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barebones/build a box systems

I've had great success with, myself.

> Date: Mon, 02 Jul 2007 08:35:34 -0400
> From: Mike <lake.wind77-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at>
> Subject: Re: barebones/build a box systems
> To: Boston LUG <discuss-mNDKBlG2WHs at>
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> James Kramer wrote:
>> I read on Slashdot that Microsoft is thinking about marketing their
>> own PC to India for the low price of $525.  For $525 dollars I can
>> build a pretty mean Machine.  It has been years since I bought a new
>> PC and have little money to do it today but I was just curious to look
>> at the latest barebones system.  What is your recommendation for best
>> deal in barebones/build a box PCs.  I purchased my last two from
> I build several PC's every year and I buy everything from
> They have excellent prices on components, fast
> shipping (3 days or less, some components arrive in one day
> from their New Jersey warehouse), affordable shipping and
> excellent customer service. I've been buying from them for a
> few years now and am a very happy customer.
> Here's their site:
> They have some great prices on bare bones systems, although I
> don't buy them. I buy everything separately and build from the
> case up. I've tried several other suppliers prior to Newegg
> but haven't strayed since trying them the first time.
> Mike

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