Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> This was said before, but this time it comes from a system builder which has
> been feeling cozy with Microsoft for a long time.
Good grief, royboy! Do you so disrespect your audience that you think
that you can sneak this kind of misstatement past them? Maybe the COLA
choir, but surely not anyone else! LOL!! Even the horribly anti-MS
Register goes on to say:
"But Acer has high hopes for the PC market next year, and Vista will
play its part in fuelling sales, chairman JT Wang told reporters
attending the company's 30th birthday this week.
His optimism is shared by other PC builders, which are racing to buy
components for Vista-capable PCs. This has created a supply shortage in
the last couple of weeks for CPUs, DRAM, chipsets and lithium
batteries, according to EMSNow. JT Wang is doing his bit to help out:
he has been spotted at American vendors drumming up supplies for Acer,
the electronics trade magazine reports."
Hardly a sign of any feet of clay.