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Your Dream Computer

 
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What is your dream computer, and it has to be fairly realistic,(10,000$ or less)

I am still trying to figure mine out, but I think it would be either some kind of alien ware, or a falcon northwest gaming machine, or maybe even just a custom make....
 
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Interestingly enough, Alienware machines are now being carried in Best Buy. This is quite a shift for a company that started out building high-quality custom gaming rigs. Hopefully this move towards mass marketing doesn't affect the quality of their machines in any way.
 
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Oh god, I also hope that the qulaity of the machines is not put on the back burner from this move towards mass sales. Come to think of it, I have a friend that recently got a new Alienware system and there were quite a few things wrong with it when he first got it, such as a non-working hard drive. However, now that he has it up and running, seeing him play counter-strike on it brings a tear to my eye.
 
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I have to answer this one. Any best computer is dead computer. Now, go socialize.
Shura
 
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Originally posted by Shura Balaganov:
I have to answer this one. Any best computer is dead computer. Now, go socialize.
Shura


What is socializing? Is that playing chess on yahoo?
 
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No, I actually meant talking to other human beings
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You mean like in chat rooms, message boards, that sort of stuff, right?
 
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You forgot Instant Messaging
Once in a restaurant, I saw a young couple, that looked like they are on a date. They both were talking on cell phones, articularly chatting away. Then it occured to me: maybe they've been talking to each other

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[ June 24, 2002: Message edited by: Shura Balaganov ]
 
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