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19/06/2010 Misleading images online. Everything looks so slim and sturdy. What came in the post looked much, much thicker and heavier and clunkier in real life. Too much "free" software included too that I can't seem to delete. For the prices they charge I wouldn't expect them to have to subsidise by marketing other companies on the computers.

16/12/2009 I don't think they should use their american adverts on UK audiences.

17/10/2009 I really enjoy being able to specify the components so I get the laptop I want. I really don't like how high the price goes each time I make a little change. The cost of customising is not worth it for me - I'm back to buying ready mades.



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