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    Question Turn around time?

    With the announcement of an imminent "DemoN" release by Team Xecuter, there lies a question every hardware and tech geek wonder...

    The release date.

    Alright guys, who ever has been around and keeps tab on the team updates,

    Given their previous announcements,

    How long do they usually take to release a product after they announce it?

    (You can base this off of their previous releases, like the Nand-X.)

    Lets see what answers we get here.

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    Re: Turn around time?

    Time is taken to design, develop, test and manufacture a product.

    The testing phase of a product can take some weeks or even months to fine tune everything, would you use a product that was only 50% complete?

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    Re: Turn around time?

    It will be sometime after today. Really?

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    Thumbs up Re: Turn around time?

    Quote Originally Posted by blakey8 View Post
    Time is taken to design, develop, test and manufacture a product.

    The testing phase of a product can take some weeks or even months to fine tune everything, would you use a product that was only 50% complete?
    Quote Originally Posted by rdubbs007 View Post
    It will be sometime after today. Really?
    Take all the time needed, quality always over production if you expect a good profit.

    The question is simply posted to see what answers people come up with, it will give us something to think about too.

    I'm sure we all agree that the wait is always worth it for these types of products.

    Other than that, yeah and thanks.

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    Re: Turn around time?

    Every product is different, therefore you cant gauge a release date off how long other products took to get released.

    There could be minor hiccups that won't be noticed by your average end-user, but takes months to fix.

    TX isnt going to release a product, then have firmware updates, fixes, etc each week until they finally have it working.

    Thats what there developement phase is for. The product gets tested and improved until a final product can be produced.

    Quality takes time. Time TX is willing to spend.

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    Re: Turn around time?

    As c4eva alway's say's...."SOON"!

    0r if you would like "it's done when it gets done"

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    Re: Turn around time?

    how about " how long is a piece of string "

    it's almost like the guy asking people here on the forum when the UPS guy was gonna deliver his package on Friday....
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    helping some people here is like smashing my head into a wall

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    Re: Turn around time?

    just wait and see! tx will do their best to make it the best product for many years and they need time to fine tune it
    If i helped you please thank me using the thanks button on the post or give me + Rep

    thank you!

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    Re: Turn around time?

    It will be worth it. But IIRC with the coolrunner it was a month or so after they started production that they were available. And you better have your money ready because I'm sure they'll sell out quick.

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    Re: Turn around time?

    Quote Originally Posted by talby71 View Post
    how about " how long is a piece of string "
    I know the answer to this, A piece of string is twice as long as it is from the end to the middle.

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    Re: Turn around time?

    damn ted i always say its twice half its length

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    Re: Turn around time?

    Quote Originally Posted by rdubbs007 View Post
    It will be sometime after today. Really?
    I always thought that there was no ETA given on things. But thanks for clearing it up. Looking forward to sometime after today.

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    Cool Re: Turn around time?

    These were all some of the best answers to this type of question, minus the cheese comment

    But, like someone said, have your money ready, because they will go quick.

    The only problem is going to be finding a Trinity board, hmm should probably pick one up ahead of time, no?


    Thanks all.

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