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Apple has directed the market though. For thin laptops, for smartphones, for tablets (which they practically made), and now they're directing the market towards high resolution displays.

The Sony Viao was incredibly popular, but ahead of its time: it ran too hot, too slow to make use of the form factor. Even so, that is what directed the laptop market. Apple made a better business move where timing and capability within a form factor are concerned, but they by no means drove the laptop market toward thinner, sleeker devices. That was well under way on its own.
    
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The Sony Viao was incredibly popular, but ahead of its time: it ran too hot, too slow to make use of the form factor. Even so, that is what directed the laptop market. Apple made a better business move where timing and capability within a form factor are concerned, but they by no means drove the laptop market toward thinner, sleeker devices. That was well under way on its own.

*vaio and the one we have (TX5 i think) has U1400, not slow for office apps and watching some episodes of random shows. doesnt run hot too, and not slow by any means. its the size of a netbook, and even though its 8 years old now, probably is way better than the N270 and N450 netbooks.
     
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LOL!

This thread funny xD

All the rich kids (apple fanboys) arguing to make themselves feel better for buying an overpriced, underpowered product just because of a Logo XD

I'm with Sammy here, copy or no copy, their products out perform apple products in every way, I mean my apple washing machine didn't even have spin cycle, apparently that’s only coming with the iWash S

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Apple, here comes trouble tongue.gif
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His previous comments were about how he preferred a bigger screen for workloads, even though the stock scaling setting of the rMBP isn't even close to the native resolution. I said they weren't comparable lol. FYI, the UX32VD has dedicated graphics and when running games at native resolution, I believe the rMBP and the UX32VD will get similar performance numbers.

the zen has a ulv processor and a 620m, that isn't comparable at all. the rmbp has a gt650m and quadcore. the gt650m can be overclocked to be similar to a gtx card

i doubt either would run games well at their native resolutions (only the best desktop cards can run games at 1600p and the rmbp is 1800p, and the zenbook has ulv processor...). however the rmbp would probably get a lot better framerates at 1680x1050 or 900p
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Yeah but then the pixel density is much lower.
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Kindle Fire w/ Android 4.1.1
Ah I see.
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And there you go. Not apples to apples.
No no, I meant the Tegra 3 version has more effects than the non-Tegra 3 version. The iOS app is the same as the Tegra 3 version afaik.
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Most malware apps are from apks... esoecially after that bouncer thing the G introduced.
Ah I see.
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Yes, a lot less than the Angry Birds HD, Cut the Rope HD, etc...
Have you ever looked at the universal apps? There's heaps of them. And why shouldn't developers be able to charge for a iPad specific app? They could redo the UI entirely or they may have had to spend hours or more creating higher resolution graphics.
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Because in Android they don't.
But you still end up with a smartphone app. With an iPad app you know it's been made to work with the iPad, and in some cases the iPad specific version has a completely different UI than the iPhone. Something more suitable for a tablet.
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Oh I see tongue.gif I'll do your format next time then.
Haha thanks.
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How on earth would a 16:9 screen have wasted space for an e-reader?

iPads really aren't all that great, imho. You get an Android tablet you get pretty much all the features of Android, which blows iOS out of the water on all fronts.
I'd say iOS blows Android out of the water. All that iOS lacks is the customisation, and personally I'm not interested in any of that at all.
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I don't get this point. If the rMBP has a higher DPI, then the content would look even smaller than it would on a 13.3 Zenbook Prime (if both devices ran at their native resolutions)... I mean, it gives you more workspace, but you are left with very tiny UI elements. Elements even smaller than the Zenbook Prime 11" or 13". So, it doesn't really matter if you have a bigger display or not. Then, if you choose not to turn the rMBP to it's "native resolution" (I use quotes because I know Apple does some scaling and the stock setup isn't native), the Zenbook Prime actually gives you more workspace than the rMBP. Regardless, it's not really fair to compare the rMBP to the Zenbook Prime. There is a HUGE price difference between the two. I mean between the most expensive rMBP and Zenbook Prime, it's at least $1000.

