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That’s relative. If you look at a Q4 E-tron, for instance, the lack of OTA updates, HP, lack of frunk, small storage space in the back, charging and sketchy UI isn’t worth the price tag. For every model there are always pros and cons.
And who made Apple solely responsible for Foxconn’s behavior? What the fuck is Microsoft doing about it? Or Amazon or Google? Or HP or Intel or Vizio? Why is it Apple’s problem and no one else’s? And why don’t you bitch out anyone you see using a Belkin accessory about their complicitness in these atrocities? (FoxConn owns Belkin, fyi.) If you want to be petty fine. But don’t be a fucking hypocrite just because “Apple Bad”.
>Right, they change the exterior and aesthetics to make it look like they've actually innovated to any meaningful extent. It is to entice people to buy a new model. Most don't care if the car has a new motor and now does 120 HP instead of 100. So looks are needed. ​ >Dumb phones is analogous to dumb (ICE) cars. As technology improves (including FSD) we're going to transition from a focus on hardware to a focus on software and the added value/ecosystem it provides. EVs are not the leaps and bounds ahead of ICE cars. There is no reason the Software can't work in an ICE car (and advanced cruise control is working very well in ICE cars). > I and many others care far less about aesthetics and far more safety and technology. Show me a new grille and I'll say meh. Show me safety data and I'll be ready to put my kids in it. Most are about price tho. > Just looking at their numbers — demand, vehicle (hardware) margins, FSD (software) being publicly available and understanding economies of scale tells me a story of increasing margins. If you look at the order numbers that are coming out of China and Europe, and the decline in used Tesla prices - then no it doesn't tell that story.
I remember watching that show from the sidelines in 1999. I didn't understand much of anything about equities or investing at the time, but it was really wild to see some of those tech stocks rocket. Cisco was another insane chart in 97-2000. I owned some Compaq, which did well for a while until it didn't, and then got bought by HP. Also owned a few domain names. Would have owned many more had I any idea what kind of ridiculous digital land rush was about to happen. Linux was *the next big thing* at the time. It was in vogue to hate Bill Gates & everything Microsoft, despite virtually everyone using Microsoft products.
So I thought it was Tuesday and tried to sell those CRWD HRL and WOOF poots. Wat an asshat. Anyways, the wife wants to get me a new laptop for Xmas. Not a gamer. Just bulls XLS and the like. So a decent Dell or HP on sale. How much memory I need for that. Current POS is so old and takes so long to boot up etc.
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I don’t get it at all. Park revenues are through the roof, D+ has been killing it. Yes, theater revenues are down, but they replaced it with streaming subscribers. They own all the IP with the most rabid fans except HP, which is honestly a liability with the public perception of JKR these days. What does the street see that I don’t see?
SMCI is not in a bubble. The business has produced explosive, sustainable growth and has had margin expansion for a few quarters. It has consistently beaten analyst estimates and is a staple of the server space, which it really only shares with two giant competitors Dell and HP. Just because it went up doesn't mean it's in a bubble, the stock has simply received a long-overdue rerating. I have watched the stock soar with great envy as it has been on my watchlist for over a year but I never pulled the trigger.
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Is this the HP hardware division? I used to live in Boise. HP was known as a horrible place to work and somewhere that was never doing well as a business. Working there was basically a layoff waiting to happen and everyone with a good skillset left a decade ago at this point. Also according to former employees they violated the EEOC by telling interviewers to only recommend underrepresented minority candidates for hire to HR.
You’re right. And that was before HP bought them. Those phones were the last gasp attempt at remaining a viable brand and they unfortunately flopped hard. HP bought the patents, not the brand. They were never interested in bringing palm back.
Yea. End of 2025 is 3 years away. HP has ~51k employees. If 5% of employees leave every year (average of 20 year tenure, this is an assumption intended to be conservative of how many people leave) then you have 2.5k employees leaving every year. 3 years of just not replacing employees = 7.5k less employees.
I can’t speak for any company but at the lArge tech company i work for employee PCs are HP. Every new hire is given an HP automatically (plus dock and charger). Not sure about the default displays and mice (i upgraded my own) but there’s a good chance those are HP as well
This is a smart move for HP. With tech companies doing massive layoffs across the board there will be a lot less demand for all those personal laptops, printers, and other peripherals that HP sells. So it makes sense to get ahead of it so you don't overproduce things that will only take up warehouse space until they are obsolete. If there's less demand for your product, move resources away from making that product so you can focus more on R&D to make the next product better.
You get a lil bloated when you're a huge, packed turd. NGL I have an HP Envy laptop I bought last year, and I have had no issues with it. I like the display, keyboard, and touchpad. Though, I'm a simple human. I even bought a Simple Human trashcan.
