[maemo-users] Nokia device usage

From: Mark wolfmane at gmail.com
Date: Thu Mar 5 20:53:32 EET 2009
On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 11:47 AM, Fernando Cassia <fcassia at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 3:44 PM, Mark <wolfmane at gmail.com> wrote:
>> And then, you may be able to sell that bike, but for only a tiny
>> fraction of what you paid for it, which means any way you look at it
>> you were ripped off. Telling somebody to "just sell" something that
>> they paid hard-earned cash for and will have to take a huge loss on is
>> callous and unrealistic. Especially when what they really want is for
>> the thing to live up to its potential.
>> Mark
> It seems to me that the user is complaining about Nokia when in fact
> he´s to blame for not doing proper homework before buying.
> Please let me know what are the points in "Nokia´s sales literature"
> that are false or promises that are not fulfilled.
> FC

Yeah, the old "buyer beware" bull hockey. Believe me, I will never,
EVER buy another Nokia product, but until I bought my N800 I
considered Nokia to be trustworthy. Your statement implies full
knowledge on Nokia's part that they were doing something underhanded.
Otherwise, why would anybody need to delve so deeply before buying?

I have a great idea. *You* show *me* anything at all in Nokia's sales
language that suggests that the tablets are anything but a full-blown
consumer device. That will be a *much* shorter list...


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