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Computing Hardware are the pieces required for a computer system to function as intended. While the list is exhaustive, generally, this includes the monitor, keyboard, mouse, central processing unit, and motherboard. Register today to discover how Forge can help you buy and sell private shares.

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$4.16B
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$26.86MM
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$3.15B
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$2.5B
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$120MM
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$502.74MM
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$522.6MM
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$817.9MM
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$881.89MM
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$646.95MM
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$185.86MM
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$471.63MM
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$425.96MM
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$223.46MM
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$162.23MM
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$786.28MM
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$610.27MM
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$563.68MM
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$524.94MM

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