I can understand
why people want these sort of things but I am in awe of the way they can be made to want them immediately.
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What company feels the need to replace working desktop PC's with Ultrabooks? As for the almighty fondle slab, the idle rich who love paying for two capped data plans, will enjoy their "New IPad" until they reach their data cap. Have fun with that. I'll be checking out the WIFI version, since WiFi is everywhere and Sprint doesn't have LTE anyway (nor is it among the networks supporting the iPad).
i wish out company would replace my desktop pc with an ultra book. my pc is slow and constantly throwing memory errors when i reboot it. and it ties me to the desk. if we had ultra books instead, we could easily hot desk, and it'd break our tendency to keep files and applications on the pc rather than storing them on the network servers
replace my desktop pc with an ultra book ... it'd break our tendency to keep files and applications on the pc
In my experience it's the other way round - as soon as someone has a device they can take home they want to keep all their work on it so they can lose it on the train or whatever.
If you give them a ten kilo metal crate they can't shift then the reluctantly consider the option of the versioned, replicated, fully-backed-up network storage.
It's over three hundred quid. You could get a hundred points of good beer round here for that - almost a fortnight of good drinking.
It all depends on one's priorities, of course, but it's a substantial outlay for something that while 'fun' and even perhaps 'convenient', is unlikely to to make it as far as 'essential' or 'profitable' on anyone's list.
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