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This is Sublime - and you are borderline schizoaffective!

yahoo is shit, why is it impossible to find a power saving quad core laptop with at least 6 mb cache and a clock speed higher than a pentium 4 from the last millennium, something like an » ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4870 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M (SLI) graphics card 4-8 gb ram solid state hd with a blu-ray drive and HD 15-16" screen that looks semi decent for any price? That shouldn't cost more than £600 and I don't even believe that it would be able to handle the latest computer games which it should do easily. Can't even find a 'standard' laptop for £2000 (which should get you something like a 'g-shock' type laptop with a nuclear power pack and quad-linked graphics card setup with a pure gold badge on it) Fucking Ridiculous. some fuck-ups are trying to sell shit. Not happy.

last time I bought a £500 laptop from sony a couple of years ago, it had the same processor that is still being sold now in £700+ laptops, and the screen broke on it when I put it down on a Sofa! the piece of shit couldn't even handle an old turn-based strategy game. I am sure the drivers were so bad that it was hacked and slowed to a snails pace. My 6 year old IBM with XP is faster.

and when I bought a netbook from acer with linux lite, I put a boot password on it and it locked me out. I think some asshole had set the bios keyboard language to a different configuration to the password-setting screen. I can't be bothered to call them, if I bothered to pay them I expect it to work forever!!

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