You'd think by now that Microsoft might try a different ad agency or a completely different approach, but they clearly lack the vision. Shocker.
post #48 of 269
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Originally Posted by jazzguru View Post

Are some Toyotas and Lexus made in the same plants? Hondas and Acuras? Nissans and Infinitis?

The fact that they are made in the same plant doesn't mean the end result is the same.

Do they sell Toyotas that have better specs and more features than a Lexus?
post #49 of 269
I hope it knocks some sense into Apple, who seem to think that their customers will pay ANY price for the hardware just for the opportunity to use OS X. The company has so much cash it's obvious that their profit margins are much higher than necessary to support R&D costs.
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post #50 of 269
People pay full retail for a copy of Windows to run on their Mac. But Microsoft is telling them not to buy a machine that runs Windows.

There are a lot of analogies here - and the behavior would look strange. Like Exxon telling me to buy a Mazda or Time Warner telling me to buy a Samsung television.

Microsoft makes Office for Mac and then tells people not to buy a Mac? The whole message is confused.

That said, MS has resorted to mud slinging. Will it work with a certain audience? Sure. Did Apple do it first? I guess. But it doesn't look so good when you have the giant market share. It looks kind of weird, desperate, paranoid and misguided.
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post #51 of 269
My friend is a well-paid freelance consultant. He pointed out that with the time he had spent trying to get his Vista laptop to work properly, he could have bought a Macbook - and a Mercedes.

The value of a Mac increases with the value you put on your time and frustration - whether you measure that financially or, more importantly, as time to spend doing something else with your life.

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post #52 of 269
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Originally Posted by the_steve View Post

I hope it knocks some sense into Apple, who seem to think that their customers will pay ANY price for the hardware just for the opportunity to use OS X. The company has so much cash it's obvious that their profit margins are much higher than necessary to support R&D costs.

Knocks some sense into Apple?

In case you haven't heard, in the midst of an economic recession, Apple's last quarterly results were the best in it's 30 year history.. In contrast to just about every PC manufacturer with layoffs and missed expectations.

Apple is selling better than ever, making money, growing market-share and about to become the largest electronics giant in the world..

I'd say they've got a good grip on being sensible..
post #53 of 269
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Originally Posted by bsenka View Post

Do they sell Toyotas that have better specs and more features than a Lexus?

Do Toyotas come with an innovative, intuitive engine and performance package that no Lexus has?

Do you get the same level of service, treatment, and all-around customer experience at a Honda dealership as an Acura dealership?

What about resale value? Do Nissans hold their resale values as well as Infinitis?

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post #54 of 269
This is all about Microsofts innovation - or complete lack thereof. They run on cheap machines. They have nothing else to recommend them so they must follow the time honored practice of leading from their strong point which is cheapness. Ballmer is some leader!
post #55 of 269
So true, I can buy a cheap broom, plastic dustpan and brush. I can proceed to clean the carpet and around the house. Sure it will take a ton of time, I'll get dirty and tired, sweaty and it won't even do a great job cleaning. If I do the job 2 or 3 times it may get clean.. lots of pain and effort, but hey I saved thousands of dollars with this scenario, rather than buying a Dyson.
post #56 of 269
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Originally Posted by anantksundaram View Post

I can't wait to see how Apple responds to this, if at all.

My bet? Apple will ignore this campaign.

Thoughts?

(Btw, I am convinced teckstud is Ballmer).

Apple is smart enough. They not gonna have a fight, they just gonna make another PCvsMAC ad.
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post #57 of 269
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Originally Posted by slapppy View Post

So true, I can buy a cheap broom, plastic dustpan and brush. I can proceed to clean the carpet and around the house. Sure it will take a ton of time, I'll get dirty and tired, sweaty and it won't even do a great job cleaning. If I do the job 2 or 3 times it may get clean.. lots of pain and effort, but hey I saved thousands of dollars with this scenario, rather than buying a Dyson.


So true, I went through at least 5 of the cheap $89 Hoover's from Target before trying a Dyson... Yeah, it was $400, but it's still working 2 years later..
post #58 of 269
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I can't wait to see how Apple responds to this, if at all.

My bet? Apple will ignore this campaign.

Thoughts?

(Btw, I am convinced teckstud is Ballmer).

He didn't say he wasn't!

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post #59 of 269
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Don't last as long? you must be kidding. My 128K mac still works.

