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Topic # 185542 26-Nov-2015 21:53
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CB3-111-C670
Acer Chromebook, 11.6-Inch,
Intel Celeron 2.16 GHz Processor
2 GB DDR3L SDRAM
16 GB Solid-State Drive (SSD)
11.6 inch 1366 x 768 LED-lit Screen


From amazon works out $190nzd shipped :)


Acer Chrome on Amazon <-Geekzone affiliate link if I did it correctly

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  Reply # 1435714 27-Nov-2015 06:04
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Back to 150 US

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  Reply # 1435966 27-Nov-2015 12:26
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Best buy still has it for 99 usd

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/acer-11-6-chromebook-intel-celeron-2gb-memory-16gb-emmc-flash-memory-moonstone-white/8610161.p?id=1219351773817&skuId=8610161

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  Reply # 1436008 27-Nov-2015 13:23
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FYI - got 2 of these last time Best Buy had them on special for $129 for my kids (7+11) and they are great.

Good battery life, reasonably durable and enables them to do everything from assignments on Google docs through to watching Netflix.

My son's screen did get damaged (squashed under a chair) but it was NZD$87 for a replacement LCD shipped from the US - and 5 minutes to replace.



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  Reply # 1436100 27-Nov-2015 15:17
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Chromebooks are underrated. I absolutely love mine and find I use it more than any other PC I own. This is a great deal.




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  Reply # 1436123 27-Nov-2015 15:36
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michaelmurfy: Chromebooks are underrated. I absolutely love mine and find I use it more than any other PC I own. This is a great deal.


How can i have it ship here to NZ or is it better to buy from here?



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  Reply # 1436164 27-Nov-2015 16:20
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Use a freight forwarder if purchasing from best buy IE youshop

They will give you a us address to ship it too and follow the instructions on best buys website for using an international credit card.
Once it arrives at fright forwarder then they will send it on to your address in NZ for the shipping cost (for a chromebook this size I would say $40 NZD)

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  Reply # 1436168 27-Nov-2015 16:34
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Thanks man...Really appreciated...

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  Reply # 1436170 27-Nov-2015 16:36
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It's back in stock with Amazon FYI with direct shipping to NZ available for $35NZD. Total cost looks to be around $190NZD. 

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  Reply # 1436171 27-Nov-2015 16:38
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can you please forward me the link

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  Reply # 1436178 27-Nov-2015 16:49
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thanks, will give it a shot now...

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