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Cabe Atwell
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Re: Dell
Cabe Atwell   3/28/2013 1:15:08 AM
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Dell,

It's time for you all to return to your old PDAs.. and make some smartphones! Ones that follow your edict here.

Cabe

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Dell
Critic   3/27/2013 9:17:03 AM
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Dell, from the computer owner's perspective, does some negative things as well. 

Did you know that if you buy a Dell computer, you can't sell it without Dell's permission?  If Dell finds out you sold your computer, they will blacklist you, and not sell you any more new computers!  I know this from personal experience (I have been blacklisted for many years). 

Much of Dell's hardware is non-standard, so that if you need to replace a major component, such as a motherboard, for example, you have to buy it from Dell because a standard board won't fit the case.  Nice, Dell, way to piss people off!

notarboca
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Great advances
notarboca   3/23/2013 9:50:09 PM
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I must agree with you, the inner workings and capabilities of today's workstations have improved exponentially since I began using them for design work in 1999.



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