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Discussion in 'iPad 4 Forum' started by dreamerdonkey, Jan 4, 2013.
As a consumer, I look at value for my money, so profit margin is irrelevant to me when I shop.
Same for me. In fact, I have never made a purchase with any concern whatsoever about somebody's profit margin. I seriously doubt anyone else does. Yet, apple manages to be very profitable when others before it and after have not.
This column from the Harvard Business Review may be of interest.
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I separate my investment strategy from my consumption. When I shop, what I get out of the transaction is what counts. So yes, I will pay more in instances when I see higher value.
Sometimes, some companies deliver great value to me, but they might not be making much profit. That's their prob. If they can't figure out how to run their business, too bad for them.
When I invest, I filter from a different perspective.
I don't have allegiance toward companies in either case. If they can't deliver for me, I move on. I'm not emotionally invested in them.
Ergo, "never fall in love with a stock."
I enjoyed the back and forth. Thanks for the feedback.
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Found one, I think kindle fire HD have a decent screen and its price is also reasonable. By the way is any kindle fire HD user exist in this forum. If any please tell me how is it. Please give me an overall review. Thanks in advance.
I have two 7" ones, but I use them primarily for books and movies. I do most of my browsing, etc., on iPads. They work really well for me.
My friend also need it for book reading. Thanks for providing you feedback.
Exactly! Retina is just a brand name that Apple uses to market the display on their devices (ipad, ipod, iphone and soon the iTV) but the actual resolution is bested by the recently released Nexus 10. Here are the official specs from Google itself: Nexus 10 Tech Specs - Google
And here are some independent reviews/articles which state the obvious (Nexus 10 has a sharper display than the latest iPad 4):
Google Nexus 10 Bests iPad's Retina Display - Hardware -
Is The Nexus 10 Better Than The Fourth Generation iPad? | WebProNews
Larry Magid: Hands-on With Google's New Nexus 10 Tablet
I have both the retina iPad and the Nexus 10. I can't tell a difference between them, other than the iPad has less noticeable backlight bleed. I also had an Asus Infinite iPad TF700. It was essentially the same too. And I had a Kindle Fire HD 8.9 and once again, resolution wise, they all looked the same (though the Kindle Fire HDs screen would easily & noticeably distort if you place any pressure along the border of the display). In terms of reading text or graphics on these screen, they are practically the same.