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I had an Toshiba P-10 a few years ago. It had an Intel P4 3.2ghz socket 478 desktop chip in it. It was a beast.
I miss having a laptop though, as I don't have much time at home.
This 12pound monster is a little bit overkill unless it has 6gb ddr3 a pair of 500gb or 1tb drives in RAID and a SLI or crossfire-x solution in it.
Then it would almost be worth it if you just had to spend 5k on a laptop.
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I can't get away from telemarketers and scammers ever since I added my effing number to that blasted registry.
Shortly after I added my home phone, I started getting calls on my cell, which is not connected to my home number at all.
I even changed my cell number to no avail... How the hell is that I keep getting scammers calling my cell 1 dam day after I change my effing number?
My government should get off their asses and make it a felony offense to sell private data like this.
I even get scam calls on my Skype account... WTF
As I wrote this I got 2 calls. One on my home phone and one on my cell.
If this keeps up I'll just turn off my cell, unplug my phone and make a network of cans on strings to the people I communicate with most.
Anybody else think of cadbury eggs when they read this?