quote: There just isn't much profit to be had from the common man.
quote: Look at how much money Apple blows on advertising, and they can afford it with just ~5% marketshare!
quote: The common men are like ants, by themselves they aren't much to worry about but get a large market share of them together and they are a force to be reckoned with
quote: #4 It is almost as if apple and its customer base is trying to tell me iSuck for not owning their iProducts
quote: A netbook is a small portable laptop computer designed for wireless communication and access to the Internet. Primarily designed for web browsing and e-mailing, netbooks rely heavily on the Internet for remote access to web-based applications and are targeted increasingly at cloud computing users who require a less powerful client computer. Netbooks typically run either Windows XP or Linux operating systems rather than more resource-intensive operating systems like Windows Vista. The devices range in size from below 5 inches to over 13, typically weigh 2 to 3 pounds (~1 kg) and are often significantly cheaper than general purpose laptops at US$ 400, with some even in the US$ 50–100 range. According to Deloitte, as of the start of 2009, the established definition of a netbook was a notebook computer with a low-powered x86-compatible processor (compatible with PC standard software), small screen (no larger than 10 inches), (usually) small keyboard, equipped with wireless connectivity, lightweight (under three pounds/1.3 kilograms) and no optical disk drive. Netbooks are typically low cost, relative to other notebooks. The word netbook is a portmanteau of the words Internet and notebook.
quote: but analysts believe if the device is more functional than other netbooks on the market consumers will buy it.
quote: want to pay more for something that they perceive as better constructed.