Re: Electronic Ecosystems
it's different strokes for different folks. and purposes... looking at your system choices.
-$1200 Desktop Computer
-$250 Chromebook (maybe $1500 Chromebook Pixel?)
I'd take the desktop, why? because a thousand dollar desktop would be kick ass, that's why, whilst a thousand dollar mac would just be standard. a 250 dollar chrome book is a toy.
-$1000 Surface Pro (or another Windows 8 ultra book)
-$1000 Macbook Air
again the windows machine is going to win, sure mac book airs are sweet, but a thousand dollar laptop is going to be sweeter...
-$600 Surface RT (or another windows RT tablet)
-$400 Nexus 10
it's got to be the ipad of the nexus, personally i just prefer the ipad, the surface rt is practically a joke, it's a sort of half windows, running on a completely different architecture so the apps that you know and love won't work. -which is a big problem, don't get me wrong I like MS products as much as the next person, in fact I work in computer support and get paid well for fixing things where ms products are rubbish. but if it weren't for the fact that the programs that we all know and love were compiled for and working on windows then we'd all be saving hundreds of dollars and using Linux instead! Surface RT desperately needs apps. and not just apps that MS decide to allow. it needs apps like there used to be for windows mobile, where you could just download and run from where-ever and everything was fine. not a solution that's mandatory ties to an app store.
-$100 Windows Phone 8
-$200 iPhone 5
-$200 Android Phone
an iphone. because it's awesome. or at least because I'm already invested with app purchases etc that I'd bring from my 4s to a 5...
there is no one eco system to rule them all.
I didn’t fight my way to the top of the food chain to be a vegetarian…
Im sick of people saying 'dont waste paper'. If trees wanted to live, they'd all carry guns.
"The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; The inherent vice of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries."