g-sensor in a81e?

millionmonkeys
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Re: g-sensor in a81e?

Postby millionmonkeys » Wed Nov 10, 2010 12:05 pm

No doubt mp4nation will provide free g-sensor upgrades for existing MIDnite customers.

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Re: g-sensor in a81e?

Postby Raz » Wed Nov 10, 2010 12:12 pm

millionmonkeys wrote:No doubt mp4nation will provide free g-sensor upgrades for existing MIDnite customers.


Well i hope thats a joke as it makes no sense. There's no way we can do that and secondly we do not advertise the midnite with one, never have or ever hinted at the fact.

If you have any gripe with why someone with an a81e has a gsensor then take it up with whoever sold it to them or the factory. It has nothing to do with us.

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Re: g-sensor in a81e?

Postby Huggy » Wed Nov 10, 2010 12:17 pm

millionmonkeys wrote:No doubt mp4nation will provide free g-sensor upgrades for existing MIDnite customers.


lol maybe I can complain to Dell why they didn't upgrade my laptop for free when they refreshed their series with a new CPU...
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Re: g-sensor in a81e?

Postby technomancer » Wed Nov 10, 2010 1:32 pm

[quote="admin"]They can call it whatever they want, we will call it the MIDnite ]

Any chance you can call it the MIDnite-G? ;)
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Re: g-sensor in a81e?

Postby Raz » Wed Nov 10, 2010 2:18 pm

technomancer wrote:
admin wrote:They can call it whatever they want, we will call it the MIDnite ]

Any chance you can call it the MIDnite-G? ;)


Could do, but not really needed, i would only do it if the fw were not compatible anymore, but any updates will work on all models.

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Re: g-sensor in a81e?

Postby millionmonkeys » Wed Nov 10, 2010 6:55 pm

lol maybe I can complain to Dell why they didn't upgrade my laptop for free when they refreshed their series with a new CPU...


Well if you are comparing to Dell
- they wouldnt change the specs of a new model 1 month after releasing it
- they wouldnt pretend a production prototype was ready for sale
- they wouldnt release firmware updates that cause as many problems as they solve

It's pretty clear now with the way things are happening at witstech that they will release what they want, when they want and it looks like mp4nation only hear about the changes after the fact (or after they are alerted by someone checking the witstech website).

As StreetHama says so elegantly

Oh stink! Early adopters get screwed again!

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Re: g-sensor in a81e?

Postby Raz » Wed Nov 10, 2010 7:21 pm

The A81 has been around 1+ year, the A81E has been around for about 3-4months.

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