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Topic # 150851 5-Aug-2014 13:52
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PB Tech having another sale - Wednesday 6th August 9am till 9pm

Stocktake Clearance sale

Asus Transformer T100 $535

16GB Flash sticks/cards $9

Galaxy Note 3 $690

Dell 17" i5 8GB Laptop $748

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  Reply # 1102656 5-Aug-2014 14:55
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They is. Might get myself a camera :O

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  Reply # 1102667 5-Aug-2014 15:22
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I hope this sale is good, the Independence Day one was disappointing. I'm looking at getting a 1TB SSHD for my PS4.

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  Reply # 1102714 5-Aug-2014 16:48
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Dammit - lots family sickness and vehicle problems have shredded current disposable income over the last 2 months...

Just looked at the link jonb posted - some great deals in there. Wonder if Timmmay's still looking for a printer?

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  Reply # 1102733 5-Aug-2014 17:01
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I may be, thanks for the PM Drat :)

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  Reply # 1103711 6-Aug-2014 22:42
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Brought myself a Nikon D3300 now to try some nightscape photography :)

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  Reply # 1105653 9-Aug-2014 22:45
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I've bought alot of gear from them as well, Will never go back to the other retailers! PB tech Rules!

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  Reply # 1105662 9-Aug-2014 23:18
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That's a good monitor for $48! I'd love to add a third, but my desk here is a bit cramped. 

Also, those Apacer flash drives are amazing for their price. I got a 32 GB USB 3.0 one from PB Tech for $16 or so when I got an SSD for the laptop. The thing's performance is pretty nice for the price. Worked wonderfully for OS installation!

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