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Old 08-23-2005, 04:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default It's time to play "How much would you pay?"

It's America's fastest growing internet game called "How much would you pay?"

Trying to see if what I'm going to pay is a good deal so check out the Dell Inspiron 6000 notebook with four year warranty and printer included and tell me....

"HOW MUCH WOULD YOU PAY?" (applause)

Inspiron 6000 Intel® Pentium® M Processor 730 (1.60 GHz/2MB Cache/533MHz FSB)
Operating System Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005
Display 15.4 inch WXGA LCD Panel
Memory 512MB Shared DDR2 SDRAM 2 Dimms
Video Card Integrated Intel® Media Accelerator 900 Graphics
Hard Drive 60GB Hard Drive
Network Card Integrated 10/100 Network Card and Modem
Adobe Software Adobe® Acrobat® Reader 6.0
Combo/DVD+RW Drives 8x CD/DVD burner (DVD+/-RW) with double-layer DVD+R write capability
Wireless Networking Card Intel® PRO 2915 and Dell 350 Bluetooth Internal Wireless Cards
Office Productivity Software No productivity suite - Corel WordPerfect word processor only
Security Software McAfee Security Center with VirusScan, Firewall, Spyware Removal, 15-months
Digital Music Musicmatch® Jukebox Basic
Battery 6-cell Lithium Ion Primary Battery (53 WHr)
Limited Warranty, Services and Support Options SAVE $100 (after rebate) 4Yr Ltd Warranty,At-Home Srvc + Nights and Weekend
Dial-Up Internet Service 6 Months America Online Internet Access Included
Digital Imaging Photo Album™ SE Basic
Miscellaneous Award Winning Service & Support
Financial Software No QuickBooks package selected- Includes limited use trial
Media Center Enhancements Remote Control for Windows XP Media Center Edition

Dell 720 Color Printer Qty 1
Free Dell Color Printer 720 Unit Price $0.00
Catalog Number: 29
Module Description Show Details
Dell Color Printer 720 Free Dell Color Printer 720
Hardware Support Services 1Yr Ltd. Warranty- Advance Exchange
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$700 - $750
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^hahahahaha
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how much i would pay 10$

what it probably is 1200$ or 1100$ cause they always give that 10% off origial price cause of that stupid 4 year warranty that cost about 350 dollars

EDIT: and i was looking at the almost exact same specs cause i need to buy a laptop with a 4 year warranty for about 1k but the warranty is killing me, except i needed winxp pro
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HA HA...this isn't the price is right....

"I'll bid $1 Bob..."

OK, give me two numbers, what is this system worth....and what would be a good price to pay....?
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a little more then 1000 dollars seriously

EDIT: if you tried selling this thing here, no one would buy it
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how come you dont have ink with that dell printer and the printer cable thats 25 bucks(rip-off)
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Enjoy your free Lexmark Printer!
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The thing that kills me is Dell started charging sales tax for New York residents....sons of *****es

For some reason, I'm being penalized cause I live in New York and gotta pay an extra 9%. Two years ago, I bought from Dell....and no tax...sucks...

Anyway, let's hear some more responses on....

"HOW MUCH WILL YOU PAY?" then i'll tell them what I'm priced at....
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