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The Ultimate Anti-Molly laptop!

by Jasmes / December 15, 2005 4:45 AM PST
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it's playing WoW in that pictures!! haha.

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Where would you put that?
by Wilf_Brim / December 17, 2005 11:37 AM PST

I'm looking at the specs and HOLY CRAP that thing must put out some heat. Where does it go? Aside from the weight, if you put that in your lap you would get second degree burns. And it would probably scortch the finish of any desk you put it on.

On the upside, they could sell an optional coffee cup holder that you could attach to the side to keep you beverages warm.

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Its aimed at LAN party junkies
by Jasmes / December 17, 2005 1:50 PM PST

If you're a LAN party freak it makes sense.

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by Archnsoul / December 18, 2005 2:24 AM PST

Worry not. It's probalby packed with so many fans that it's hovering over any surface.

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by MrEastman / December 19, 2005 9:18 AM PST

Just like the human equivalents of black widows usually are downright sexy, this hulking monster isn't far from. Isn't this the beast Jason Ocampo (et al) of GameSpot uses sometimes when playing PC games on their On The Spot show?

I like it a lot at a first glance, although it still has a parallell and a serial port at the back, which feels a bit dated these days; and granted, your average PC geek probably suffers from some degree of muscular atrophy, and won't be able to lug this electronic Butterbean around for any extended period of time..

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by gpbmike / December 19, 2005 9:47 AM PST
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I'm pretty sure...
by Jasmes / December 19, 2005 10:24 AM PST
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That Ocampo has used a Black Widow laptop in the On The Spot show at least once...

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