Apple's products are "mutant viruses" that need to be cured, Acer's creator Stan Shih claimed to reporters late Wednesday. Shih saw Steve Jobs' insistence on revolutionary hardware as creating rampant but short-term growth for devices like the iPad and iPhone. While initially successful, the approach would eventually be defeated by competition that "evolves naturally" and becomes "immune" to the Apple effect, the executive insisted.
Acer is just jealous of Apple's advancement and is plain mediocre in their quality control and construction of their machines. I owned one and a piece of crap it turned out to be.Sold it after 5 months and bought a Asus which truthfully I should have bought an Apple in the first place.J
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