8 posts • joined 6 Jul 2007
@ Adam Foxton
You want advance warning? They do appear to be giving people somewhere in the region of 77 days, or well in excess of two months.
I'd consider that fair warning...
Unless you've got a veeeeeeeeery slow internet connection, you should be ok. Just.
I've got one of these
No really, I do. I was sent it free to trial it.
Since using it in my SE phone for the last year or so, I've lost weight, got a new car and been on holiday to Las Vegas and Shanghai. There's no actual evidence that they could be linked to the battery, but it's got to be more than just coincidence.
It's not £400...
...but a *slightly* more reasonable £349, although Play (and probably others) have it available to order at £300.
@ Stefan Paetow
There are Boeing and/or Airbus fanboys? I sincerely hope you're wrong, but I fear you've got it correct.
As for Airbus and Boeing now knowing that building planes is not an easy task, one would have assumed that they knew that some years ago, or am I giving these companies too much credit?
Paris Hilton: Tenuous aeroplane/airhead link.
I'm not at all fussed...
...by who 'wins' this race, but I've never considered the Wii to be a competitor to the PS3 and Xbox. As far as I can see it's targeting an entirely different audience.
And doing that remarkably well, I might add.
Hundreds of thousands
Is the PR bunny you spoke to Levenshulme's Tina Farrel?
"Since when did Britain use miles per hour?"
Pretty much throughout the entire history of the country, or at least ever since miles were invented. We even measure fuel economy in miles per gallon.
Mind you, we buy our fuel in litres...
Why pick on Dell?
Because the ASA only respond to complaints. I'd guess nobody has bothered complaining about Canon, HP, et al.
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