Dell's Studio Hybrid Reignites The Passion For The Desktop PC

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nekatreven

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[citation][nom]Mr_Man[/nom]I'm not sure if it's a good sign when your computer comes with a kit to recycle it.[/citation]

IMO thats the way most things go anyway though. Before you know it pcs will be like toasters; just buy another one and get rid of the old one.

Same thing happened to home entertainment and all the tv/vcr repair shops.
 

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"Dell is available now from the company’s website and will be available later this year in "select" retail stores."

So Michael Dell has finally turned to prostitution?
 

kupuna

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Ahem... Where are the frickin cables? Can't tell me that this setup runs with a single cable! Looks nice, though.
 

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Honestly, this design is appealing and yeah it's a good thing that Dell is finding ways of reviving the luv for the desktop and this time they deserve a cheer for that. At least they're doing something for the PC industry... ^_^
 

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[citation][nom]nekatreven[/nom]IMO thats the way most things go anyway though. Before you know it pcs will be like toasters http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toaster ; just buy another one and get rid of the old one.Same thing happened to home entertainment and all the tv/vcr repair shops.[/citation]
Except that your average toaster doesn't go for $2000. Big difference!!!
 

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[citation][nom]Slobogob[/nom]"Dell is available now from the company’s website and will be available later this year in "select" retail stores."So Michael Dell has finally turned to prostitution?[/citation]
LMFAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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