should I sue the shopping channel for false advertising?
so anyway, the shopping channel in canada was having a dell blowout thing or something, and this "know-it-all" computer dude was advertising the stuff. There was a notebook that had an intel core duo processor at 1.63 ghz or something, and hes like "say goodbye to old 1 processor computer because what you get with this computer is 2 processors". Theres 1 thing to sue them for...false advertising. A FUCKING NOTEBOOK CANT HAVE TWO PROCESSORS. ESPECIALLY A DELL. well the second computer was a desktop and it cost 1,399 canadian dollars, and hes like "its one of the best". What a shame, the computer only had 1 gig of ram, a 160 gig hard drive, and one dvd-rw drive. But the part that angered me the most, was the part where he said the graphics card it has... the radeon x300 (which is equal to a radeon 9250), could run any game on on the market crystal clear. so...should I sue them for making 2.5 thousand people buying the stuff believe that a laptop has 2 processors and a x300 can run any game on high settings?
Core 2 Duo e4500 2.2ghz @ 2.8ghz
evga 650i ultra
2gb 400mhz ram OC'ed to 450
evga geforce 7600GT overclocked