As a fellow Mac 128k owner, and owner of a Mac 512k with internal GCC Hyperdrive 20 and an SE/30, I would like to point out that these old Macs were not built in China. My company manufactures in Japan, Taiwan and China. Manufacturing costs are lowest in China, but so is the quality of the merchandise produced. I am not saying "all new Macs are now garbage" because of this. But you just cannot compare older Macs made in Fremont CA or Japan with modern day "Made in China" Macs. They are a world apart in terms of quality and durability, even when you compare desktops to desktops. And considering just how hot some of these old compact Macs would run internally (heat destroys, mind you), the fact you often find Mac 128's still in good working order versus more modern Macs that call it quits after a few years is a testament to the high quality and premium parts that were used in Macs in the early years.
post #60 of 269
I'm just wondering: has anyone seen an actual window existing without a wall? I mean the "Window" itself is a hollow in the wall, so Window its the part of the wall, which is missing, right? So the slogen "Windows - Life without walls" is actually saying "Life without windows". Or am i getting the message wrong? )))




(By the way: in the sense of security, "Windows" is an excelent choice of name for that OS.).
post #61 of 269
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This guy just obliterated any argument in this thread.

Very well put.

Obliterated everything, except the car analogy is old, tired and utterly false.
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post #62 of 269
Was Microsoft's current anti-Apple advertising campaign also developed using Macs?
post #63 of 269
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said:should have Rush Limbaugh in the Ad..........
...they look like twins, Balmer and Limbaugh. Two beef head bullies.

Never happen, Limbaugh is a diehard MacFanboy.
post #64 of 269
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Do they sell Toyotas that have better specs and more features than a Lexus?

Analogy Fail...

Fiat and Ferrari, made by same manufacturer, I don't think we have to argue about the differences.
post #65 of 269
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Was Microsoft's current anti-Apple advertising campaign also developed using Macs?

I'm not sure about that, but I'm pretty sure Microsoft's Mojave Experiment website is hosted on a Linux & Apache server.

http://www.mojaveexperiment.com/apache?

http://michael.susens-schurter.com/b...-linux-apache/

Oh, the irony.

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post #66 of 269
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Originally Posted by PXT View Post

My friend is a well-paid freelance consultant. He pointed out that with the time he had spent trying to get his Vista laptop to work properly, he could have bought a Macbook - and a Mercedes.

The value of a Mac increases with the value you put on your time and frustration - whether you measure that financially or, more importantly, as time to spend doing something else with your life.

I think this is a good point that many people here who base their purchases on price alone just do not get.

For example, I use a Mac in the office where everyone else uses Windows. Every day there is drama with the Windows machines where if it's not the physical machine being unstable, they have problems with system stability, crashes, freezing, BSD, viruses, etc.. So much productivity is lost that people do not factor in. It's irrelevant that they use many common parts, it's the entire package which includes the parts, build-quality, OS, user-experience, product-support, etc. Things the critics never really take into consideration.

My Mac on the other hand, never had anything go wrong with it and I spend all my time using my Mac as the tool it should be as opposed to a Windows machines that is like a patient on life-support.

I bill by the hour and my clients expect results. The money I would lose on lost productivity due to those problems more than surpasses the extra money spent up-front on a Mac.

The Wallmart documentary says it best: "The high cost of low prices".

I'm not against low prices. Even in this economy, it would be ridiculous to waste money that does not need to be spent. But one gets what they pay for.

But those defenders of low prices must have had their head stuck in the sand for so long that their backs are permanently stuck in that position. So sad.
post #67 of 269
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Originally Posted by jazzguru View Post

Just wanted to say that I enjoy your comments. I've been reading them in this and other threads here and they're spot on.

I often wonder why Macs and Windows based machines can't just peacefully coexist. To me, they cater to different markets.

I did own a Mac for a short time--a PowerMac Dual G4 (1.3 GHz) running OS X Tiger, and I absolutely loved it. Everything was so intuitive--it seemed like it more closely meshed with my own thought processes and what I wanted out of an OS. And the hardware worked so much more harmoniously with the OS than I had ever experienced with a Windows machine. Unfortunately I had to sell it during a time when my family was strapped for cash.

Now we are intensely devoted to getting out of debt and putting off any unnecessary expenses until that goal is achieved. For the time being, I am using what I refer to as my "custom junker" PC for my computing needs. When the time is right, I will be buying another Mac. Could I buy a cheaper Windows based machine sooner? I could, yes. And I might even be somewhat pleased with it. But it wouldn't be a Mac. Delayed gratification is worth it.

And I'll probably keep my "custom junker" and upgrade it piece by piece for the sheer fun of it, because I'm a computer geek like that.

If you find something to relate to in what I say, I think that's great.

I'm glad to be here. Make too many of the kind of comments I make on Neowin.net, for example, and you get banned. Some people are just way too squeamish when it comes to debate. I've noticed around here, though, that people tend to have a thicker skin. Good to see.
post #68 of 269
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Originally Posted by Neonihil View Post

I'm just wondering: has anyone seen an actual window existing without a wall? I mean the "Window" itself is a hollow in the wall, so Window its the part of the wall, which is missing, right? So the slogen "Windows - Life without walls" is actually saying "Life without windows". Or am i getting the message wrong? )))




(By the way: in the sense of security, "Windows" is an excelent choice of name for that OS.).

