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The computer we are trying to buy has a: Cyrix 166+ Motherboard and CPU 32 megs of RAM 2.1 gig Hard Drive USRobotic x2 56k modem (the best normal modem you can buy) Logitech mouse, preferably the $80 Trackman Marble (best mouse you can buy) Sound Blaster 64 AWE sound card (best on the market) Creative Labs 12x Cd Drive 3.5" floppy drive PCI 2 meg 64-bit graphics card 17" monitor (big one) 1 The first place I went to was InfoCastle Computers at www.infocastle.com (not local). They seem to have fair prices, but nothing to get excited about. Once you've seen some of the places out of Sacramento, you realize that buying local is good because: g A. Their prices are usually better B. You don't have to pay the shipping C. You can see what you're buying before you pay for it C Anyway, here are the InfoCastle prices: RAM 4X32-16 MB 60 ns $ 100.00 x 2=$200 Hard Drive Western Digital 2.1 Gb IDE Caviar $ 250 CPU CyrixP166+ (133 Mz clock) $ 169.9 Modems 33.6 Apache Modem$ 109.95 Mice Logitech Mouse$ 23.95 Sound card Sound Conductor$ 39.00 CD-Rom SONY 8x $ 129.00 Floppy Disks
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This note was uploaded on 09/03/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '09 term at Harvard.

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