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November 08, 2013, 03:57:48 PM
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These will be the same chips used in all their old products. It is like using a 286 instead of an I7. Why anyone would buy this shit is beyond me.
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November 08, 2013, 04:00:10 PM
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These will be the same chips used in all their old products. It is like using a 286 instead of an I7. Why anyone would buy this shit is beyond me.

For the same reason people are buying Monarch's.  New minute.  Suckers born.

Why do people suck on friedcat's nuts so much?  You know he will price these things just out of your reach like he did with blades and usb sticks.

He would rather keep them and mine for himself than give them away for too low of a price.  At least when I was selling my BFL's I was nice to people helping them try to ROI and resell for themselves.

Bitter much?

Hello AM employee / reseller.
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