As Dell prepares to go private, founder admits quick rise of tablets surprised him
0. phoneArena posted on 05 Feb 2013, 06:08
Smartphones and tablets have grown tremendously in the last couple of years but while that’s all obvious now, a couple of years ago traditional PCs still seemed…
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1. lyndon420 posted on 05 Feb 2013, 07:15 2 0
Snooze you loose. I do miss my Dell Streak5 somewhat though.
2. cezarepc posted on 05 Feb 2013, 07:18 1 0
I sure hope they learned a lot from the Dell Streak.
3. rusticguy posted on 05 Feb 2013, 07:46 1 0
So Dell basically is another company to live on Microsoft Coupons in addition to Nokia :D
5. XPERIA-KNIGHT posted on 05 Feb 2013, 08:20 1 0
yea looks like another good and honest company about to be under the strict and selfish commands of microsoft....smh
at this point i dont know what to believe "for them".......i guess ill just believe to see them gain success out of this dark road they may be heading to...and hope something good can come out of this for everyone as well :(
6. rusticguy posted on 05 Feb 2013, 08:33 2 0
Looks like Plan B in case Nokia tries to act funny down the line :)
4. BadAssAbe posted on 05 Feb 2013, 08:05 0 0
Thanks Apple for the tablet Boom, I always wanted one since I was a kid.
That is all, take your billions and let every one else do the job right.
7. pookiewood posted on 05 Feb 2013, 09:53 0 0
I'm a huge MS fan but I think it's time MS got a reality check with the price of their OS. Not only to them but Intel for the Price of their procs as well. We are in an age where people want cheap devices to consume content while still being able to do real work. The Surface is PERFECT for this. The problem? Price! It's the same across the board with every Windows Tablet. Now that the price is up to normal for Win8 I don't see those prices dropping. Give the OS away(cheap). Make money on the marketplace! Save the PC Industry!
8. RagingCalm posted on 05 Feb 2013, 10:40 0 0
He can blame tablets if it helps him rationalize his declining business but the reality dell took its eye off the ball many years ago. Speaking as a dell partner and customer they have become increasingly bureaucratic and difficult to work with over the years, to the point we now just buy used gear on eBay as the purchasing experience is that much better. Dell used to be an awesome company, they aren't anymore and that's a big part of what's hurting them. The people we used to work with there are the first to admit it.