Cheap Computers vs. Expensive Computers

Hey 3.5 readers.

Your old pal BQB here.

The last few computers I bought were expensive and sure enough, they all kicked the bucket within 2-3 years.

This time around, I bought a cheap computer and I gotta be honest, I’m noticing zero difference. Like I always bought expensive computers with all the bells and whistles and the high RAM and the extra expansion slot. “OMG WELL WTF OF COURSE I NEED THE EXTRA EXPANSION SLOT! WHAT IF I’M UP LATE ONE NIGHT AND NEED TO STICK TWO SOMETHINGS INTO AN EXPANSION SLOT BUT I ONLY HAVE THIS ONE LOUSY EXPANSION SLOT?!”

So I figure I have been duped by Big Tech all these years. I’m happy with this cheap ass computer and I understand it will probably break in 2-3 years but that’s fine, because I won’t have spent that much.

Honestly, I’m almost thinking about buying a second cheap ass computer so I have one for upstairs and one for downstairs because I’m a lazy schmuck face and then I won’t have to go up or down stairs when I need a computer and it isn’t on the same floor.

This is revolutionary. Seriously, when it comes to computers and women, always go cheap because they will inevitably break down on you within 2-3 years and you’ll be glad you didn’t waste all that money.

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2 thoughts on “Cheap Computers vs. Expensive Computers

  1. Or 7.5 years but who’s counting? I’m looking at computers now and I’m having the same thoughts about more is better, but do I really need a 1 TB drive?

    • I’ve never had one last 7.5 years. 3 is the max. Also the expensive ones I mean I guess things look better but the trade off is they get hot enough to literally fry an egg on. My last computer if you cracked an egg on it youd have breakfast in five minutes

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