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i AM LOOKING FOR ANY INFO ON THE new AOPEN computers which are selling for low low prices in NY area.  Does anyone have ANY  info on them and the company???
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i think aopen is own by acer
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Just remember, Low Prices Usually  Mean, Low Quality.  You get what you pay for.

Good Luck!
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thanx
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