>They can't get market share in enterprise I've never really thought about it but you are right, I work for an MSP So I see what equipment a lot of companies are using and I don't think I've ever seen like a single HP in use for the large companies lol
I wonder what prediction models HP used to see how their current trajectory looked. Surely someone, somewhere brought up how the reputation for HP sucks ass. Someone had to make the decision to continue with butt fucking the customer instead of providing a better product a la brother.
My company switched from Lenovo to HP because the last Lenovo laptop batches we bought were such crap (random crashes, charger not working, etc). I'm using a ProBook 440 G6 right now and it runs quite fine. Better display quality too.
A friend of mine worked at HP on their cloud music service until 2014 or so. I know what you’re thinking: “HP had a cloud music service??”. No, they did not. It was a companion service for the Palm Pre WebOS-based phones and tablets. That project was killed around 2012 if memory serves and I guess they just forgot to kill off the cloud music product so it kept going for a few more years. I don’t think HP will have any trouble finding teams to cut.
I recently bought my 12 year old son a gaming laptop. Did tons of research before deciding. Of all the major manufacturers, HP had the worst features per dollar. Looked at one in person and was not at all impressed by the build quality. Hard Pass on HP.
Hardware is becoming more and more proprietary as well. [Gamers Nexus](https://youtu.be/4OZGmWZyhac) has a bunch of videos about this with OEM's. It's sad because I have an HP-Envy from 2012/2013 and this thing is built with regular parts and able to be upgraded, but over the last few years they've been built more and more to be tossed when they get outdated.
Hey HP: ditch your fucking awful UEFI BIOS. Enable overclocking as each board allows, XMP, PBO settings..all of it. Hide it behind a warranty void switch if you must. Idc about tech support. Offset the cost of Windows licensing by bundling McAfee Norton AOL 4.0, etc. Couldn't care less-i wipe your OEM image immediately anyway. Use retail style parts only. Do all this and I'll recommend you. As for your current bios-it makes all of PCs completely useless for anyone who wants to tune..or ever upgrade beyond stock. MSI has advanced BIOS for their laptops. Their laptops, HP. All of them-you cannot even access XMP on your Omen desktops in BIOS. Nobody wants to use Omen Gaming Hub, Christ.
I ordered a laptop from Hewlett Packard a few months ago and it was shipped directly from China. Pretty much all of HP's employees outside of China are dead weight. All of the remote jobs can be done just as well from Costa Rica or the Philippines.
Jobs & Wozniak tried to sell their personal computer 5 times to HP, and five times they got rejected, because they ran surveys to people who used computers in the library or university, they all ridiculed the idea of having a huge room size computer at home Years later HP would regret that desicion severely. You like in the story are comparing apples to oranges, both fruits but not the same. Thats because even though Tesla sells cars, its not a car company its a big data tech company. AI for automated driving is here & it will leave hundreds of thousands of chofers, truck drivers and cab driver obsolete. How can they ever compete with a driver that doesn't sleep, and drives better than any human being in history and gets exponentialy better the more it drives. You can't they are done! The trucking industry alone earned $875.5 billion in revenue in 2021, There are about 900,000 employed truck drivers in the U.S. who ever has the best trained AI to replace those expensive American workers will win. While other autonomous driving tech companies spend billions building a fake city so a dozen of cars can train its AI non stop, Elon Musk managed to push the cost and the training to the customer. THEY ARE PAYING TO TRAIN TESLAS AI its genius!! Tesla is not a car company its a big data company that fooled people into paying 200 grand to rent the vehicle that trains the AI, just so they can feel better about helping the environment. They don't need to build fake cities to train its AI, people drive them in real cities and train them FOR FREE Tesla stocks will beat even coca cola People who think its another car company will loose out on a generational wealth opportunity just like HP lost the opportunity to own Apple computers
I agree 100% with your comment. In fact, this happens with a lot of female CEO’s. They get hyped up by the mainstream media 24/7, and when they don’t meet expectations, they are basically let off the hook because they’re women. (HP’s Carly Fiorina, Kohl’s Michelle Gass, IBM’s Ginny Rommetti, etc) That’s not saying there aren’t some very capable women CEO’s out there. They just tend to be the type that have their nose to the grindstone, and they’re not looking to be in the limelight all the time.
Yes, her equipment did nothing but real companies equipment did. She had Waters HPLC units and HP instruments that did give test results that were accurate. What she did was fake the results as though it was her technology. I am in the industry, I smelled BS on this story as soon as I heard of her. IF there was a way for her to have done what she had said she had done, then Waters, HP, TMO or any other company that made real instruments would have already done already had the capability to do so. Point is she was a thief and a liar and needs to be put away for a long time. Also the point of her not taking any hits from fake results could have been since she was using real instruments to fake her results they did not nail her on those activities in terms of hurting patients. I guess no one on here looks at companies that make real instruments for clinical testing..