Dell computers used to be really cool. I remember waiting for the UPS guy to deliver my first Dell desktop, a Dimension 8100 with a 15-inch CRT monitor that looked like it could have stopped a rocket-propelled grenade. I was so excited that I somehow convinced my parents to take me to the shipping center to […]
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