- May 10, 2016
Ah okay, understood. But why re-starting the Pandora production? As I read, a lot of people will not buy a Pyra because they have a Pandora and for them, that's enough. I don't know, if there are a lot of people, who wants a pandora and a pyra, aren't there? I think, that it hasn't more benefits than the Pandora (if you still have one) to spend again so much money for a new better one.
Bailing out a competitor is mostly unheard of in the capitalised world. Major hardware vendors wouldn't care to do that, but I can see how making the Pandora situation right does help the overall market for niche hardware, so that more people will trust the Pyra to be a success in the long term.
Aiding a failing project is *totally* opposed to Silicon Valley ambition, whereby if a product or service doesn't see sufficient growth, it is dropped without apology to its users. Taking people's money and then letting them down, must seem more profitable to them than doing the right thing.