|In reply to Comment 43 (Amon_Re):|
> I wasn't talking about ethics, i was pointing out that they too, have run into various problems
And I wasn't talking about companies running into problems but about the quality of hardware. Unfortunately, you have the reflex to bring unrelated issues into any argument.
> As for the rest of your statements, they are un factual, for starters, the µA1 isn't a MAI product
Eyetech doesn't have a hardware engineer who could design a mainboard, let alone a chip. They can not configure a manufacturing line, design a chip, provide non-trivial technical quality tests etc. But if it gives you a cozy warm feeling to think that it's an Eyetechs product and not a MAI-made product, so be it.
> and you have no technical knowledge of their chip
Do I need that knowledge to write MAI off as a second-rate design company?Their to-market time is too slow (they are still in the SD-RAM era), their products have too many problems and their ability to fix problems leaves to be desired.