Supply any part you like and I will create a hub building a computer with the parts that are most popular here...I will tally the selections January 17, 2010, 11:59pm EST...
select from desktop or laptop
select the operating system (linux, mac, windows, other)
select the browser (internet explorer, firefox, other)
select the email (outlook, thunderbird, other)
select wired, wireless or both
select applications to download
select other components...
I will go first...
desktop with linux, firefox browser, thunderbird emsil, wired and wireles
thanks for playing...
Utorrent, Imgburn, Skype, CPU-Z and Secondlife
Nvidia Graphics, 1TB Hard drive
Laptop with big screen but not heavy
Need a HD card to hook to an HD monitor when not on the road
Windows XP (never Vista and not sure about 7 yet)
Firefox, Chrome, IE 8
Microsoft Office, including Outlook for email
Also need Eudora
Adobe Creative Suite CS4 Extended plus Lightroom
Strata 3D CX Suite
Quicken & Quickbooks
Wired and wireless
Best graphics card available
Fastest processor available
Largest amount of RAM available
Internal hard drive should be large--but not so large it sacrifices speed. Prefer to use multiple external hard drives for files, so that in the event of computer failure, I can switch my files to the backup computer and not lose a day of work.
Plenty of USB ports or a docking station, or both.
1 linux server
2 xeon cpu
3 internal hard drives
4 gb memory
1 internal blu-ray dvd
1 external hard drive
1 22 inch hd monitor
1 gb ethernet card
1 wireless adapter...
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