No I would not. Maybe 10%.
ETA: that's within the 3 year warranty period. Latitudes are to the higher side and slimline Precisions (5000 series) to the lower. Breakdown with the Lenovos are the same-Carbons and Yogas higher and WS (P1, P15) are lower.
5 is a pretty piss poor statistical pool to base a claim on, don't you agree? I'll take my 249 machines over 5 every day of the week (except apparently Saturday and Sunday since we're basing things on "5")
Because I have not seen the numbers that you claim, not even close to, I'm calling BS. There may have been an issue and very well could be still an issue. However, what you are claiming is striaght up bullshit. Unless my company somoehow manages to cherry pick our machines to only get the "good"...
I can't even count how many Latitudes, Precisions, Yogas, and Carbons I have had to replace batteries on.
For both swelling (rendering the keyboard and trackpad glitchy at best) all the way to losing communication with the battery and no longer charging. Next?
It sure as hell has put a huge hit on B&M business. You'd have to be purposefully obtuse to deny it. Here in Oregon, businesses were eseentially closed entirely from March on with repeated "extensions" to the ongoing decaration of stae of emergency.
When your business model depends on in person...
In the Fortnight market, Epic has 100% monopoly-so what? By your definition, Epic should be allowing other companies to market a Battle Royale game named Fortnight and running on the Unreal engine. And while we're on that road, other people should be able to create and sell stupid hats to sell...
Okay-Apple's house and Epic agreed to the house rules when they requested a key.
Once they walked in, they took a steaming crap on the living room floor, then bitched when Apple tossed their ass.
Let me type this out real slow for those that seem to not get it-WHEN YOU AGREE TO A CONTRACT, DON'T...
Key part in red. You don't sign a contract agreeing to the terms of that contract then get to break the contract without repercussions.
Epic can DIAF as far as I'm concerened.
Bust a deal, face the wheel.
There are a ton of things that cannot be adjusted or even found in the Windows 10 Settings pane that are still available in the classic control panel. Try to update your software catalog in SCCM in Settings and get back to me. Or make fine changes in the power management.