The 50 Best Tech Products of All Time

"PC World has another installment in their "Best of" series of articles on-line today, this one dealing with what they think are the top 50 best tech products of all time. "

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Author: PV5150
Source: PC World

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PC World has another installment in their "Best of" series of articles on-line today, this one dealing with what they think are the top 50 best tech products of all time . Lots of cool hardware and software on the list, including such items as the Atari 2600, Compaq Deskpro 386, and even World of Warcraft...

"The Beatles. Citizen Kane. Muhammad Ali. Many have laid claim to being the "best ever" in their respective fields of work, but only one can top the list. And the same is true when it comes to technology. So what's the best tech product to come out of the digital age? And what qualifies a product as being "best"? First and foremost, it must be a quality product. In many cases, that means a piece of hardware or software that has truly changed our lives and that we can't live without (or couldn't at the time it debuted)."

I'm pretty sure they screwed up number 16, and meant to list the Voodoo 2, but they're forgiven for featuring a pic of a rare engineering sample Voodoo 3 with SGRAM.

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03-04-2007, 07:20:53

FragTek
I just thought I'd bring this up for discussion...

Seeing as how we are quick to gank spam bots and other trouble makers, I'm not so sure if the 20 post minimum before being able to send pm's, look at member profiles, etc is a bit high.

I'm thinking 5 posts would be a good number. Usually we're going to catch a spammer and/or a p3nis before this time, and it will let our newer members be able to use the complete functionality of our great forum right off the bat.

If we do get a bad apple, one of the members is sure to report it and we can deal with the issue.

I believe 5 would be a good number.

Now, let's discuss :)

03-04-2007, 08:17:34

PV5150
Not a bad idea mate. It's been so long since we've had any trouble with any tards from the place 'we shall not mention', that a reduction may be possible I guess. 5-10 posts would be fitting imho.

03-04-2007, 08:19:14

Kempez
I say 10 - that's a pretty good amount as 5 is easy to spam to but 10 takes a bit more being arsed ;)

03-04-2007, 08:24:29

Jim

I say 10 - that's a pretty good amount as 5 is easy to spam to but 10 takes a bit more being arsed ;)



Yeah 10 sounds good. I'll get it changed.

03-04-2007, 08:40:30

FragTek
right-o :) cheers mates!

03-04-2007, 08:43:45

Jim
Done :)

03-04-2007, 10:25:06

Dav0s
agreed tbh, its usually when people get to about 10/15 posts before they realise they cant view profiles and decide to post threads about it neway
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