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  1. Elliot says:

    Ms. Betchay, are solid state hard disks on sale now in Korea? We don’t have em here yet…And I’m waiting for a laptop with an SDD HD to be released before I buy a new one.

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  2. Betchay says:

    ^^they’re available, i saw one 32gb at 180K… expensive!
    asus eeepc 901 uses ssd hd

  3. haydee says:

    ooh that pink laptop looks cute 🙂 the specs doesn’t look so bad either

    how much are apple computers in Korea?

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  4. Mark says:

    Do you know if the Wind will be sold at retail locations?

    Also, what’s the other 70,000 won more expensive model that you are looking at?

  5. Betchay says:

    ^^ you can find a list of vendors and other MSI computers in korea here…

    MSI notebooks

  6. Betchay says:

    @haydee >> i’m not into pink but the pink miniskirt phone is also nice… i’m now thinking of getting both pink gadgets

  7. AzureWolf says:

    SSDs are too expensive! And they are the opposite direction of where technology is going…

    Asus EEE PC has been making a lot of noise… I never heard of the other subnotebooks, but after looking at them design-wise and price-wise, I have to wonder why Asus has the spotlight…

    You are a Linux user too?! I used to use it, but there is such a requirement for Windows that I had to switch back… I only missed Picasa and SyncToy from XP.

    Go Linux! It’ll save you money and you’ll have fun! But then again, you have school to deal with so, like me, you might be forced to use Windows programs!

  8. Betchay says:

    ^^ i was able to try the MSI Wind yesterday… i really really like it now… i can’t wait for august to come so i can get one

    ^^ in korea, windows is a must… but i’ll use linux for a change 🙂

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