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I guess that stopping the recent production line means possibly two things: Applying the technology in your own products/hardware under a new product name (e.g. Apple iTouch) Or Redesigning/adapting the exisiting line of products, a make-over. Imagine wacom bought fingerworks and wants to use the te...
by bbotje
29 Aug 2005, 16:07
 
Forum: News about FingerWorks
Topic: .....67% chance it's Apple... because...
Replies: 43
Views: 25847

Just bought the very last minikeyboard in stock at a rsi specialized company - got a nice discount too, since they couldn't guarantee replacement anymore. I am very happy indeed. (Yes, they knew the FW products price were soaring at ebay, but didn't take advantage of me) Ofcourse I asked them what t...
by bbotje
24 Aug 2005, 12:00
 
Forum: News about FingerWorks
Topic: .....67% chance it's Apple... because...
Replies: 43
Views: 25847

.....67% chance it's Apple... because...

Technology is great. No single doubt. Guess Fingerworks is too small/intellectual to produce and market efficient and market with profit. The makers are bright engineers rather than marketeers. (A purple keybooard, the typography on the mini... com'on) Problem is: Learning curve / acceptation, distr...
by bbotje
10 Jul 2005, 00:40
 
Forum: News about FingerWorks
Topic: .....67% chance it's Apple... because...
Replies: 43
Views: 25847

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