Originally Posted by raclimja
1. the tablet is advertised as having 32gb of memory but in reality, you can only use 16gb. how would you feel if you buy something like an ssd that is advertised as 64gb but you only get 32gb of storage?
2. the onboard storage has better compatibility with apps and it is faster than sd card. i myself own a Sandisk Ultra 64GB Class 10 microsdxc and the onboard memory is still faster especially on write speed as the sd card could only do 10mbps
3. it shows how bloated and inefficient in code and size windows is
I am sorry I have to pull you up there, your 64GB SSD ceases to be that the moment you install stuff on it (just because you installed software on it doesn't magically make it a smaller drive physically, it doesn't just magically lose NAND chips).........they didn't lie, it has 32 GB on the device...if it's the average consumers lack of knowledge about these matters that is flaring this nonsense up then that is their problem..
We are really in the age where the average consumer need a real eye opener of an IT education.... MS didn't lie, consumers think they are entitled to everything.
Case point, HDD's. A 1TB HDD, do you really get the advertised "apparent" 1024 GB....no you get about 950+GB usable.
But do I see people wingeing and crying about that?Edited by smash_mouth01 - 11/5/12 at 9:04pm