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Joelz

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For a Asus w5fe loaded actually signed not stamped by Bill Gates? There are only 10 in existence. I am curious if the market holds true or not.

Thanks, :)
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CamTheMan

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I wouldn't even buy it... if it was under $1,000 maybe and had good specs a stamp by Bill means nothing personally to me.

-Cam :)
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seems unbelievable
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To own it? Not much.

To ensure that, after I'm done with it, there are only 9 left in existence? Now that might be worth something... :)
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I actually won the Put windows vista to work contest and in doing so won an Asus w5fe latop personally signed by Bill Gates. It arrives Thursday May 1st and I am putting it up on e-bay the day after. I need the money more than I need this piece of pop culture. There are only 10 given out and it is said to be the last thing signed by Bill Gates so that may be worth something.
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Hi there,

If I were you, I would sell it in 10 years time - it would probably be worth a lot more by then.

Cheers

Troy
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Or a lot less - it would be completely obsolete and people would pay for the autograph only :)
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