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Historians has noted how technology has regressed to the point that there was no proper solution of sealing a mere phone's back without destroying it while opening in 2016.
The Xbox One is an engineering disaster for a custom made consumer product that isn't intended to be user serviceable. It's like a "Holy $@#^ we forgot that we are making a next-gen console, gotta ship this thing to stores before Holidays 2013, so just slap everything up with no thought whatsoever" hackjob.
-Why use a huge Intel retail type HSF instead of a custom cooling solution like the PS4 did?
-Why is the HDD placed completely inside the case in a manner that wastes unnecessary space and prevent users from accessing it from the outside?
-Why is the motherboard so big? There are lots of wasted PCB space that can be cut.
-Why even use a standard PC sized optical drive?
-If all those wasn't enough yet, add a external power brick to it. Again.
Before somebody tries to flame me, please explain how Valve was able to make a smaller machine with completely off-the-shelf-parts including the PSU and a GTX 780, yet much more powerful in CPU/GPU power and infinitely more user serviceable.
I reckon the lack of SD slot and non-removable battery, plus repairing is stupid difficult and HTC's lousy track record of after release support drove tons of people away from this phone.
I for one will NOT buy a phone with a battery isn't user removable at all, especially if I'm locked into the 2 year contract. Batteries usually start to go bad after a year and I also don't want to worry about how to maximize my battery lifespan when I can simply go Samsung and replace the battery when it goes south.
Quando isso acontecer, você poderá ver um gráfico da reputação que ele adquiriu ao longo do tempo.
Aqui está uma prévia de como será o gráfico:
Nenhuma reputação adquirida ainda.