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Companies? Let's see what we got here:
-Newegg
-MicroStar International
-Thermaltake (For cooling)
-nVidia
-Intel
-Nintendo
-Sony (For TVs/BluRay Players/Etc., not PS3)
-Microsoft (For OSes, not xBox)

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When I dealt with coolermaster about some missing screws in my stacker they sent them right away via express shipping no questions asked, great service.

Microsoft was also pretty good with the xbox 360s

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Newegg
MNPCTech
Lian Li
Antec
Logitech
Filco
Audio Technica
Garmin
APC
Canon
Sony
Microsoft
ATI
Valve


I could go on for a long time but I think that covers many of them.


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Intel : for their CPUs
Asus: for their motherboards and some other electros.
for GPUs: it used to be nVidia, but it's becoming ATi nowadays.
Eidos: for their TombRaider, and Batman.
Capcom: for their DMC4 and RE5.
EA: for their Crysis and Mirror's Edge.
the 20th century: for their movies.
Motorolla and Sony Ericsson for their mobile phones.
LG: for their air conditioning electronics and their washing machines.
Samsung: for their LCD screens.
ohhh...

and Oxford (Oxford University Press OPU) and Longman, and even Cambridge: for their dictionaries and publications.

I have a lot, but can't remember all of them. :swearing:
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