Quoting Fistalis, reply 54Wait so i should base my decision on your personal experience? Your experience is some how more valid than mine? Its a bad decision how? Because it doesn't line up with your personal views? How could buying another logitech product be a good decision given that every logitech product I have ever owned was shoddy.
I don't get your logic that its somehow a bad decision to not buy logitech products given that I have no assurance of quality, and past experience with them has been so negative. Simply because of your personal experience? Interesting your willing to base your Opinion of their products on your personal experience but think its a bad decision for me to do the same.
Good heavens, man...don't get all uptight.
The reality is that your experience is NOT universal and thus totally and forever reliable.
My experience proves that and, I am certain does others'.
There are ALSO very likely squillions of people with the same poor history with Logitech as your own, but that only means your decision to permanently avoid Logitech is both myopic and insular.
Had you the same experiences [with them] as I you'd be madly willing to purchase from them more....and who knows?... maybe you will THEN strike a poor product..... but the fact remains your experience of their product is only representational of your experience...not of everyone's...which makes their avoidance less than totally justifiable.
So explain to me how the market is supposed to work if consumers continue to patronize companies who sell them inferior products. I understand that my experience isn't universal. But you seem to think that I should continue buying from a company that has continually provided me with shoddy products. Thats what I don't get.
My point is and remains.. that its neither a bad decision nor is it unreasonable to avoid a companies products if you have found them to be sub par. How is me avoiding their products less than totally justifiable? How much money am I supposed to spend on faulty products before it becomes fully justifiable? Do i have to go through their entire product line up before I can justify not purchasing their products? sure thats what they would like.. but why shouldn't anyone be justified to avoid a companies products after 2 or 3 purchases.. 4? 5? how many before you consider it justifiable for a person to avoid a companies products???? Is it never justified.. should people ignore the fact that previous purchases were wasted money and continue to forever patronize companies whom sell them inferior products??
I should continue spending my hard earned money supporting a company that doesn't consistently control the quality of products? Seriously I just don't get what your suggesting.
(I'm not being up tight I'm just trying to figure out your stance on this.. because to me it seems like you think no matter how many crappy products a company sells a person, you expect that person to continue to buy that companies products)