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(ZDNet)   If you've ever wanted to pay $1000 for a tablet with a battery life of four hours, do we have good news for you   ( divider line
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2012-12-02 01:18:23 AM  

jso2897: Surool: Vegan Meat Popsicle: Surool: Having to keep it plugged into a wall most of the time defeats the point of a tablet completely.

If you don't want it is, maybe you shouldn't comment on it.

I can comment in any thread I want you silly douche-nozzle. I see tons of negative comments about products on Fark, but I've never seen anyone dumb enough to suggest that you aren't allowed to comment on a product you don't want to buy.

Really - now, someone who has owned and used a product can legitimately (if anecdotally) claim superior experience over a person who has no hands-on with a product - but that's not really the same thing.

So, according to you, I need to buy the battery vampire that can't be far from recharging before I can say that buying a battery vampire product is stupid?

"Truly, your logic is dizzying"

I guess if people like you didn't exist, no one would have ever bought a Zune.
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