[Chugalug] Jelly bean
basic2point0 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 22:36:18 UTC 2012
We're talking about a $200 tablet here though, not a $600 one. Please show
me a $60 quad core tablet. I still don't see the point in buying a new low
quality tablet with old technology when you can buy a good quality one with
better technology for twice as much and not have to worry about migrating
to a new system next year.
On Oct 12, 2012 6:28 PM, "Chad Smith" <chad78 at gmail.com> wrote:
> No, it's actually not cheaper. Not when the tablet that will support
> future upgrades costs more than twice the one you will replace next year.
> Especially when you consider (a) inflation (b) dropping prices of tech,
> specifically tablets (c) you will still have or can sell the old tablet
> when you get the new one.
> It reminds me of a friend who bought a $75 watch while we were both in
> college. I was floored. But, he said, it will last me for years. I told
> him I could buy a new watch every year for the rest of my life and not
> spend $75. (They sell watches at the Dollar Tree.)
> I'm not saying there's no reason to pay for quality. There certainly is
> in some cases. But there is also the law of diminishing returns.
> Especially when the cheaper option comes with more "bells and whistles"
> than the expensive name brand ones.
> I cannot for the life of me understand why anyone would buy a $600 tablet
> - ever. I could get 10 tablets for that.
> *- Chad W. Smith*
> On Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 11:11 AM, C A <basic2point0 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> It's cheaper to buy a tablet that will support future upgrades than to
>> buy one every time a newer version comes out.
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