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I bet they do away with the physical keyboard - just two screens
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I bet they do away with the physical keyboard - just two screens

I think ASUS or someone did that already. Played with it at microcenter.... and it was god awful
     
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Sure, but in the past drm meant submitting a code to verify you purchased the game. Now, it's gone beyond drm-now you no longer own the game at all, but are simply licensed to use it.
That's the difference between drm and the cloud, and why I hate the cloud.
What kind of cloud? Like buying a movie in iTunes? I own the movie, I'm not just licensed to use it. The same is true of games I buy in Steam, I own them. I may not be able to sell them, but that's not because I own them but because I bought a game in a digital system that doesn't offer re-selling of games, or movies.
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What kind of cloud? Like buying a movie in iTunes? I own the movie, I'm not just licensed to use it. The same is true of games I buy in Steam, I own them. I may not be able to sell them, but that's not because I own them but because I bought a game in a digital system that doesn't offer re-selling of games, or movies.

You think you own them, but read the fine print.

At least for Starcraft II, they make it very clear that they are simply licensing the product to you,and that you do not own the product. If you fail to sign in to Battlenet for 30 days, you can no longer use the product.

The same can be said for steam games, I believe
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But tell me.
Why, besides preference, is optical media superior to cloud storage, or storage on flash media?
For instance, I prefer cloud storage, but can list a bevy of real world advantages it provides for people with ample internet access. The only thing I can think of against cloud storage is downtime. If you have a physical disk, you have it. That being said, I've been without 2mb down internet for like.... 12 hours in the last year.
To each his own, I know people that still use ZIP drives

Are you serious, the difference between cloud starage and optical media storage ?

Latency, bandwidth and content security.

Geuss which one has all the pro's and none of the cons, it ain't the "cloud" which is a nice name for SAS
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Are you serious, the difference between cloud starage and optical media storage ?

I know the difference, I said tell me why it is superior, since everyone was voicing their love for physical media.
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Latency, bandwidth and content security.
Geuss which one has all the pro's and none of the cons, it ain't the "cloud" which is a nice name for SAS

No, all the pros and cons would entail talking about ALL of them, not just three.

I've used SAS where latency and bandwidth are no issue and as for security - you have to secure a local server also.
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I made up my mind I was going to buy a top of the line MBP for when I get deployed overseas.

I hope they release before July!!
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You think you own them, but read the fine print.
At least for Starcraft II, they make it very clear that they are simply licensing the product to you,and that you do not own the product. If you fail to sign in to Battlenet for 30 days, you can no longer use the product.
The same can be said for steam games, I believe
I'm aware of the fine print which more or less says: "We can ban your account at any time", etc., however assuming I don't do anything wrong, the content is available to me whenever I want.

LOL WUT? Are you serious? They say if you don't sign into Battlenet for a month, you can no longer use the game at all? I'm not so sure about that, it sounds pretty absurd.

No, I have full access to all my Steam games permanently, whether installed or not, regardless of whether I've been inactive on Steam for a day, or five years.
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