[B]ROG - THE REPUGNANCE OF GAMERS[/B]
And a word about the pathetic mentality of Gamers. The biggest anti-productive lot, all being courted by software and hardware makers who might actually realize, “Hey - these idiots produce little or nothing outside of a convention, and there’s just so many times young teen boys want to idolize pot-bellied realities behind cutesy UserIDs.”
Look at all the “innovations” that the hardware world has made toward gamers:
Cases with windows, so a Computer user can spend all his time getting excited about blinking LEDs and spinning fans. Oooh…ahhhh… lookee - pweddy wights, pweddy wights!! Ooooh… ahhh…
LED fans! LED Power Supplies! LED Strips for “modders”. Oh sheesh…
Color-coordinated motherboards. (This is so nice when you’re strolling down the avenue on lazy Sundays, showing off your borzois and ROG’ers. “And mine’s 80-Platinum!!”)
Talk about a dead-end market! Is there any wonder that eventually even these lame, lazy gamers will occasionally wake up and say, “I could spend THIS thousand dollars on something else!” Like, get out of the apartment. (No, come to think of it, that’s never occurring to Gamers. Pass those potato chips and just buy larger sweats. du-uh)
Bill Gates was hailing the Gaming Industry as a “$4.7 billion dollar industry segment” as he hyped the XBox.
Yet the productive end-product has been either carpel-tunnel surgery, eye-glass increases, Google auto-cars photo’ing our front-doors… or Drones flying over, taking pictures of our backyards, too.
Yessirree, those ‘advancements’ really bring the food to the table, eh?
It’s a Do-Nothing Accomplish-Nothing Segment that gets tons of attention from hardware vendors, and NOW those same vendors are wondering where their markets have evaporated to? Go ask the Gamers - see what answer THEY give.