__/ [ Guy Bannis ] on Monday 24 April 2006 23:58 \__
> In article <444cf54e$0$9232$ed2619ec@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> "JoeJoe" <no@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Looking to invest in one in the next few weeks, but am a little concerned
>> with the large number of complaints about it stability and skips whilst
>> playing audio that I came accross when searching for reviews. Admittedly,
>> most of those complaints that I saw were from late last year.
> People seldom post satisfaction or raves. They will post complaints.
> So statistically, you're more likely to read complaints online and in
> reviews than praise.
That's correct. Devices that are rarely mentioned are probably reliable
(unless, of course, they fail to sell). The newsgroups and forums
concentrate on troubleshooting. I have come across stability complaints in
relation to the LifeDrive, but as later suggested:
__/ [ Galley ] on Tuesday 25 April 2006 03:16 \__
> MIne was flaky at first, but since the 2.0 update it's been fairly
I don't use a LifeDrive myself, so I go by word of mouth.
Hope it helps,
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