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Chime-in: What PC are you saving up for?

Good PCs are great, but they're also greatly expensive. What PC do you have in your sights? The PC market is vibrant with all sorts of configurations, form factors, power levels, and price points. You have super-powerful laptops like the Dell XPS 15 at the highest end, boasting incredible power in a slim package. There are custom gaming rigs which sacrifice portability for value and power, and then more interesting options with 2-in-1 tablet configurations, complete with inking and beyond, such as the Surface Book 2.
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