Barely eighteen years old and a high school dropout, Prince Hakim Jenkins leads a gangster lifestyle and is headed for trouble on the streets of New York. Facing violent felony charges and forced to flee from the police, Prince finds his future calling in a most unusual place. Blessed with an unusual gift for working with computers, he turns his strength into a business.
Every hustler dreams of being rich, but Prince is not the average, everyday hustler. He's a computer hacker—an unauthorized user accessing data to steal or corrupt, doing whatever he needs to gain something from the unauthorized virtual break-in. He's a hustler and gangsta who takes what he learned from the streets of New York, and mixes it with white-collar crime in the computer world, making him the Prince of Pentium. Based on true events, The Prince of Pentium follows Jenkins through a period of ten years as he's transformed from a poor, low-class hustler into a genius hacking thug, engaging in high-tech, organized crime.
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