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Dell in trouble


gi7omy

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Seems Dell tried to shift laptops with lower grade CPUs to China - and left some people a shade unhappy

 

Article here

 

Dell...."did not update marketing materials in China prior to making the change to the T2300E processor" which does not support visualization.

 

That might make a computer buyer a tad unhappy.

 

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And I'm one to believe that DELL knew what they were doing all along.

 

This is similar to another example: The Electric company in our state charged rates higher than what was allowed by the public utilities commission. So after they were caught, they reimbursed those that sent in a form for the mistake. Well guess what ? they made millions including interest on the deal. Even if they have to reimburse everyone a few cents, they make a lot of money just on the interest they have accumulated.

 

It takes some pretty smart "bean counters" to figure out all these ways of making money . Another best example of how to make money with other peoples money is the "rebate" process. Hey, give me a million dollars that I can put in my bank at a small interest rate and let me keep it for 2 months before I have to send a check back to those that buy my products. Then usually there will only be a small percent of the people that will ever send in all the information they need to get the rebate. MORE MONEY for the company.

 

Frank...

 

 

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