281561, To be fair... |
Posted by wallysmith, Fri Apr-05-13 11:27 PM
This isn't some new, untested "feature". When a company says something has "always on" it means "always on". There's not a lot of interpretation that accompanies it.
I agree with you that the devil's in the details with regards to waiting until a feature releases before evaluating it... but with respect to this particular element, "always on" has *not* had a good track record with the reception.