Japanese engineers are jealous about the MacBook Air and declared it full of shit

This link features a bunch of Japanese engineers whining about how bad the internal designs of the MacBook Air is. Their complaints?

1. Too much screws resulting in “great increase” in cost

2. Argued that there are alternatives to the MacBook Air’s design which will lower the cost, but they themselves could not provide any examples of alternative designs

3. Stated that if they submitted such a design to their company heads, their company heads will never approve it (Now you know why Japanese are no longer revered for their designs, the people at the top are idiots)

4. Believed that if Apple gave them the design for manufacturing, they will NOT follow the designs, instead try and cut costs by changing the design to use lesser components (This sounds like the exact reason why certain old buildings in Singapore used to collapse without a reason, like the one that collapsed in 1983)

If you ask me, these Japanese are just sore and pissed that;

1. the Taiwanese get the manufacturing contract and not them

2. they themselves have no idea how to come up with such a design.

Seriously speaking, sometimes I really think these Japanese companies are a big joke. They love to kill their own talented workers by claiming that “they don’t fit in with the rest” (how do you expect geniuses to fit in with idiots?) and then they get red-eyed when Apple or non-Japanese companies beat them at introducing better design and technology.

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