|Quote, originally posted by mzoltarp »|
|The point was this: The Sedona minivan of today has virtually as much performance as a Ferrari of yesteryear. Hence the automotive world has dramatically increased the level of expectation of all their products.|
But that goes without saying. We don't need an article to explain nor to prove that. And it doesn't just go to cars but everything in general. We can grab the most powerful desktop on the market 7 years ago and get the well/cheaply priced laptop today and the laptop will keep up if not outperform the expensive desktop.
Every new generation is designed to out perform the last or at least is it's intension to do so. Then technology will trickle downwards to less advanced designs. From video counsels to TV's to the mars lander every generation will be advanced in general. Again, the article is useless. It goes without writing about it.
Modified by Cozz at 9:12 PM 10/16/2007