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man i didnt even get down to the 4th post till i saw apple.
ROFL Apple
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Why are you guys so concerned with how others spend their money?
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post #83 of 107
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Why are you guys so concerned with how others spend their money?
Because it makes me sick to my stomach, If you spend that much money on a company. You dont care about your computer, The real care is building it!
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post #84 of 107
I'm not defending Alienware, but I see why people do. It's almost the same reason why businesses buy a Dell instead of OEM.

A lot of people:
  • Don't want to be bothered with building the computer
  • Learning cable management
  • Troubleshooting problems
  • Dealing with DOA or hardware that goes bad after a week
  • Want a warranty for the entire system and not just one part within

For me, I love building computers. It seems like I spend more time working on improving my system and fixing it than actually gaming or something, but I enjoy doing these things. I like learning.

Some people just want to use their PC and really learn nothing from it, and they don't mind paying a premium for that.
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All my friend wanted to get one, after I talked to them, they all hate it.
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post #86 of 107
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Originally Posted by Methos07 View Post
I'm not defending Alienware, but I see why people do. It's almost the same reason why businesses buy a Dell instead of OEM.

A lot of people:
  • Don't want to be bothered with building the computer
  • Learning cable management
  • Troubleshooting problems
  • Dealing with DOA or hardware that goes bad after a week
  • Want a warranty for the entire system and not just one part within

For me, I love building computers. It seems like I spend more time working on improving my system and fixing it than actually gaming or something, but I enjoy doing these things. I like learning.

Some people just want to use their PC and really learn nothing from it, and they don't mind paying a premium for that.
Good man, I do agree on every point. I just dont like wasting moneys!
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I bought the M11x, but thats because I wanted a 11 inch gaming laptop... it was cheap $449 before tax.
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Atleast you enjoy your computer gooface!
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Because it makes me sick to my stomach, If you spend that much money on a company. You dont care about your computer, The real care is building it!
Maybe not everyone feels like you do about their computer. Everybody is not you. What if I think you spend too much money on something? Can I call you out for it? Can you really build everything that Alienware offers?
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This thread again?
The answer is, because they can afford it.
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