Usually places in these "Top ten", "Best in show" etc. are bought with ads (sometimes with real money), just like in score of 95% in Computer Games Magazines, and the page of "Cool expensive tech stuff you need right now" in the in flight magazine.
Until there is a way to verify the legitimacy of these lists, I will treat them as ads (i.e ignore them)
Warranty is only used as an indicator on how the producer values their product. We have stopped doing RMA on failed disks, as the refurbished ones we get back are crap and usually fails within a year (often within a week), with the work that causes and considering the cost of labor, it is cheaper to buy new drives, and scrap the broken ones.
If all the facts are as truthful as the ones that are obviously false, this whole presentation is a fraud and real fraud in the legal sense. Dear KPMG are all your fundraising campaigns of this caliber or have you just recently started hiring scam artists from the MLM sector?
I want a smart tv so that I too can unknowingly contribute with a node in a botnet. In the expected life time of a TV the "smart" stuff will be relevant for at most 30% and it will be safe to put on the internet for 0-10%
Slashdot needs better story moderation.
By using click bait language you are poisoning my neural network to actually try to deciper the sentence rater than just ignore it as normal ads. Please do not do this.