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It was said in a movie a while back ..."If you build it they will come"

Well on February 12 exactly one month ago today I found a 27" i5 made just for me, and I made the switch from PC.

I too was stubborn but made the switch anyway. If they would have had the i7 in the store I would have bought that one.

But we finally made the right turn instead of going fast and turning left.

Having a computer is fun again! What a joy of a machine!
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