“The problem: Dell’s track record is terrible. In 2006, Dell killed its line of digital music players. In 2007 it discontinued its Axim line of handheld computers and stopped selling Dell-branded televisions,” Caulfield writes.
“Last year Dell even reportedly killed a handheld phone that carriers panned as too ‘dull,'” Caulfield writes. “At least the team is learning faster, killing a product before it was even launched.”
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