19 posts • joined Tuesday 15th January 2008 15:12 GMT
I think I have it
Why buy a small, cheap computer if it isn't cheap?
Because it's small.
it's basically the pyramid of compact, powerful and inexpensive PCs. You can have any two but not all tree, and quite a few people are willing to pay more if it means a system is compact and powerful.
Multi touch starcraft
"And another thing- why are Multitouch demos always resizing photos and zooming in on Google Earth? I mean okay it's a bit cool but isn't everyone a bit bored of that? Surely something like a multitouch Starcraft battle would be vastly better? If you get a decent touchscreen it is actually quite enjoyable!"
How would proprietary touchscreen technology integrate with a game like starcraft?
Will punching the screen launch a nuke?
And they're just getting started
"The sales will drop to almost zero as thats almost the last exclusive the PS3 has to drive hardware sales."
-Um... what about God of War and GTR? Those are their biggest exclusives and will no doubt make the PS3 sales skyrocket.
Think different - get assimilated
The end result of the Air is going to be hundreds of Apple junkies carrying around bundles of USB adapters and battery packs.
People make fun of Microsoft for being Borg like but ultimately Apple is the one that will turn you in to a wire bound cyborg ... although on the plus side you will be whiter and prettier then the other borgs.
Also your cube will have beveled edges.
There are many surgeons that strongly believe that playing games will improve hand eye coordination, and that's very useful for any surgeon. However the Wii is not the first choice for this kind of training, the DS offers a system does a far better job since it's far more delicate and uses a stylus which is a lot more like a scalpel then a Wii-mote.
We do a lot of multimedia for trade shows and since the beginning of last year there has been a phenomenal demand for HD video. We thought we'd have a hell of a time with deciding if we will go for HD-DVD or BR but then we realized: hey! HD-DVD doesn't even have a burner out yet.
So that made decisions a lot easier.