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kevitra wrote:Here are a few reviews of a similar one. It's an older processor but is fine for most users. Most people really don't need an i7...
fine for most? fine for 99.8% more like it...i7 is only for hardcore gaming and even that not night a day from this cpu.
#1 wooter! according to woot :-) 466 woots purchased and counting...over $148,000.00 spent
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Pyrex Prep, Store & Bake 28pc Set
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why not get it's bigger brother with a full powered cpu for less?
$290 refurb at
same wimpy power supply and graphics and a little bit smaller HDD at 320 gigs.
it was the costco special
All VBs Unite!
I love cheap gizmos.
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stevesds wrote:Is this thing faster than saaay, an Atom netbook?
Would this be a good candidate for a new Windows Home Server??
Windows 7 Home Premium isn't ideal as a server (Ultimate is a better option), but if it's a standalone server, or you don't have more than 10 devices in a peer-to-peer network setup, it should be acceptable.
EDIT: eMachines are not very good candidates for servers, however. Lack of RAM, processor speed, etc. Better used as spare parts.
There is no "I" in "Ayatolla."
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Acer owns the names. Was it Acer or someone else who used to make those funky XT and Apple II clones that were flat with keyboards built in the front? Sears used to sell them.
acpress.com Not cute, but useful.
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wootoff at midnight!!!!!!
Barrel of Crops x 2
Happy Hour Random Crap X 3
Scarface Wall Clock,Screaming Mini Monkey, Keychain,Woot-Off Lights,Stewie from Family Guy USB Toy,USB Powered Woot-Off Lights,
Portable Hibchi BBQ Grill,USB AM/FM Radio,
Philips Plug and Play USB Webcam
Kodak Easyshare 5300 All-in-One,Perfection 11 Piece Knife Set,Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 5000,Nike Sport Kit Carrying Case for MP3 Players,