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Archive for November 8th, 2009

Ayo sapa yang lagi butuh netbook murah.. silahkan mampir aja ke IndoComTech 2009, dari tanggal 4 sampai hari ini… tgl 8 November 2009…

Mulai netbook dari 2jt’an.. sampai dengan 4jt’an.. available dah.. tinggal gesek.. or tinggal bawa cash.. hmmmm.. prefer bawa cash aja.. sejauh yg terlihat… ATM-ATM disana.. penuh antrian terus..


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