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Originally Posted by sccr64472 View Post
I agree wholeheartedly after owning Dells,etc. This HP, however is beautiful. I got it on Ubid.com for $219, but paid over $500 for my Samsung. I know, I overpaid, but it was a Christmas gift and was a last minute Best Buy purchase. Anyways, checkout the HP for anyone looking for a 24"!
Hmm, first you had a Gateway, now an HP, and your sig says Samsung.

I smell something fishy... >.> lol
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Hmm, first you had a Gateway, now an HP, and your sig says Samsung.

I smell something fishy... >.> lol
Heheh,it's a Gateway. You can see 'em in the pic if you want. In this room, there's 2 Gateways, 1 Acer, and 1 Samsung.
http://www.overclock.net/computer-ro...ng-room-2.html

Rep for catching the type though =P
Edited by sccr64472 - 12/17/08 at 4:24pm
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Intel 80 gb SSD, Raptor 150 Windows 7 Home Premium 24" Samsung LCD Saitek Eclipse 
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