I think the intent of the slogan is to imply just the open-ness of "windows" without the containment or boundaries of "walls."

When you take it too literally, it does set itself up for ridicule, but then again, "think different" was not correct when taken literally either..

Just being the devil's advocate here...
post #69 of 269
Apple must be pleased. Free advertising paid for by MS. Advertising that legitimizes Apple's own message: if you want cutting edge cool, and best quality, pay a bit more for a Mac. If you want adequate for a budget price, stick with Windows. Apple is not trying to steal the entire market; all they're trying to do is skim the cream off the top. Someday, when they've monopolized the high end, they'll start worrying about the low end. But right now, whether it's true or false, the reputation for being expensive is actually to their benefit. Apple has a brilliant business strategy, and now MS is falling all over itself to help out!
post #70 of 269
Yeah if you don't buy a mac you save enough to get a piece of shit computer, piece of shit mp3 player and piece of shit gaming console.
post #71 of 269
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Originally Posted by MacJello View Post

Apple must be pleased. Free advertising paid for by MS. Advertising that legitimizes Apple's own message: if you want cutting edge cool, and best quality, pay a bit more for a Mac. If you want adequate for a budget price, stick with Windows. Apple is not trying to steal the entire market; all they're trying to do is skim the cream off the top. Someday, when they've monopolized the high end, they'll start worrying about the low end. But right now, whether it's true or false, the reputation for being expensive is actually to their benefit. Apple has a brilliant business strategy, and now MS is falling all over itself to help out!

Good points.

Had MS just not included those references to Apple, all they'd then have is harmless, mediocre ad that resembles a generic car commercial. Lame and safe. But as it stands . . . they've just implied that their users are . . . losers.

It's not even a clever or creative dig at Apple (in the spirit of the I'm a Mac ads), it's just a derivative "we're cheaper" ad that has gone horribly wrong.
post #72 of 269
I think the Honda/Accura thing is off base. If you choose a Honda over an Accura, you still have a pretty dandy car but if you choose Windows over OS X, what you have is a steaming pile of unworkable crap. MS is in a VERY sharp downward trajectory but people don't get it the way people didn't get AIG and Citi. It looks impossible...until it starts looking possible...and then it's too late to make it impossible ever again.
post #73 of 269
So I have a bet with a friend for $1000 on the fact that I bet Apple would obtain a 20% market share worldwide within 10 years. I made the bet about 2 years ago and at this pace and the current state of things going on over at Microsoft, I plan to collect my winnings within the next 3-5 years.

Also... you know things are bad when long time PC guys like Dallas Mavericks owner and tech entrepreneur/blogger Mark Cuban write posts called Once you go Mac within a year or so of shooting this HP TV commercial. Oops! Can't imagine HP liked that too much. As Mark says... "I had gotten to the point where I was embarrassed to be a PC owner. The thought of someone calling me and asking me to go to my computer to find something was paralyzing."

Microsoft has lost all direction/innovation. While they're still a giant they better watchout or they'll be the one with 10% market share. Ballmer specifically is an embarrassment and should be replaced immediately.
post #74 of 269
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Originally Posted by AppleInsider View Post

If Microsoft portrayed the software and support expenses of generic Windows PCs into its slot machine graphics, the results would be less flattering.

I think the ads are pointless as well, but you can't convince me that someone who needs to run Microsoft Office and Quicken, surf the internet, and check their e-mail is getting a better deal buying a Mac. If someone's got $800 to buy a laptop they aren't going to buy a Mac, period. These people are Windows buyers no matter what. Apple has made it pretty clear they aren't interested in these people. They wouldn't build laptops with "precision aluminum unibody enclosures" if they were. I'm curious why Microsoft thinks they need to make this point.

As far as the "extra expense of software and support" - I call BS. My wife's HP Pavillion is going on three years old and its still going strong, it doesn't raid my wallet at night for extra cash. I dual boot, and I haven't had to spend an extra dime on Vista. Avira is great free antivirus software, Spybot is free, and Office only costs about $70 when you order it with a new Windows machine. 90% of still and video cameras come with free software (no one "needs" iLife, its fun if you like using it). And if people are replacing an old PC, they've probably got a bunch of software already. What the hell is there to spend a lot of money on? $700 will buy you a decent Dell or HP laptop.

As far as the Mac being trouble free? Well, mine have been for 15 years, but the Genius bar always seems to have a wait when I drop by the Apple store, so some people obviously have their issues.

So this ad campaign and all this posturing is ridiculous. If you want a Mac, buy a Mac. If you've got $1000, buy a $700 PC and save yourself a few bucks. If $1000 is a lot of money to you, spend it wisely.
post #75 of 269
Many time the phrase, "You get what you pay for," doesn't work but sometimes it does.

