Vlad Savov at The Verge:
All these counter-hype tweets from major PC companies betray an obvious insecurity about their trendier competitor. It’s fine to seek to undermine Apple’s bandwagon by pointing out the limitations of its new product, but comparing minuscule numbers is really not the way to do it. Do you really think zero-point-whatever millimeters of extra thinness will convince people to put up with the worse trackpads and battery life of most MacBook competitors?
It’s a lesson that tech companies should have learned by now. Being first to do something is unimportant. Being best is what counts.
Couldn't agree more, and that's without pointing out that Lenovo's attack ad was, let's say, a little optimistic with the Photoshopping.
Source: The Verge