[H]ardest of 2001
2001 was a big year for product releases. Despite the recession and the burst of the dot-com bubble, the industry managed to create more hardware products, and certain companies even branched into new markets. Kyle has had the opportunity to touch some of the best and worst of those products and he makes his opinion known.
What do you think? Did he make the best choices? Did he underestimate or overestimate the value of a competitive product in a certain field? The article has already sparked a clash or two, and it seems ripe for discussion.