When you’re the CEO of a company and something happens to your competitor, you should show some class or at the very least keep you mouth shut. Of course, Michael Dell is not known for his class — remember the comment about Apple in 1997 when asked what he’d do with the company?
“What would I do? I’d shut it down and give the money back to the shareholders.”
That’s right Michael, because you’ve done so much in the past few years to further the computer industry. Let’s see, we have the competitor to the iPod. I can’t even remember the name, but it died. Then there’s the Dell Streak tablet — dead. And I saw a commercial the other day where Dell users can change the color of the lid on their laptop.
Wow, great stuff.
Here are Dell’s latest comments about HP.