Rahul Sood: HP Doesn't Have Any Balls (or Arms or Legs)

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Morete

Voodoo was stagnant.  It wasn't going anywhere.  Sood knew it and that's why he sold.  $20,000.00 for their top configured oak cabinet gaming PC?  I realize that Alienware makes their cases out of cheap plastic but I mean come on,  even Alienware kept their prices out of the stratosphere.  Look at iBUYPOWER and CyberPower.  They cater to budget as well as enthusiast PC gamers and they're still around and making nice profits.  Sood was too good for that.  Budget gaming PCs would of cramped his style.  Boo hoo!  Gamers needed an overpriced Voodoo gaming PC like a bicycle needed a stinking fish.

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M3g4d37h

Can someone explain what Neel said?  My brain hirts from that.

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Number Six

I agree with Rahul, and I also think HP's timing couldn't be worse.  HP made the announcement just as it was detrhoned by Apple in the notebook market.  It's a case of a spoiled kid not getting the position he wanted on a team and then taking his ball and going home.

What will the loss of HP mean to consumers?  Probably even less quality built notebooks.  In the end, we all lose.

-Six

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cj100570

Rahul Sood is an ass wipe! He's the last person I'd give any weight to when they speak. He allowed, no, pushed Voodoo into extinction.

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someuid

What are you gonna do, bleed on me?

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Neel Chauhan

Why would he like a company if they took his company down. voodoo was a lot like geocities. a big company buys someone smaller just to figure out they abondoned the small company

voodooFAIL duh

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