This morning a Toshiba displayport cable, that I had ordered from eBay arrived in the post and I was quite shocked when I opened the box. Not one thick booklet, but two – a ‘User Guide’ (WTF?) and a warranty booklet (Even greater ‘WTF?’). Is it just me, or is this a massive amount of totally unnecessary paper for a simple cable? No? How about if you multiply this by the (tens of?) thousands of cables which Toshiba (and countless others) have had manufactured?
There was less paperwork with my MacBook!
Come on guys – sort it out! If the environmental aspect isn’t attractive, then think about the money you would save not having to transport fields of trees across the worlds oceans!
Posted from London, England, United Kingdom.