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      16.07.2000 01:56
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      I bought a tiny system over two years ago. After a few minor teething troubles which were delt with quite quickly, It has been runnning well since. OK it can be hard to get through sometimes on the phone if you need help, but nowadays what helplines don't make you queue? Look at the competition. Do they give onsite support? yes, do they charge for collection? no. How much do they charge for telephnoe support? See!! On top of this, this year I have added a new graphics card, processor, sound card, modem, more memory. See, totally upgradeable! Great

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        10.07.2000 04:22
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        Anyone who wants a computer which can do it all then you have come to the right place. This machine put together by the experts at Tiny have built a superb system. It even comes equiped with a digital camera. Digital photography is the fantastic way of taking photographs without the use of any film. You can change, edit and print them out any way you want. This system features the Fuji FinePix 1400 Zoom Digital Camera and image editing software, which is pocket sized, yet powerful and easy to use. Built around the Intel® Pentium® III Processor 733MHz, it comes complete with colour printer, scanner and gamepad, which offers you a truly outstanding home photography studio. The guts of the machine apart from the Pentium III 733MHz processor is , 128MB SDRAM, 30GB Hard drive, DVD/CD Re-writer combined drive, AGP 64+ Graphics and a 56kbps Modem. The screen is the standard SVGA Colour monitor for this generation of computers (17") and sits nicely on the desktop. the speakers that come with it packs a punch as I found out when I first started the computer up. turning the speakers up a tiny notch will make your house rumble and that isn't even half way. The set of speakers even include 3D enhancement and Bass Boost to the already sharp, clean sound coming from the onboard wavetable 32 sound card which has the necessary port for the addition of a microphone for voice dictation or voicemail. The software coming with the computer is worth £2110 and you get to pick one of the packages in the catalogue. You are of course obligated to have MS Works Suite 2000 which comes on 10 cd's. This PC is superb, amongst the current competition of PC'S on the market at the moment.

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