Netflix is facing immense competition from its rivals.
Netflix is available in a lot of countries. And the competition varies in each country. In Canada, there really is only two competitors and they're not even as good as Netflix Canada.
I cannot imagine Apple creating an affordable car for the masses like for example the iPhone.
Affordable, like the iPhone? You're kidding, right?
Without carrier-subsidized cell phone payment plans, "the masses" would not be using iPhones as much as they are right now and most people would be using low-end Android phones instead.
PS4 sales may exceed Xbox One sales but that depends heavily on the region and most of all it depends on your friends.
I have four friends with an Xbox One and one of them also has a PS4. I don't know anyone who only has a PS4.
FIY, intel's "skylake" has nothing to do with the sky or lakes.
Potential PS4 buyers may have Xbox One and/or PC friends and still want to play with their friends.
Let's say you have four friends with Xbox One and twelve friends with PCs. Right now, with Sony's decision, buying a PS4 means you're not being to play your friends. To do that you must buy either Xbox One or PC. You're not going to force your 16 friends to buy a PS4.
And that's how it benefits Sony: staying a valid buying option.
Well, sub-$200 cards then.
I didn't see the "video" at the end of his comment. Since we're talking about GPUs I assumed we were talking about 4K gaming.
And how does that make you feel? - Counselor Troi
And for the little kids still confused about the Pascal/C++ jokes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
Nobody has the money to afford one of these things. You don't need one, either. It serves no purpose. An affordable video card is totally capable of outputting 4k or even 8k video with no problem.
So where are those sub-$100 Pascal-based videocards?
Your affordable is another man's can't afford one. Same thing goes for the Titan X.
And don't forget that Canada has a maple syrup reserve. That stuff is super-sticky.
Damnit Gen-GNU, I'm an architect, not a doctor!
You don't have to know how the computer works, just how to work the computer.