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« on: August 04, 2005, 05:47:14 PM »

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Hi guys:

I saw a message somewhere couple days ago about a computer chain store named as ICCT. I actually bought my PC there last year and I have to say that their prices were really good although the service was not as good as I expected that time. I visited their Markham location yesterday and purchased a Ferrari notebook. To my surprise, their service has been improved like sooooo much and their prices are still good. Just sharing this good store with a bright future and you may want to try them. They are offering summer special and back to school event now.  

By the way, any suggestion for extra notebook cooler? Thanks a lot.
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