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saitiolmesela : Im getting an AleinWare for starting game design and gaming so heres what i came out with

PROCESSORIntel® Core™ i7 2820QM 2.3GHz (3.4GHz Turbo Mode, 8MB Cache)

OPERATING SYSTEMGenuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64bit
MEMORY8GB Dual Channel DDR3 at 1333MHz (4DIMMS)
LCD PANEL17.3-inch WideFHD 1920 x 1080 60Hz WLED
WIRELESS CARDIntel® Ultimate N WiFi Link 6300 a/g/n 3x3 MIMO Technology
INTERNAL OPTICAL DRIVESlot-Loading Dual Layer Blu-ray Reader (BR-ROM, DVD+-RW, CD-RW)
My Software & Accessories

SYSTEM COLORAlienware M17x, Soft Touch Stealth Black
PRE-INSTALLED GAMESSteam and Portalâ„¢ Factory Installed
PRE-INSTALLED GAMESWorld of Warcraft Preinstall Edition
GAMING I/OAlienware TactX Mouse
GAMING I/OAlienware TactX Keyboard
GAMING CONTROLLERSMicrosoft Xbox 360 Controller - PC
My Accessories

SECURITY SOFTWAREMcAfee® Security Center – 36-Months

POWER PROTECTION240 Watt 3 Prong AC Adapter with 6 ft Power Cord

EXTERNAL MONITORAlienware OptX AW2310 23-inch 3D Full HD Widescreen Monitor

LIMITED WARRANTY3Yr Ltd. Warranty, 3 yr Advanced Exchange


AccessoriesRazer USA Kabuto Mobile - Gaming Mouse Mat

Adobe Reader Acrobat SWAdobe Acrobat Reader

AUTOMATIC UPDATESAutomatic Updates: On

NAMEPLATEThank you for Purchasing Alienware

SOUND OPTIONSInternal High-Definition 5.1 Surround Sound Audio

POWER ADAPTERSAlienware M17x 240W A/C Adapter

I didnt know if the 8gb dual channel or the 16gb dual channel was best so hope you give resaults
Price: $3440.96
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blepulkencume : hell teh fuck yea its good
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5secondhandmobiless : it is good but depends on the price
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kevinmgibsonb : It's very good... but it is an EXTREME rip off... i suggest ibuypower.. or cyberpowerpc.. i could be wrong.. but consider all options
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pletcherppg : I definately wouldn't pay $3440 for that. You're going to be better off building a rig (so getting a desktop) or buying a built rig off of somebody or getting a really great deal somewhere. Don't pay retail if you're going for high performance
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IniliRonSoync : WellGood Luck, cheers cool10 /145518/game-controller
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chatovvod : You got me...I find this. connotea /367778/adobe-acrobat
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toitiedykix : Yes It is worth Buying
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xxldoctttibr : I can connect a computer or blackberry to my home wifi netowork, but android phones can never connect. I type in the correct WEP key and click connect, and it stays "obtaining ip address" indefinitely. Also, I can connect my android to ANY OTHER wifi network no problem. What's different about my network that my android can't connect?
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HonsjoriAcino : Earlier this year, I was caught for shoplifting (I know, I'm dumb, I definitely learned my lesson) at a Walmart in Texas. As a legal adult (I'm 20), I was arrested for petty theft and charged with a Class C misdemeanor. After a month or so, the court offered me to get the misdemeanor deferred and the charge dropped if I pay a $250 fee and refrain from getting any tickets pretty much until the end of this year.
During this time, before I paid that court fee, I received a couple letters from Walmart Asset Protection Recovery saying I needed to pay a $200 fee, but I was told by an attorney I had a consultation with to ignore it because any fees I need to pay would be assigned to me by the court, and also because they wouldn't press charges for $200 since it would cost them more money in the long run.
So I paid my court fee, I've been on probation, I moved cities to start at a new school, and I thought this was all settled until I just received two letters from a new sender, Palmer, Reifler & Associates, saying that I owe them a balance of $510. Like I said, I was told that any fees I need to pay were to be ordered by the court, but this is from an actual law office, so it makes it a little more intimidating. The fact that the charge has more than doubled is a little strange to me, though. Then again, there's not much I know, why is why I'm asking Yahoo! Answers in the first place.
I can't visit that attorney that I was talking to, because she's still in my old city 6 hours away. Also, the letter says I'm to make the payment of $510 within 10 days of the date on the letter, which was September 11, but since I'd moved, the letter took much longer to get me after it was forwarded, and I just got it today, which is the 25th.
Obviously I'm a little nervous. I worked hard to pay that court fee (I never told my parents, so I worked extra hours to earn that money without telling them why), and I thought that was it, so I moved to a new city by myself in a new apartment (which is crazy expensive), and I don't think I'll be able to pay $510 on my own this time, especially since I didn't get the letter on time anyway.
Do you think they'll pursue if they keep raising the charges? If they send another letter with the price raised to, say, $700, do you think they would press charges then? I'm just a little suspicious because I was told that the court would order me to pay any charges and fees owed, but if paying this now would keep it from raising again, then I wanna start saving money for it.

Anyone with first-hand experience (people related to law, people who were in the same situation, etc.) would be much appreciated.
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