My PIII 800 Mhz computer is just too slow for me, I never use it. If I don’t have multiple gigahertz in my metal box then that’s all it is to me, a metal box. That trusty old PIII still runs solid, and can perform 90% of my daily functions with no real issues (email, web browsing, chatting, MS office, etc.). Which is why these out dated machines are moving to a place where they aren’t out dated, Africa. Thousands of computers that would end up collecting dust in dark closets and garages are being sent to Africa for a new beginning. Schools and organizations that are too poor to purchase new computers have been given these facelifted computers. Could this be a corporate scheme to start outsourcing computer jobs to Africa?