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A portable blender manufacturer using Apple laptops to explain power consumption

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Came across this Facebook post where a portable blender manufacturer uses apple laptops power consumption to explain wattage to one of its customers. 

 

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Customer: How many watts? It does not mention in the description

 

Manufacturer: It's peak wattage is close to 100 watts. It's similar to how a new Apple laptop running at 85 watt is as fast as a big desktop computer running at a 1500 watts

 

 

I wonder how BIG (or old) of a desktop shall it be to consume that much power and still is just as fast as the new Apple laptops?

 

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That's... an odd analogy.

 

I suppose someone might ask if they don't want to trip a breaker, but I imagine most people aren't running a blender and a Pizza oven from the same circuit.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Kisai said:

That's... an odd analogy.

 

I suppose someone might ask if they don't want to trip a breaker, but I imagine most people aren't running a blender and a Pizza oven from the same circuit.

 

 

 

It's marketing wank. They are trying to infer that there little battery operated blender is as powerful as a big wall power model. I think they are normally advertised as around 1500w

 

Watts are commonly used as a measure of a motors power.   

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13 hours ago, 5x5 said:

Probably taking about a desktop with a 9590 and dual Thermi 480s

Nah man, go for a dual-socket Xeon setup with quadfire R9 295X2s. And surround it with an Intel Stock Cooler pentagram to make it run hotter.


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What? A 1500W desktop PC would wipe its ass with an apple laptop... It's not even a fair comparison at all. Unless it's from like, 15 years ago.


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3 minutes ago, TetraSky said:

What? A 1500W desktop PC would wipe its ass with an apple laptop... It's not even a fair comparison at all. Unless it's from like, 15 years ago.

Even then it's going to be dual, or even quad socket with at least 4 core processors, plenty of RAM and god knows what else inside to pull 1500w. Even if it is lower performing on paper, it's going to easily maintain that same performance under 24/7 full load where as an Apple laptop will throttle as soon as you ask it to do anything.


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I for one would like to know the secret to Apples 1500% energy efficiency advantage over other manufacturers.

 

They out here living in 2030 while we're stuck in 2019.


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I mean you just need like 1000000000 hard drives and anything can.


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6 hours ago, suchamoneypit said:

I for one would like to know the secret to Apples 1500% energy efficiency advantage over other manufacturers.

 

They out here living in 2030 while we're stuck in 2019.

The secret is it's Apple. Everything they do is perfect. Always has been and always will be. 

 

And if you don't agree... Well then you don't understand what it is to be a true Apple user.

 

Also you're now banned from Apple.

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When it comes to Blenders and Apple there is only one choice:

 


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On 9/1/2019 at 2:55 AM, Kisai said:

I suppose someone might ask if they don't want to trip a breaker

or if they are running off grid solar. always nice to know how much you expect to drain while making a smoothie.


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Blendjet is a complete scam.

 

I applaud them for their excellent comparison to Apple - also a scam.

 

There is no way that laptops will ever be faster than desktops. Desktops can simply dissipate any heat generated far more efficiently.


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