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Re: Pikom Pc Fair Kuching 2006
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Scale = (2) Worst than the previous one !!!!!!!


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sunday is last day.
any of you bought anything?

rate the pc fair from 1-10 scale

Posted on: 2006/8/13 11:56
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Re: Pikom Pc Fair Kuching 2006
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for thOse in kch... please park your car in a open space, not some hidden area behind buildings and what not. There has been an increase of car break ins. You know those original perodua kenari cd players, they too have been targeted. notebook theft has also been in the rise. Keep your valuables OUT OF SIGHT. better dont keep in car.

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Re: Pikom Pc Fair Kuching 2006
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cool ??? affordable ??? students don't afford to buy a laptop and cannot be cool for too long, the money are all come from their papa mama la.




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Lol, they are trying to tell all of you "Everyone must own ONE laptop at least!"

When I travelled on the plane last time, almost everyone (students) carried a laptop in their hand. How cool is that? :p everything is so affordable now

Posted on: 2006/8/13 12:04
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Re: Pikom Pc Fair Kuching 2006
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thank you so much for your precious advice.

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for thOse in kch... please park your car in a open space, not some hidden area behind buildings and what not. There has been an increase of car break ins. You know those original perodua kenari cd players, they too have been targeted. notebook theft has also been in the rise. Keep your valuables OUT OF SIGHT. better dont keep in car.

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Re: Pikom Pc Fair Kuching 2006
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cool ??? affordable ??? students don't afford to buy a laptop and cannot be cool for too long, the money are all come from their papa mama la.


It's definately cool ler... I can't even afford to buy one. Even after many years of work =P

Posted on: 2006/8/13 12:10
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Re: Pikom Pc Fair Kuching 2006
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Oh yes it is cool, it gives you an instant boost in your corporate look!

Comparing to 5 years or more, laptops these days are far more afordable than before. With less than RM3grand you can buy a very good mid-entry laptop. Compared it to the old days, what can you get with that price? a moderate desktop? DUH!

If you cannot afford one does not mean other people cannot afford one. Some people (students) work for their own money. Just admit it AliBaba that you can get one for free from your "Genie in a Bottle"

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cool ??? affordable ??? students don't afford to buy a laptop and cannot be cool for too long, the money are all come from their papa mama la.




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edgar wrote:
Lol, they are trying to tell all of you "Everyone must own ONE laptop at least!"

When I travelled on the plane last time, almost everyone (students) carried a laptop in their hand. How cool is that? :p everything is so affordable now

Posted on: 2006/8/14 7:36
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Re: Pikom Pc Fair Kuching 2006
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A very boring PC Fair, worst than before. So many laptops around.


Went there yesterday around 3pm and Gosh! "Lang sua lang hai". It's definitely not the best PIKOM fair (kuching) I've been to so far. It's hot and smelly and the things you see is almost the same like previous fair. Everyting needs money even the parking but you get a free sauna and sweat rubbing experience in return.

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Re: Pikom Pc Fair Kuching 2006
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'sweat rubbing experience' HAHA

I thought you get a special discounted offer for that period as well?

Posted on: 2006/8/14 11:38
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