This is going to sound like a stupid question, given Taiwan is the computer hardware capital of the world. Anyway, I’m going to Taiwan in February for five years, and am trying to decide whether to buy a PC here in the U.S. and bring it over or buy one in Taiwan. My question is, can I buy a souped up (latest processor, video card, memory, etc.) computer in Taiwan that has a BIOS in English like buying one in the U.S. from Dell or Gateway? I’ve been looking at Dell’s website, and they have some great deals and I know everything will be in English. If I wait until I get to Taiwan to buy a computer, will I have a problem communicating I want such and such components, given I’m not fluent in Mandarin, and definitely not fluent in tech talk? Also, if I wait, will I have a problem installing the included software because it will be in Chinese, or does the often included software there (e.g., printer software, BIOS, drivers, etc.) usually come with an English option?