Originally Posted by brinox
ceelo, i am sorry but your post is a little over the edge... there are those of us that are not as technically savvy as you or myself, or a good amount of those that use this forum.
if i were to say to my brother "Hey! this new XPS system has 'Turbocache'!" he would be dumbfounded. the fact that it says turbocache means nothing to the average consumer. and why would someone be too lazy to do research when he or she does not question the product that is being advertised, blatantly even. this option was posted VERY carefully in such a way that 90%, if not more, of the people that saw it read 256mb of on board and went about their checkout process.
not every single consumer is going to go through every technical term associated with his or her system before buying it because that creates a very large hassle that consumers have forever shunned. technical definitions are hard for a lot of people to easily pick up on its up to the companies selling things to make it easier for it's consumers to understand to give them competitive advantage.
Your brother would probably be dumbfounded if you mentioned the term Core Duo. My point is, anytime you are looking to purchase the latest in technology, you should do some research first, especially if you are investing over $1000. Don't you think anyone looking to spend that kind of money should at least know what they are buying? Besides, if you don't know what TurboCache means, you probably won't even know what you are missing.