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  • chumpanid61 chumpanid61 Nov 15, 2012 7:39 PM Flag

    Het GETANID61.......is this news recent e_nuff for ya?

    LOLOLOLOL

    'Not surprisingly, enterprise buyers aren't interested in Surface RT (ARM CHIPS). "What the hell are we going to do with it?" said one source I talked to. The source works at a major financial institution, where Microsoft reps recently pitched Surface RT. "You can only run them in an unmanaged environment -- we'd have to be crazy" to use them, my source said.'

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    • I.T. Managers LOLing at ARMH. LOL

    • Hey Chump,

      "Not surprisingly, enterprise buyers aren't interested in Surface RT "

      Not surprisingly, they're not interested in an xbox either...
      Not surprisingly, today Dell's reported income fell 47% (x86 chips)
      Nor surprisingly, HP (x86 chips) expected to report disappointing numbers this month (x86 chips)
      Not surprisingly, Microsoft just had a weak Q (x86 chips)

      Qualcomm (ARM chips) guiding double digit growth, Qualcomm now bigger than INtel !!!!
      Samsung having record Qs (ARM chips)
      NVidia's Tegra (ARM chips) grew 50% this Q, just had a record Q

      Are you gonna bash Apple's Ipad & iphone (ARM chips) ??
      fyi, Apple working on ARM chips to oust (x86 chips) entirely...

      btw, can you tell me has INTC numbers gone up or down (x86 chips) ??

      in case you missed it
      ARMH at 52 week highs
      INTC at 52 week lows

      Have a nice night...:)

 
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