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Comment Re:Not surprised (Score 1) 454

The topic is XP's antiquated graphics architecture. One example of that is XP's inability to provide hardware-accelerated font-rendering for applications. Another is XP's atrocious graphics in portrait mode. All the goodies borne from the new graphics architecture point to Microsoft's decision to rewrite major parts of XP instead of pushing out more service packs being the right one.

Comment Re:Demand depends on the price. (Score 1) 249

You are going to trust your personal information on a 10$ device that's always connected to the Internet? But let's say it becomes a success. How much would it cost to teach 100 million people how to put their private information on their own web server securely? Maybe a 10$ device is not so cheap after all.

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