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  1. I only paid $365 for my computer from Newegg

    Aspire Case w/ temperature display 420W Power Supply

    Biostar AMD AM2 GeForce 6100 Motherboard

    2.0Ghz AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ processor

    1  512MB Memory Stick of OCZ S.O.E  PC2- 6400 (DDR2 800) 

    160GB Samsung 3Gb/s SATA Hard Drive

    16X  Lite-On  Double Layer Multi-format DVD Burner  w/ Lightscribe

    What I like about those companies like  Newegg and Tiger Direct        THE WARRANTY IS WITH EVERY PRODUCT    especially  Memory is Lifetime  Hard Drive is 5 years  and Processor is 3 years.

  2. Nah I heard from in the past Comcast was stealing Verizon's idea on 30Mbps and thats why ppl can get 30Mbps through powerboost. Fiber is infinity or up to so far 622 Mbps tested donwstream  151Mbps upstream through Verizon's networking  but Cable have its barriers at around 75Mbps.

    And for the big files  Powerboost only activates at or around 30MB file size.  20 MB is pretty simple for me    56 seconds for 20MB

  3. And  Verizon's 1.5 Mbps  is only  $17.95          NOT  $30          3 Mbps is  $37.95  w/o a verizon phone package  $29.95  w/  a verizon phone package        No Matter  where  you  live  it should be the same price.

  4. Under the Hood: PlayStation 3

    On display for the first time at E3 2006, the PlayStation 3 has evolved since its announcement last year. As expected, the specs have been scaled back and Sony has chosen to offer two versions of the PlayStation 3 in an attempt to appeal to the cost-conscious.

    Retailing for $599 is the system that most gamers will want when they head to the store this November. Featuring a Blu-ray Disc drive, a 60GB hard drive, four USB ports, memory stick slots, Ethernet and WiFi for Internet connectivity, and the highest-end video output (HDMI), the system is fully loaded.

    thumb_screen017.jpg  20 GB  Version

    The cheaper version of the PlayStation 3 will retail for $499 and keeps the Blu-ray drive, but the hard drive is reduced in size to 20GB, there are no ports for memory sticks, and WiFi has been removed. The HDMI port is also absent. Unlike the two Xbox 360 versions, it's impossible to fully upgrade the basic version of the PlayStation 3. If you want to snag all of the advanced features, you must pick up the more expensive system at the outset.

    Missing from both versions is the promised dual-screen, 1080p support (that's 1920x1080 resolution in progressive scan), as well as the multiple Ethernet ports. The controller has also been changed. Last year's boomerang design is out and the standard Dual Shock is back in. Only now the controller has gone wireless and it's lost the "shock" (the rumble feedback).

    thumb_screen018.jpg  60 GB Version

    According to Sony, it had a choice between adding motion sensing technology similar to the Nintendo Wii or keeping in the rumble feature, and it opted for the former. Skeptics have speculated that the choice had more to do with Immersion's lawsuit against Sony than with technology, but the company is keeping mum on that front. The lawsuit alleges that the popular PlayStation 2 controller infringes on Immersion's patents and asks for nearly $100 million in damages.

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