I can go buy 20 capsule box of Clartin 10mg at Walmart for my allergies. It will cost me $20, or I can read the active ingredients on the box of Equate's 30 capsule equivalent for only $8. Both are sold on the same display counter. Both contain the same active ingredients (10mg Loratadine). If I buy the brand name I lose big time. I'm not getting the premium I paid for.

I have had 3 Macs since 1995. The first two were expandable, are still working, and use Mac OS Tiger. Other than system software and memory upgrades, I never used that expansion capability. They still doing functional work.

The third and last Mac is an early April Intel iMac. It has everything I would ever need for up to date computing. But I have not experienced any of the frustrations my PC friends have. Have never had to reinstall the system, have had to find another computer to use because the Mac was being repaired, or needed to use anti-virus protection. I enjoy using my computer and can accomplish many task easily, that my PC friends, only can envy.

I paid the premium price that is Apple, but unlike buying "Clartin," I did get what I paid for. My PC friends have bought twice the amount of hardware than me, and none of it gave them the enjoyment that my Mac has given me.
post #76 of 269
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My friend...pointed out that with the time he had spent trying to get his Vista laptop to work properly, he could have bought a Macbook - and a Mercedes.

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I think this is a good point...
For example, I use a Mac in the office where everyone else uses Windows. Every day there is drama with the Windows machines where if it's not the physical machine being unstable, they have problems with system stability, crashes, freezing, BSD, viruses, etc..

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I JUST SPENT THE ENTIRE DAY TODAY
RE-IMAGING MY WINDOWS XP LAPTOP
BECAUSE OF A SOFTWARE PROBLEM.

(9 hours later, I'm still not done)

For the love of God, WHY??? WHY????

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post #77 of 269
Let's see... this is a web-only campaign, so whatever crappy PC the viewer brings with them they will likely stick with... another brilliant MS move.

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post #78 of 269
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I think the ads are pointless as well, but you can't convince me that someone who needs to run Microsoft Office and Quicken, surf the internet, and check their e-mail is getting a better deal buying a Mac. If someone's got $800 to buy a laptop they aren't going to buy a Mac, period. These people are Windows buyers no matter what. Apple has made it pretty clear they aren't interested in these people. They wouldn't build laptops with "precision aluminum unibody enclosures" if they were. I'm curious why Microsoft thinks they need to make this point.

As far as the "extra expense of software and support" - I call BS. My wife's HP Pavillion is going on three years old and its still going strong, it doesn't raid my wallet at night for extra cash. I dual boot, and I haven't had to spend an extra dime on Vista. Avira is great free antivirus software, Spybot is free, and Office only costs about $70 when you order it with a new Windows machine. 90% of still and video cameras come with free software (no one "needs" iLife, its fun if you like using it). And if people are replacing an old PC, they've probably got a bunch of software already. What the hell is there to spend a lot of money on? $700 will buy you a decent Dell or HP laptop.

As far as the Mac being trouble free? Well, mine have been for 15 years, but the Genius bar always seems to have a wait when I drop by the Apple store, so some people obviously have their issues.

So this ad campaign and all this posturing is ridiculous. If you want a Mac, buy a Mac. If you've got $1000, buy a $700 PC and save yourself a few bucks. If $1000 is a lot of money to you, spend it wisely.

You know, I agree with you to a point.. I know there are plenty of computer users who will never do anything more than email, surf the web, import a few photos and open the occasional word doc.. For them, if they are already accustomed to PC's and are on a tight budget, they may be better off buying a $500 to $700 PC.. As Apple has clearly re-iterated time and time again, they are not interested in creating products for that demographic.

The Mac's real value is in the software, for people who want to do more than the above.. The integration between the Mac hardware and OSX, and media creation with the iLife/iWork apps and Apple's mobile devices is where the real value lies for most users.. And of course, to do a lot of the media creation that you can do on a Mac, you will need better specs than you will find on most budget PC's. Hence, even with a 13" screen, the entry level MacBook is a very capable machine and reasonably priced for what you get.
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Let's see... this is a web-only campaign, so whatever crappy PC the viewer brings with them they will likely stick with... another brilliant MS move.

No, the "Lauren" commercial is being aired on television already..
post #80 of 269
Microsoft Office is the biggest piece of junk on the planet. It is very expensive and buggy. Let's look at the windoze OS. WIN 95 = junk, WIN 98 = junk, WIN Me = junk, WIN XP = almost useful, WIN VISTA = Junk, WIN 7 = unknown. Does Microsoft make hardware? Xbox = ring of death, MS mouse = works usually, MS Keyboard = junk, Zune = worthless.

I think that they need to look for a new line of business while they still have a war chest.
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