NVIDIA – We are screwing consumers so hard and it’s working

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      NVIDIA: So you want this GPU?  (SLAP)

      GAMER: Please sir can I have another?


      Gamers are spending $300 more on Nvidia’s GPUs, even without the scalpers


      Consumers are concerned about NVIDIA’s pricing policy. Transparent communication and reasonable pricing are critical for developing confidence and a great user experience.


      Planned obsolescence
      In economics and industrial design, planned obsolescence is a policy of planning or designing a product with an artificially limited useful life or a purposely frail design, so that it becomes obsolete after a certain pre-determined period of time upon which it decrementally functions or suddenly ceases to function, or might be perceived as unfashionable.

      Planned obsolescence = means that stuff is made to break specifically and intentionally.

      Planned obsolescence is a business model for a lot of these companies now. What sucks is when it’s your smart phone or car and it will break down every 60K miles. The phones only last how long? I would say it would make sense 3-4 years, which is the duration of a grade school. They rotate ’em out.

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