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Dell Developing Smartphones

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I remember reading this a while back.

Slammer

Jan 30, 2009, 8:38 AM
This is interesting news. Computer sales have been dropping over the last two years and I believe this is a move that more computer manufacters may take. The goal is to access and do everything from the palm of your hand. The computer will act more as a dock station for your handset.

However, Dell is not one of my choices. I feel with the money they have made over the years, they should be able to afford to straighten up the slanted "E" in Dell. This annoys me! If they're not into perfecting their product, I'm not buying! Very Happy
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Overmann

Jan 30, 2009, 10:17 AM
Yeah, some companies haven't learned how to make their profits long term. Look at GM. They cut corners left and right on most vehicles they make to maximize profits, but ended up turning out bland turds with the blingy Chevrolet badge for us to spend money on every week fixing (my family has owned many GM cars). Now they need a government bailout to stay afloat!

DELL is a corner cutter, but not as ludicrous as eMachines. If they actually built slightly better quality hardware, or more universal (read: I can upgrade it!) hardware, they could easily get back on top. Until then, I would much rather get a Blackberry or a Samsung smartphone.
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Slammer

Jan 30, 2009, 10:52 AM
Overmann said:
Yeah, some companies haven't learned how to make their profits long term. Look at GM. They cut corners left and right on most vehicles they make to maximize profits, but ended up turning out bland turds with the blingy Chevrolet badge for us to spend money on every week fixing (my family has owned many GM cars). Now they need a government bailout to stay afloat!

DELL is a corner cutter, but not as ludicrous as eMachines. If they actually built slightly better quality hardware, or more universal (read: I can upgrade it!) hardware, they could easily get back on top. Until then, I would much rather get a Blackberry or a Samsung smartphone.


Your pain is not alone Mr. Overmann. Actually the "e...
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