said by 15444104:
But don't you want new, better, faster?
I mean sure it is more complicated to use, more prone to failure, and more expensive (much more expensive) but you need to be a
Our society has become so addicted to consumerism that most people only focus on the next new piece of Chinesium junk that are going to get.
Nah, I will replace it when my CRT TV bites the dust or I move (too heavy and big). I don't even use it that much. Why replace/upgrade when the old stuff still works fine? I don't want or need the latest stuff yet. Also, I like things to be stable and cheap when I really need them. I still use and wear an analog bone conduction hearing aid model from 1994 (don't want digital since they require implants -- ugh!), Casio Data Bank calculator watch, VGA + PS/2 optical mice and keyboards, analog 2.1 speakers (can't even hear stereo, but
Oh and save money and room.