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Old 05-17-2004, 09:25 PM   #11 (permalink)
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wow! u dont even need a monitor for that! haha its a computer with a built in monitor.. u usually get a monitor with a built-in computer (macs and some business dell models)
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Old 05-18-2004, 02:48 AM   #12 (permalink)
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its ok but ve seen better. my comp has everything it does.
lol can u show us your pics of your comp??????????
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Old 05-18-2004, 10:08 AM   #13 (permalink)
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personally doesn't make sense to have an LCD in your computer if you're just showing the same thing your monitor does, ya it's cool an all.. but pointless, I've seen some computer where they make their own programs and have the LCD's run off that, making it really neat. I like that HL2 case from one of the links up there, it's freaking sick!
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Old 05-18-2004, 09:27 PM   #14 (permalink)
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some of those look like what we car people call "ricers"

well, a few of those look niiiiiiiice. I especially like those LCD screens on the towers. damn....if only i had a couple hundred dollars to just throw away
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didn't know you had to be a car person to know what a rice burner was.. hrm
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On the built in screen, can you get it to display other things besides the desktop? Such as a movie, or gif, or even technical information?
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some of those look like what we car people call "ricers"

well, a few of those look niiiiiiiice. I especially like those LCD screens on the towers. damn....if only i had a couple hundred dollars to just throw away
Those "ricers" also make 15000 dollar cars perform like 45000 dollar ones with 10000 - 15000 dollars ... similarly:

a few years a go if you put some lights in a nice case it became an alienware and saved you 500 dollars in the process, now you have to paint it nicely and it becomes an alienware (voodoo etc...) .
So being a computer ricer is not necessarily a bad thing. I think it's actually a good hobby, and a hellofa lot cheaper than putting the money into your car.
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