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Apple, mac pro awesome! :)


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Hey there !! Even I am using Dell, and it's really great !!


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Never Would suggest apple products for anyone.


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For peripherials - Logitech


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HP top!


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I like HP, because of solidly built up and features. I personally don't think in terms of computer vs computer, but more in parts vs parts inside the computer. The 4 most important parts to me are the motherboard, CPU, RAM, and PSU. 

 

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For me HP and Dell are the best Computer brand


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All those modern technologies are really making our lives easier. I've found out recently that I can use a cell phone tracker app to track someones location. Now I use it to track my family members and I must admit that it's really convenient.


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HP and Asus. Im have old school :rolleyes:


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You know, for me brand isn't important at all. I mean, I only need to be able to comfortably work with photo editor and browser, that's it. Even though, I've spend a lot of money to buy a Macbook pro just because it looks really awesome)


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I use Asus Rog. By the way, any really effective surge protectors? I live in the desert so we have some wicked thunderstorms. Since I had a whack of electronics fried years ago from a lightning surge, I now have good quality power bar surge protectors on everything that I ever care to keep using. Are there any surge/lightning protectors out there that are really good enough to reassure me that I can keep the PC plugged in? Note that I don't need a UPS as the electricity very rarely goes out here. Has anyone used this service? https://www.streamer...drying-solution


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