[maemo-developers] No more 770 bug activity?

From: Dave Neuer dave.neuer at pobox.com
Date: Wed Apr 4 00:30:25 EEST 2007
On 4/3/07, Acadia Secure Networks <acadiasecurenets at aol.com> wrote:
> In comparison, what Nokia has done is a step forward in my opinion,
> although Microsoft, of course  is no paragon of perfection when it comes
> to product support.  I do think Nokia could mitigate this hw
> obsolescence problem for some customers, by having a very generous
> trade-in price to go from the 770 to the N800. In fact, from a marketing
> perspective this could make a lot of sense for a new product category
> like the Internet Tablet. That way Nokia would not have to leave its
> pioneering customers for dead on the "great plains" of product innovation.
> !

This answer is extremely interesting to me coming from someone who has
expressed interest in the "Enterprise Tablet" idea in the SoC

What enterprise wants to use a device that may be abandoned by the
vendor for even fixes for known bugs after 1 and 1/2 years??


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