|The only really good reason I can think to not release specs is
embarrassment on just how crappy some hardware out there is, or just how
buggy it is.
-- Chris Wedgwood
Now this makes sense to me. If you have a good piece of hardware ready and you are trying to build hype about it why would you not release the specs of it. It would make sense not do so if they were too high, I suppose , or ridiculously low. However, for the most parts it would just make sense. Not releasing the specs usually tells me that you are still working on it and you do not know what the specs are.
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