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It would be nice if the top 10 videos were intellectually useful. Fair enough a small amount of them that concern the story are actually useful but a video like this one....what the heck. 8 bit gaming and smike do this, it is really the equivalent of padding content that has no value, its just there. I'm not trying to be a critic, its just that so much of the content you're producing is really quite useless in context to FNAF as a whole
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Intel Core M is so far shaping up to be a disappointment. the Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 is looking to be pretty disappointing performance wise due to the poor single thread and multi threaded performance and the battery life is actually supposedly worse than the Yoga Pro 2. Why was this? Lenovo have been bitten by the thin bug and decided to compromise battery size and thickness, meaning that battery life falls and throttling becomes a more prevalent issue. And this damn thing also costs more than the Yoga Pro 2. I have no idea what Lenovo were smoking but it wasn't something good, I'll tell you that. They should have kept the same thickness(no one was complaining), maintain battery size, up-clock the Core M chip to boost single threaded performance, drop the display resolution to 1440p, increase display size to 14 inches and add more I/O(e.g display port would have been nice). Instead, they tailor it to a bunch of morons who want insanely thin and impractical devices. I seriously hope the Surface Pro 4 sticks to a Core U processor, maybe increase the thickness a bit to avoid the throttle issues and boost the battery size
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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH, I actually started laughing my ass off, well done man
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Dude its a teaser, the things that are in the trailer are important things that are connected into the plot of the movie. Oh and btw, they JUST FINISHED filming up the movie, the next few months will involve a lot of edits, post production effects that will make the film look a lot different. Calm your tits man, its just a TEASER
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Subscription idea has me more worried that the actual full retail price of one of these puppies if it was specced out to be a top tier PC would be much higher than anyone is willing to pay
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OR it could just be scrapped source code for an old idea he had. These theory videos are getting ridiculous. You both don't even sound remotely interested discussing the theories no offence. 
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What a bunch of shady bastards, Sony.....give this guy a refund. Remove the game from his online library and give him his money back. Sony, you've gone down in my books over the last few years, you're nothing but a wash-up now. I used to bow to Playstation and tout you as one of this industries best but ever since the beginning of the PS3 days, you guys have sunk and sunk and sunk. I refuse to do business with you, anymore. If this is your attitude to your own customers being hacked and their accounts compromised and you do nothing, you know what, you deserved the hack. You deserved the 2011 hack too, that one burned didn't it and both times you knew about those network vulnerabilities. I hope Microsoft or Nintendo steam rollover over your rotten ass and teach you a damn lesson, you've already been beaten to bits by Apple over the last few years and gaming is all you really have left. Treating you're customers like this....despicable
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KidSmoove just sounds extremely lazy. Is it so hard to plug a few things in, do some messing with drivers and other stuff. PC's are much simpler to work with these days. Poor dumb lazy KidSmoove
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This feels like a real poor attempt at doing a "Francis" with a very bad alteration to your voice. Lame. Period. Fin
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The thing that kills this for me is that it kills the individuality of everyones PC. All custom rigs look different and can be tailor made to look like whatever you want it to like. With this, all the components are hidden away in dull black enclousures, there is no super cool enclosure. It's just a really tall motherboard with components coming off of it like branches. I like the idea of modularity but there are cons to that
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I care more about function over design. Portable+, quick customizability+. I don't look at a desktop's RAM, CPU, and outside whatever. I spend 99% of my time looking at my monitor, web browser, game, or whatever program I am using.  I understand your POV in terms of cosmetics, yes I am also a cosmetic geek for all sorts of things, to make stuff look good, but I rather just spend 1 minute plug and chug whatever stuff I want than taking apart the CPU and installing the stuff myself. Also less risk
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I really struggle to believe that people would spend $20,000 on one of these to be honest. Even a few years down the line, these things simply aren't going to be worth anything near that amount because so many of them have been made. Its a cool collectible to own and I sadly fear that many people who buy them will likely break them and wear them out with use over time. If these are being bought as collectibles, they should never be used at all if you are genuinely collecting them. Also, really digging the design. I loved the PS1 design back in the day with the mechanical disc tray that flips up and the retro look of the machine, its just plain old iconic. 
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I don't think that the ones who bought them will break them. My consoles never broke, even if I used them for 6+ years, because I'm careful when playing with them. The only console that broke on me was a PS2 bought a few years afte rlaunch which broke the DVD reader, which was a pretty common problem with th eearly PS2 models. Oh, and I got a defect PSP that crashed after 2 hours of playing, but I got a replacement since it was obviously defect.
Most people who bought this limited edition will probably be careful with it, as well.
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