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Old 04-24-2017, 04:01 PM   #1
Andrew B.
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Default Computer purchase again

I bought my last computer less than a year ago. I am very unhappy with the configuration I specified. So I'm buying a new one. Life's too short to worry about cost-efficiency.

I didn't want to do a lot of research, so I went back to HP. I think one reason I got them before is they offer onsite service. I called their sales person. She suggested a Pavilion. She based it on me saying I wanted a built in DVD drive. I have a vague memories of Pavilions not being the best, but I'm not sure what I remember now.

Here is a link to a screen capture of my configuration. It's a very tall GIF. In my browser I let it load and then click to see full size. The options I picked have a white background. Others are checked. Here's the link.

   
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