Absurd or provocative
Originally Posted by thehappyman
"Delicat" is right that Dell needs to address the bad LCD problem promptly.......
However, the notion that thousands of us should suffer and buy Dell's inferior screens just to clear out thier defective inventory is TOTALLY absurd - Dell should be the one to make good on thier promises to us !!!!!
Happyman: I should have put some smiley's
))) with my "absurd" comments suggesting that ppl stop complaining about the LCD's on this forum to help clear out the defective inventory. I was just looking at the issue from a possible Dell perspective. The less complaints, the more are sold and the quicker they can offer a real quality LCD and bury this whole issue. But of course from our perspective (the customer), who has shelled out thousands of $ for a product that is the most used tool/product in their home/work life and that some of us are required to look at for over 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, just in order to earn a living (let alone play games etc) the quality of the screen (and it's effect on our eyes, head and the indirect affects on rest of our bodies and mind) is pretty damn important.
Then again many ppl don't have much discipline or give a **** about their own comfort and health and put up with **** for years, un-ergonomic seats, innappropriate height desks, beds that are bad for backs, innappropriate spouses, and smoke cigarettes and other carcenogenic (cancer causing) substances and take performance enhancing and other potentially health damaging substances (alcohol and other drugs).
I do feel a littel bit sorry for Dell, if they got dudded by a manufcaturer/supplier. Just like an Australian 3G mobile phone network that went through hell in it's first year after one well known handset manufacturer supplied absolutely aweful quality products that caused their staff and management huge amounts of grief in trying to resolve and pacify thousands of really pissed off customers. Note: that the mobile phone is for many ppl probably No 2. most used tool/product that we use in our lives.