Originally Posted by seifer0406
What are you talking about? You wanted to reference a post that wasn't there.
Do you not understand the term "average"? When you have a statistic showing the average consumer, it factors in their way of using the laptop. That's why I asked you what it is that you do that is out of the norm.
lol.....I give up. Let's say you need open heart surgery and you're deciding between 2 hospitals. One hospital has a 10% mortality rate and the other has 20% mortality rate for your particular surgery. You're basically saying that you would ignore these stats because you could still be the unlucky 10% even if you go to the hospital with the lower mortality rate. Maybe those 20% that died were smokers. I mean, can your constitution be exactly the same as theirs?
-It was a reference to your post about i5s.
-How does the average consumer treat their laptop? What is an average treatment of a laptop? Here's an example. I carried my laptop in my bag today. I happened to have 2 textbooks in it as well. If I lay my bag down a certain way, the books put weight on my laptop. Over time, the weight of the books weaken the structure of the screen and top frame. If my bag tips over a certain way, the impact shakes the interior parts of the computer. Now, I don't handle my laptop with precise care every minute and every second. How do you treat your gear? I bet it differs from the way I treat mine.
-Well, it depends on the doctor doesn't it? It depends on what he does during the surgery. Depends on the procedures he completed, and the mistakes he made. Does he operate the exact same way, every patient, every day? Can he? It isn't scripted.