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The Singer of desktop PCs

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Filed under: interests, marketing, New Zealand, technology, Wellington—Jack Yan @ 12.22

6 Responses to ‘The Singer of desktop PCs’

  1. jaklumen says:

    About all I can say is I wish I had the funds for these sorts of rigs. Truth be told, I don’t, so I really have to make do with used desktop PCs. I can’t afford to upgrade my dumb flip phone to a smartphone, and the best I can manage for mobile is a lower-end tablet at about 50US$.

  2. Jack Yan says:

    Believe me, this spending had come at a terrible time, J. I wish I could have held off till the end of 2019 or even later before buying this new PC, but I needed it for my work. I contemplated briefly working off my laptop only but it wasn’t going to be practical.

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