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Desktop Purchasing Advice

Hey! So I've decided to buy a new desktop and have decided to do so from Costco (for the cheaper prices, the two yr warranty, and the fact I don't have the time to plan out and build my own system). I'm stuck between these two systems, which would you buy?

System 1 ($1299.99):


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Quite the gap.

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About Bluray. A common complaint or issue is when some one wants to connect a laptop or PC to HDTV (because it has the BR player.)

Skip the BR in the PC and get a PS3 or BR player so you won't experience the frustrations.

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Desktop purchase advice

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I would go for the first one. Your basically being charged for the blu-ray player and an hdmi output for which you simply get a dvi>Hdmi adapter. The money you save will buy a very good internal or external blu-ray burner and still have a couple of hundred $ left

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