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Subject: new computer - what to buy Date: 4/8/2008 10:54 AM
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I love Dell, been a Dell buyer for years, and time to get a new PC. I did see some good reviews on Velocity Micro, though, and wonder if anyone has had experience with them, I mean enough good news to sway someone to switch brand loyalty. I am interested in mostly home use, ability to do some decent gaming, and Windows XP (home or pro). (Also looking at Alienware)

Velocity Micro is not publicly traded, and Dunn and Bradstreet are the only data source I could find, but the reports are on a pay-for-it basis, so am not sure how they are doing as a company. I know Dell is in a struggling mode now, but I still like them.

Thanks for any insight!
Mike
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