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lp231

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No, it's not that we can't read, we can read all right. It's you who has the problem of understanding is it worth spending $1000 on a screen and put in in a environment, where it has a great chance of getting it damaged, even if it's dust and water proof.




 

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When that is the environment for which it was intended, yes. It's why corporations pay thousands more for the same computing power for which we pay hundreds. These sorts of systems are worth the extra money, because they survive in a hostile environment and enable control systems in plants for function.
 

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Very apparent that a great many here have never encountered an industrial environment. One in which these would be perfect--the "real world" is a totally different thing from what most of us computer geeks are used to.
 


Yup, that's the gist I get too. None of them every worked in a factory with metal dust flying around or water from cooling molten aluminum around to see the value in this. Too expensive for WOW or LOL, so they don't get it and think that's the whole world.
 
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