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Topic # 166059 1-Mar-2015 12:08

Just picked myself up one of these.  Samsung monitor for $89, nothing fancy but all I need.

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/redalert/product/1888482

At these sort of prices, if you're earning an average wage, you pretty much want for nothing in this country now (unless you're trying to buy a house in Auckland).  Does scarcity no longer exist?  That's for another topic. 

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  Reply # 1249006 1-Mar-2015 20:15
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It's a pretty small and low res monitor. You can pick up some good deals on trademe for exlease ones, which are larger and highr res, cheaper, and potentially better brands than that.

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  Reply # 1249032 1-Mar-2015 20:50
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2007 wants it's tiny, non-HD display back... :x




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  Reply # 1249050 1-Mar-2015 21:44
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Pb has better deals all the time. Why would you want something that small anyway?




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