11 posts • joined 16 Mar 2007
Well, they have edited the site now to remove the "Will you stay away from the web" part, but still, it all seems a bit silly.
Not exactly groundbreaking...
This came out two years ago in Japan, for 210000 yen or, for at the time, £1000. How can they justify tripling the price on a two year old product?
Surely they can't blame VAT for this difference!
Here it is, same product and more than half the price!
This reads almost like it could be a plot-line from BOFH! Perhaps inspiration for one of the upcoming ones eh?
Out in Japan already
These have been available in Japan since last November for 200000 yen (£900) and are available to buy in some larger electronic stores.
Downloading the latest bittorrent? The mind positively boggles at what the hell this is really supposed to mean.
Grandad, have you been writing for The Register now?
Where is the extra cash going?
So its $1449 extra for the Warcraft branding then. This includes the add-on game that these people already have, a beta-testing run and a figure.... gotta say, thats one crappy deal right there.
@Anonymous Coward: But one thing for sure is, a -110V shock would hurt more than a -10V one.
Are we taking into account AC vs DC voltage, the frequency at which the AC voltage is, and the wattage of the current? These things aren't as absolute as they first seem!
I'm sure that black colour will perfectly complement the Red Ring of Death!
A bit late!
This isn't news! It's not happening now either, as I have it on good authority that this event happened a good 12000000 years ago!
So, what are the chances of a huge Total Recall like ice melt and 'blue skies on Mars'?
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