The computers even look fake to me. Looks like a really awsome photoshop job. Just look at the chrome wheels on some of the towers and the gradients on the towers themselves. Light doesnt shine like that. Maybe even some Illustrator work was also done.
grr... when are people gonna get it? I haven't seen *ONE* review of their hardware. Not even a fake one - let alone a real one. I know *no* person who's ever actually ordered a machine, let alone has got one. Site's a fake. Simply.
i don't beleive hose monitors. they aren't photo's for one, they are 3d-constructed images, plus, the main display has 5 200dpi 22" lcds. *find* me a computer, any computer that could display that many pixels. a dual 30" set up, which is pretty damned good, and very intensive on graphics even now, has 8 million effective pixels being powered. their flagship athen thing runs 46 million pixels. that's 6x times more.
I admit, this site has baffled me for a couple of years now. I already told my story way back in this thread, so I won't go over it again. But it is interesting. The site is on hoax sites and there's a lot of evidence indicating it's a fake. I'm in total agreement that it is very odd you never see any reviews of this place, though I haven't actualy gone looking either. And since it's a PC company, it's very unlikely I'd ever come across such a review anyway.
However, I'd like to see somebody here try to place an order (like I did two years ago). Why would they keep this hoax going for so long and actually "pretend" to take orders? There are people who have tracked down each product that they sell and shown them to actually exist. This company seems, at best, to simply be a reseller of existing products from a variety of manufacturers. They just present/brand them in interesting ways. As one other poster on another site put it, just like Alienware.
If you google www.go-l.com hoax, there's a ton of "info", "evidence" and debate out there. Great hoax (just for endurance alone) if it is one.