Now to be on-topic, I have a feeling the Samsung patents will be considered FRAND and the end result will be Apple having to pay licensing fees. Well.... at least that will make up for the $1B they just lost. thumb.gif
Not quite. You get a workspace of 1440x900 by default, it's just much sharper. You can change that to 1680x1050 or 1920x1200 and it's still very sharp because it's being rendered at twice that resolution and downscaled to fit the 2880x1800 panel.
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The Sony Viao was incredibly popular, but ahead of its time: it ran too hot, too slow to make use of the form factor. Even so, that is what directed the laptop market. Apple made a better business move where timing and capability within a form factor are concerned, but they by no means drove the laptop market toward thinner, sleeker devices. That was well under way on its own.
The MacBook Air was released in January 2009. When was the Sony Viao released? And was it the same sort of dimensions? I never said Apple was the first, but they do have a lot of impact. If they do something then others follow to compete.
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Why is this news... =.="
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in·no·vate
   [in-uh-veyt] in·no·vat·ed, in·no·vat·ing.
verb (used without object)
1. to introduce something new; make changes in anything established.
Apple does innovate, but gets pissed when others innovate from their innovations... wink.gif

I love you for saying that thumb.gif
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in the long run it benefits
a world without apple= a world with less patent troll=more innovation

Actually, such a world could also = a world with cheaper devices, a world with more people that have devices, and a true "surround computing" world where technology is not bound by consumerism at all. We're only paying for technology because the mass-marketing companies which are preventing innovation are taking away the funds that competitors of all sorts could use towards "true innovation" like the integration of technology with households (which is something you only see in sci-fi movies even today), and siphoning them towards consumer devices that, once introduced, aren't really developed to the pace that satisfies me.

Cheers to you for the recognition cheers.gif

 

I always believed that if there were more freedom in the competitive market, the entire world could be moving forward faster in a way that supports society and in a way that can be supported by society as a whole. Unfortunately, that's not happening.  Apple's practices and patent trolling may have started something nice but are keeping the entire human race at a stand-still.

 

Case in point, observe this image of the evolution of iOS vs Android:

 

 

 

 

Innovation is meant to move us as humans forward.  Technology as something that could be subject to constant innovation and development shouldn't be falling to consumerism at all.

 

While Android OS might aptly be an example of consumerism in the way it was developed for (and is still mainly featured in) consumer smartphones and tablets, it is far more than just an OS for consumerist devices. We're seeing Android OS run not just Smartphones and tablets but little cheap PC boardslike Raspberry Pi, cars, TV media players, and in space (did you hear: NASA is using Android smartphones in their satellites!)... I can't pull it out of my head but there have been a ton of uses for it. and a whole bunch of other things with little specialization whatsoever.  It's helping ensure that we as humans are seeing technology where it should really be in this modern world: EVERYWHERE.

 

If I could ask question, I would ask this: "Have you ever seen a satellite built around a technological device made by Apple?" And I wouldn't need to ask it, because the answer would be a most certain no, for three reasons:

  1. Apple seems to be more interested in selling their products and making money than having their technological "innovations" power spacecraft in a useful, creative and resourceful way
  2. NASA does not have any interest in Apple's devices because it is simply not possible to do that with the only things offered by Apple: devices for consumers.

 

Apple has been sitting back and being a hypocrite by saying that this is about values and not money, even though: 1. their claims transcend their own practices and 2. the money-hoarding makes the real purpose of their "innovation" absolutely obvious. They will only expand their horizons if they think that there is a market for it, and then they price their "innovative" products so highly that few people can take advantage of them.  They price it so highly that it also drives up the cost of the competition as a whole because technology is suddenly a consumer market.  And that's the truth - as a company, they really only care about making money off of the consumerists we have been turned into - you can see it in the way they close source their OS, start these patent wars, sue for billions of dollars and try to please their fans by claiming that it's all been about "values", hardly ever donate to charity, and so duefully practice hypocrisy (and manage to get away with it) in so many places.

 

Whatever claims about Apple being interested in innovation are simply untrue because that is simply not what Apple is interested in.  Case in point: if Apple were truly interested in innovation and its purpose of bringing forward society, the attitude depicted through the quotes by Apple execs in this picture would be simply nonexistent.


Edited by xd_1771 - 9/2/12 at 8:09pm
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1. doh.gif US has better working laws than places like China, Philippines, Malaysia, India, ect. A company based in the US cannot hire a labor force that offers the same price per hour as Foxconn due to US laws and something called minimum wage. Higher costs means higher prices or much lower profit margins than competitors that outsource, which is essentially all major competitors.
3. Innovation also means "Make changes in something established, esp. by introducing new methods, ideas, or products." Making a tablet that runs on mobile technology and customized OS tailored around a touchscreen is different than those crap Windows tablets existing prior to the iPad was doing something new and a new idea. The same applies to the iPhone as well IMO. Anyone remember the BlackBerry Storm which tried to bandaid fix the BB OS to work with a touch screen? It failed horribly. Same with the iPhone 4 and iPad 3rd Gen that forced high quality displays to be mainstream. I have a feeling the new MacBook Pro Retina will do the same thing as well. All of this is innovation whether or not haters choose to admit it or not. thumb.gif

cuz things in china cost way cheaper than US.
people can eat a meal for around 10 Chinese money which = less than 2 USD.
how much can u for 2 USD in US.
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