I'll be more impressed if I could get Edge to actually work using much of the internet. I don't give a crap about it's battery life.
I'm interested to know what specific parts of the internet you are referring to. Granted, I haven't used the browser for terribly much (in case I didn't make it clear in my original post, my browser of choice is still Chrome), but I haven't noticed anything not functioning as intended.
Replace the electronics when it's actually dead or doesn't meet your needs, not just because it's not as shiny as it once was.
The problem that you, like most tech-savvy posters on
Of course, this is why most of us here work in tech, and not in sales or marketing. Our needs and tastes tend to differ when placed next to those of the average consumer, and we often make assertions about the worth of a product based on those same metrics.
Too bad there's no microSD adapter for the Vita like there was for the PSP, so I'm still stuck buying Sony's overpriced memory card.
Ay. My only suggestion there is to keep an eye out during black friday sales, and even potentially getting a used one. Either way, I really hope that Sony doesn't pull this shit again, should they make another handheld.
Also, Chrome sucks at memory management.
This gets said a lot, but Chrome is also (possibly) the most feature rich browser in existence. I think it is hard to make a comparison, really.
The SJW's who say "A private company isn't obligated to respect your civil rights"
I think you have that backwards. The SJW types are usually the ones crying for more censorship and control, not less. No SJW would tell you that a private company isn't obligated to respect your civil rights. If anything, the would seek to crush any business that doesn't conform to their hyper-progressive worldview.
One good reason why computers can do more work than people is that they never have to stop and answer the phone.