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    Top of the line luxuary PCs

    Whats people opinions on these machines? After Advanced micronics closed it seems http://www.savrow.com/site/home.html is following on offering up chromed pcs and even leather trim , personaly I think there great if you have money coming out of your ears, proper 0wnage at lans if you turn up with a chromed pc.
    Lets hope they sell more than Advanced Micronics did....
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    how much would a chromed pc weigh exactly?

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    no idea mate
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    WOW, that's impressive. I bet alot of big wig office types would be into buying those.

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    Would certainly turn heads
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    Wow...that really is pure class.
    /looks at beige box...ah well...its only a computer.
    Laptops like that would look great (but thats about it...)
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    Very expensive though, we ofund that at OCS the advanced micronics machines were so expensive that they didnt sell to much
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    personally i think

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    It's been posted before.. Lets just say I was less than impressed

    If you look about you can actually find a *much* better specced machine for the the same or even less money..
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    those l computers are sweet!
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    www.multivision.co.uk these guys do the best machines for your cash imo- but only if you dont have the neccessary skills to build your own system.

    I cant believe tht idiots at school that used to show off about the "whatever brand name" pre built that their parents had just payed £1000plus for and bag on me for building a rig myslef that didnt have a "brand name" on the tin box. pathetic

    kids are so stupid

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    I don't like Savrow PCs at all. The have crucified the CM 410 case used in their Premium systems by chroming it. I'd rather have lovely anodised aluminium. And the leather......er, NO!

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    steve threlfall@

    you actually had geeks that...showed off?

    christ!

    i have a coolermaster, probably one of the smartest modless (most mods do look pretty max powerish, come on, admit it), business like pc at my uni. yet i still wouldn't tell any but a select few.
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    Pre-built, "luxary" PC's are insanely overpriced in my opinion. Especially alienware and those "GO-I" ones, building one yourself would be much nicer
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    yeah you can get cheaper PCs, but you are paying for the name, and the fact that some people cba to make their own. And if you have the money why not pay a premium for someone else to do it?
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    I'm sure I'm not alone in thinking that building and selecting the individual components is half the fun. You know that it's your totally custom machine.

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