Originally Posted by T2k
So in other words they don't change any claims but simply modify the specs after release - thanks for confirming my point.
talk about naive....
re-read what I wrote.
I said, that nothing in print about changing specs can absolve the manufacturer from producing a product that does what the advertising claims it does.
In other words, you buy a widget and the box says, this widget does X. The widget has to do X.
what it absolves them from is when the manufacturer makes widget V.2 that the specs for widget V.2 do not have to be the same as widget V.1 .
jeez...some people just cant wait to see their point of view in every single thing that is said... whether its really there or not.
lets get this straight.... NOTHING in any manual or small print ANYWHERE absolves a manufacturer from a product that does not perform as advertised.
one cannot produce a Flying Car, claim it flies, and then in the small print on the owners manual say... "...car may not fly..." or some such silliness. There are laws against that. Pretty simple.
why is this so hard for some people to understand?