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Bump, price drop!
A bit late, but for those wondering, the WDBFJK0040HBK-NESN has a WD40EZRX (WD Green) drive inside. The previous generation (WDBACW0040HBK-NESN)...
This flagship iPhone 5s (newest generation) is the 16GB model in the highly desirable and harder to find sleek Gold design. Factory sealed in...
At the moment I'm looking for CONUS buyers only but if I change my mind I'll let you know. Thanks!
Ah thanks for the info.
Price drop bump
Galaxy GTX 670 GC V2 2GB SOLD
I have a Lite-On (same as Plextor) LCS-256M6S 256GB SSD drive (OEM pulled from a Dell/Alienware computer I...
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Not sure if this will appeal to you, but apparently you can get 2GB of data and unlimited talk/text from Verizon for $60/month (Slickdeals thread).
4myrebate seems to be the ones handling it and I've never had any issues with them before.
I ordered something from these guys one time and it took about 3 weeks to arrive.
"Usually ships within 4 to 7 weeks."
I might place an order anyway...
It's not just "not wonderful", it's pretty terrible if you intend on actually using it as a button. I don't really use middle clicks for anything...
Looks pretty interesting, but not $60 interesting. :eek:
Quadruple post somehow... (delete please)
LG Z1 concept photo
Amen! Though I was kind of partial to their Symantic Antivirus Corporate Edition back in the day. That one wasn't too bad.
He's referring to the next Windows Phone update (codename "Bittersweet Shimmer") which may make its debut on the Nokia Lumia 1520.
Now the question becomes... when will MICROSOFT give up on Windows RT?
Maybe an Acer S7 would be a solid choice. Good screen, decent battery life, and powerful enough for an ultrabook.
It also depends on what kind of games you're going to be playing, though you'll probably even notice a difference in Minesweeper when upgrading...
A bit late for that since he already bought the 2nd card. :p
If portability and battery life aren't a concern, go with a Clevo/Sager. Best bang for buck IMO.
It seems like an fine tablet, but at the same price of a current generation Nexus 7? No thanks.
My laptop has beeped on me when it becomes overloaded and I continue to issue commands.
Why not just recommend a MacBook Air instead of looking for an alternative? Is it a price concern?
I'd say just save yourself the hassle and get proper LightScribe discs.