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Old 18 March 2015, 15:05   #2
crazyc
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I think that evidence over the last however many years would suggest that it is safer to work on the premise that (a) however much it is promised, if it doesn't exist for sale now, then it will either never exist or will come to market much later than hoped for and (b) buy it for what it is capable of at the point of purchase, not what it might be capable of after further software development in future.
Obviously some products don't follow this, but if you want to upgrade your kit, then you might be waiting for a while if you are holding out for newer stuff.
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