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Old February 5th 15, 08:14 PM posted to alt.sys.pc-clone.gateway2000
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Default Is GW now just a memory.

Is GW basically kaput.
Went to their website yesterday and they have a paucity of items and I
did not see an all in one computer at Bestbuy last week.
Thinking of new desktop for my wife and have not bought other than GW.
Now wonder what's best of new ones on market.
 




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