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Submitted by mpctips 748d ago | news

Velocity Micro Puffs Chest at Bulk OEMs, Launches $599 'Vector Holiday Edition' Desktop

Maximum PC: It wasn't forever ago that a $599 PC from a boutique system builder was simply unheard of. In many respects, it still is, however Velocity Micro managed to hit that price point with its new Vector Holiday Edition desktop, a rather tame PC intended as an alternative for mainstream buyers who might otherwise be considering a bloat-filled OEM system. It's also configurable, in case you need more oomph than what the stock setup provides. (PC, PC hardware, Velocity Micro, Velocity Micro Vector Holiday Edition, VMultra Drive)

justinbkerr  +   748d ago
Better than what you'd get if you bought from Dell, but DYI is still the best deal in town.
newsguy  +   748d ago
DYI is the best solution but old mom and pops don't know how to do that

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