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  VGC-RC310G

Filed under: Dan-Gil's Journal — admin - December 20, 2006 @ 8:04 pm

VGC-RC310G

It was back in August when Evan asked me to pick a Sony product that would enhance my productivity. At first I thought of getting the MFM-HT205 (20” wide screen LCD/TV), which up to now, I still haven’t seen any that matches the specs for the same price. The lowest I’ve seen on Froogle is $679.00, not a very high WAF (wife approval factor) rating but still worth it. After telling Evan this, he said to try and see if I can find a system that’s close to the price range. By the way we started working on Greater Good TV early June and we all became like hyper-threading processors, multi-tasking and all that, pretty exciting. Basically my main responsibilities now are the audios and the soon to be launched online videos, among other things. So from audio to video, thus the hardware upgrades. I was really surprised when Evan told me that he would be getting the RC310G, I found some nice models that would do the job under $1,500 but he said we might as well get the higher end model and the boss was right, overall it’s far out! (more…)