So wait, it supports a processor that was introduced 7 years ago in November 2008, has room for the minimum about of RAM I'd expect on a modern PC, and well under half what I could have installed on my desktop 3 years ago, only room for two hard drives, and a 4k screen? it really doesn't sound that great.
You try lugging that desktop around in a bag and we'll see how that works out for you. Hint: laptops aren't desktops for a reason. Also, the M3800 sports Haswell CPUs (another hint! i7 indicates relative strength within a series, it's not the series itself), which were definitely not introduced 7 years ago. Better luck next time.
The difference is that Stop Signs have a legal basis and if you fail to stop at them, you can be fined.
Yes, the notion of a stop sign is enshrined into law. This proposed law would do the same for vaccines. That's not what I call a difference.
You want the license to drive, then you agree to play by the rules that keeps everyone safer.
Yep. And if you want your children to go to school, you agree to play by the rules that keep everyone safer.
Comparing the 147 who got infected to the entire population of the US is disingenuous and you know it. Might as well compare it to the population of the Earth for how little it matters. What matters is that a significant number of children were infected by a deadly disease. This time around, everyone was safe and nothing bad happened. How many times do you want to roll the wheel of fortune?
You can directly trace the slow uptake of many consumer platforms in the corporate sector to how little support they have for central management.
it's questionable whether or not it's actual gameplay or just pre-rendered cut scenes from the game engine.
It's not questionable at all. When devs actually use in-game footage, they'll rub it in your face in every way possible. In-engine footage is marketing speak for "We wish we could do something like that, but right now it's running at 2 fps on SLI Titan Xs and all the animations are static".