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Frank Eory
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Re: This always happens with CE products
Frank Eory   8/7/2013 1:31:21 PM
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JK Shin hit the nail on the head with "the general public won't really notice or care." One core vs. two, yes they will notice & care. Two vs. four? Maybe not so much. Four vs. eight? Really, you must be joking.

Give them longer battery life. They will notice and care about that...a lot!

Bert22306
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Re: This always happens with CE products
Bert22306   8/7/2013 3:06:22 PM
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Heh. On the other hand, Frank, I once bought a new stereo amp just because the new one used complementary symmetry throughout, and the old one did not. I still have and use that amp, by the way.

Being satisfied with a product is a complicated psychological puzzle. ;)

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