Originally Posted by englishtrog
i must need glasses. what part of what i highlighted says the ps3 is a supercomputer?
it says the proccessor is used, just like aerplane chips can be used a coffeemachine(example before anyone says "your wrong they use aircraft carrier prosessors"). you have taken the only simularity to a supercomputer and made that your basis for why im wrong.
*sits back and waits for his coffee machine to fly around the room*
Ok, English lesson time, and I really hope you can read the English language correctly as it IS a wonderful thing.
means not fixed, in this context it means that we cannot seprately catergorise any specific rules to what makes a super computer beyond the fact that it is capable of doing things that cannot be done with the same ease or abilty as a 'run of the mill' computer. The PS3 system can (CAN, not does, as software is needed for any task to be performed) do things that 'run of the mill' computers are either incapable of, or cannot do with the same ease.
You refuse to accept that anything that does not fit your opinion may be correct and so must be false, and please note, I have not used the word wrong as there is a huge difference between false and wrong.
You originally refused to even class the PS3 as a computer at all and kept quoting PC this and PC that. I had an ZX Spectrum many years ago and that was a computer and Not a PC. It also could not do almost all the same things you use to deny the PS3 being a computer, but there is NO doubt or argument that the ZX Spectrum was a computer is there?
I have tried to make these couple of points as simple as possible whilst keep them factual, but if you still fail to understand, then I Truly Do believe you have a mental problem. That is not intended as an insult in Any way, but your inability to understand both English and the idea of difference and fluidity in this context cannot be taken to mean anything else.