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Just recently in December of 2000 I purchased a new personal computer I already had a computer but I was looking for one that could perform better and do the tasks I needed it to do quickly and easily There were many steps in the Psychological core I went through while making my decision as to what computer to buy While considering to buy a new computer I realized that thy can be expensive and cost more money than I actually had Therefore I would have to take out a loan or take out extra money for my college loan In spite of this I was still very motivated to look into computers in hope to purchase one In order to have the opportunity to buy a computer I set aside free time that I would use to research and buy the computer Finally I already possessed the ability I needed to purchase this computer therefore I was already very aware of what I needed and wanted in my new computerDue to the fact that I was greatly motivated had the ability and opportunity to purchase a new computer I made an effort to expose perceive and attend to any information that I thought would be valuable to me while purchasing a computer If there were any advertisements for computers on television in magazines or on the Internet I would be very attentive and remember the web site of the computer so I could go online and check it out to see what the company has to offer me I also listened to what other people had to say about different kinds of computers and what they thought about them The most common advertisements I saw were that by Dell Compaq IBM IMAC Hewitt Packard and Gateway I then used the information I perceived and categorized it in attempt to narrow down and group each computer into my own set category My two categories I
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