42n81, on 15 June 2010 - 05:45 AM, said:
quackadilly, on 14 June 2010 - 05:27 PM, said:
42n81, on 14 June 2010 - 02:10 PM, said:
quackadilly, on 14 June 2010 - 08:50 AM, said:
Could also be marketed as "same quality [as Apple] for less money" display . . . which would hold true for many many other products as well.
Maybe Apple's campaign (to be brutally honest) should be "same stuff as everyone else, you just pay more".
Brutally honest marketing campaigns... What a novel idea!
Imagine Microsoft claiming their share of the smartphone spotlight with a campaign that goes "Hey, what about us?"
Or a HP campaign that goes "Now you see it, now you don't. How's that for magical?"
Or JOO JOO's campaign: "Our tablet is just as pretty as Apple's"
Likewise . . . Apple could use the same slogan for home computing devices: "Hey, what about us?"
And with OSX
, Apple could also use the slogan: "Now you see it, now you don't. How's that for magical?"
And Apple could do very similarly with the JOO JOO slogan: Maybe "Our tablet looks cool . . . yeah, it . . . it looks cool."
Every company has their fair share of the bad stuff . . . no need to get defensive.
Apple fan says: "Every company has their fair share of the bad stuff"
Quackadilly's analysis: Just another insecure fanboi "defending" his cult at his leader's command.
Quackadilly says: "Every company has their fair share of the bad stuff"
Quackadilly's analysis: If I said so, that's the way it is. (Did I just agree with an Apple "fanboi"?}
Pretty lame attempt at a witty response . . .
Let me show you the correct scenario:
Non Apple fanbois say: "Retina display? Marketing jargon"
Apple fanboi says: "You're just jealous, [negative stuff about non-Apple products]"
Non Apple fanbois say: [negative stuff about Apple products]
Apple fanboi says: [Random nonsense]
Have you ever tried proving your
point instead of attacking everyone else who has different beliefs than you? You might see more positive responses from others.
42n81, on 14 June 2010 - 06:02 AM, said:
Anything larger than 4.5" diagonal (3.93" x 2.2") at 1280 x 720 would not have a 326 PPI pixel density. We're splitting hairs, but that's a very manageable display size given that newer designs are making use of increasing amounts of device real estate for the display. Anyhow, new smartphone designs with displays having a 326 PPI density would still only be catching up to the iPhone's specs.
Are you saying specs are valid now? Now that Apple FINALLY has some?
Expect to see more hardware comparisons in the future . . .
This post has been edited by quackadilly: 16 June 2010 - 03:39 AM