Warranty for life?

  goodtry 12:18 05 Aug 2006

If the vendor tells you the Kingston RAM module you buy carries a lifetime warranty. What does it mean?
According to Convergent Systems, the distributor for Kingston memory modules, "lifetime warranty” refers to the span of time the product is available for sale in the market before it is superseded by another technology or when the components needed to repair and service the product becomes unavailable.
For example, support for old ISA (industry Standard Architecture) cards is almost non-existent today as the technology has been replaced by newer PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) slots is motherboards

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  woodchip 12:24 05 Aug 2006

It can mean what ever they want it to mean, or as long as they are in business to Honore the Warranty

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