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Old Apr 20, 2021, 12:01 PM   #1
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Eisberg
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Default Those smart companies, encouraging to buy their hardware

I just realized something. I bought the keyboard and mouse I have because of the headset I have.

A long while ago, some years ago I needed a new headset. I bought it Best Buy, and the headset I chose was the Steel Series Actis 7.

And then some time later I needed a new mouse. Well, since I already had the Steel Series software installed, I decided to buy the steel series mouse, so I wouldn't need another piece of software to run.

And then I needed a new keyboard, bought yesterday, and I did the same thing, bought a Steel series keyboard. All because I already had the software installed.

Those smart buggers, getting me to buy their other hardware just because already had their software installed.
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