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Old 12-07-2005, 09:25 PM   #811 (permalink)
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The only reason Intel is ahead is advertising. They spend a shatload on it. Plus its like the chev/ford thing. "Well i always bought a chev so I keep buyin one". THATS IT, otherwise they'd be f?@#%d.
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The only reason Intel is ahead is advertising. They spend a shatload on it. Plus its like the chev/ford thing. "Well i always bought a chev so I keep buyin one". THATS IT, otherwise they'd be f?@#%d.
intel is still going well because of the fact that companies like HP and DELL and using intel in there pre-built computers...and there are alot of people that still buy from these companies because they either dont know how to build a computer...or they simply its easier to just go buy one already made....

without these companies we would have said goodbye to intel
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intel is still going well because of the fact that companies like HP and DELL and using intel in there pre-built computers...and there are alot of people that still buy from these companies because they either dont know how to build a computer...or they simply its easier to just go buy one already made....

without these companies we would have said goodbye to intel
Oh yeah, Id bet thats the majority of the market right there....prebuilts from Best buy...
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Oh yeah, Id bet thats the majority of the market right there....prebuilts from Best buy...
hahaha yea...and for the Aussies its harvey norman ( i call it hardley normal) haha
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hahaha yea...and for the Aussies its harvey norman ( i call it hardley normal) haha
What??

Greg Norman??
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What??

Greg Norman??
hahahaahahahahaahahahahahaah

nahh harvey norman is a shop here...just like best buy.

its the same as best buy...just a diffrent name
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"Well, lets put another shrimp on the barbie, mate".......hehe...
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"Well, lets put another shrimp on the barbie, mate".......hehe...
hahaha nahhh

lets put anotha snagga (sausage) on tha barbi mate..and sit back with a nice cold beer
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Harvey Norman are a large department store chain that sells stuff like Tv's, Computers, Furniture, Electronics etc. They specialise in big brand computerers like HP/Compaq, Acer, Toshiba etc. They, like any big department store are really bad for buying computers as the computers generally only have integrated graphics and are mostly underpowered ram wise.

Also their things like Thumb Drives are expensive, i saw a 64mb USB drive their for $60 when our computer coordinator were selling the exact same ones for $37. This was ages ago though.
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Harvey Norman are a large department store chain that sells stuff like Tv's, Computers, Furniture, Electronics etc. They specialise in big brand computerers like HP/Compaq, Acer, Toshiba etc. They, like any big department store are really bad for buying computers as the computers generally only have integrated graphics and are mostly underpowered ram wise.

Also their things like Thumb Drives are expensive, i saw a 64mb USB drive their for $60 when our computer coordinator were selling the exact same ones for $37. This was ages ago though.
haha they are over priced on everything...for 256mb DDR ram..its like 150 dollers lol
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