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Topic # 9713 7-Oct-2006 18:01
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I found this in a magazine this morning..

Blunder

This was for a digital camcorder .. So when did HP suddenly become the ONLY player?

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  Reply # 47860 7-Oct-2006 21:16
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Who writes that bollucks? Even I know hp is c**p and I'm no geek!

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  Reply # 47869 7-Oct-2006 21:56
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pebbles: Who writes that bollucks? Even I know hp is c**p and I'm no geek!

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hahahahaha pebbles... didn't you read the FUG?

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  Reply # 47904 8-Oct-2006 11:26
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"but is also Mac friendly"

Since when were cameras and the like Mac un-friendly? I've NEVER had to install drivers on my Mac, everything just works! *

* Bar those *********** PDAs.

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  Reply # 47916 8-Oct-2006 15:31
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Jed: "but is also Mac friendly"

Since when were cameras and the like Mac un-friendly? I've NEVER had to install drivers on my Mac, everything just works! *

* Bar those *********** PDAs.

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