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Nonetheless, we also have to consider that sales of particular types of computers are unlikely to always strictly correlate with how widely they are used. Much of the sales decline for desktop PCs could be attributed not to falling public interest, but instead the ease with which these computers can be modified - meaning that they call for complete replacements less often than more portable computers. 51 52 A VERY PERSONAL CHOICE For all that we have just said about various computers, there can be no completely objective judgment of which type is better; different computers are built for different uses, and so there can only be a question of which type of computer is right for each individual.
30 Image: Chris Ratcliffe 31 32 TESLA Electric car maker Tesla Motors, also based in Silicon Valley, serves as both role model and cautionary tale for companies thinking of getting into the car business. Tesla is admired for its elegant, emissions-free vehicles packed with technology. It does no advertising but has built a global fan base. It also illustrates the challenges of the industry. The 12-year-old company has never made an annual profit. It has produced only three vehicles, all of which cost more than $70,000.
It also illustrates the challenges of the industry. The 12-year-old company has never made an annual profit. It has produced only three vehicles, all of which cost more than $70,000. This year, it expects to make between 50,000 and 55,000 cars. That’s two days’ worth of production at GM. Tesla has also felt the pain of safety issues. In 2013, it faced questions after several Model S sedans caught fire after road debris damaged their batteries. Tesla wound up strengthening the battery shield on new and existing cars.