If I got it right it’s all about sacrificing only 3% or less of advertised battery stamina in order to fix problem (by using values recommended by AMS). That’s hard to believe - battery stamina is such an inexact science (different volume usage patterns, different batches and constant deterioration of cells, etc. etc.) that these 3% fall well into the tolerance inherent to battery technology, something which no one can complain about. However pitch error is very exact and very reproducible. On the top of all Sandisk need months to figure out how to find a compromise, again only because of the battery (I’d I understand if we are talking about hours, not minutes). Come on, either Sandisk can’t put together few good programmers, or it must be something more involved there (like bad design decisions).
Message Edited by m9zf3n5w on 10-13-2009 06:38 PM