Unless the asker is engaged in a pattern of themselves asking many questions like that - it's best to take the high road and judge that post purely based on that one post and not in relation to many previous posts by other people.
- Why don't you ask Apple
- Why don't you ask Dell
- Why don't you ...
All three of the above could be used to shut down just about any question here so I try to dismiss that thought and instead focus on if a question meets the quality standards of the site in general and in specific.
I personally wouldn't down vote your example question it if it had one clear question (n.b. the initial version didn't have one clear question). Furthermore, if that initial version were closed as basic customer support and the OP edited it to have just one question instead of three - I'd be inclined to cast a binding reopen vote. (which may have come to pass since the original version)
In this case - it's really a candidate for closing since it asks three questions. Two of which are bad but not forbidden. (the two bad questions are the yes/no questions on anyone trying it and the basic will it work).
There's a nugget of a good question, so rather than close it now - I'll edit it to surface what I see is it's best form. A question on how to read specs and determine compatibility.
Note - not everyone needs to save a marginal question. It's fine to down vote and forget it. It's fine to leave a comment asking the OP to edit down to one question. It's fine to vote as basic CS to vote as too broad or vote as unclear and move on.
Only moderators or people that cast a single binding close vote should analyze things as deeply as we are here splitting the needle. It's not a great question, but if we can be a little too generous or too kind on one off or first questions - that's not a bad thing.