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  Reply # 1457103 25-Dec-2015 16:39
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dbs: JB hi-fi akai 55" ultra hd $999

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OMG that's it! Now ... whether I can be bothered body barging through a sea of people at doors open

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  Reply # 1457128 25-Dec-2015 17:32
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After very exhaustive searching. This I think is the best laptop deal I can find, http://www.harveynorman.co.nz/event/the-big-sale/hp-pavilion-15-ab113ax-laptop.html

Got a ssd, full HD 15.6 inch screen and 8gb ram. Only question mark is the AMD A10 CPU, does anyone have any experience with these? Hard to find any solid info. I know it will do what I want but will the heat output be ok? Haven't really had much experience with AMD since my old athlon about 15 years ago!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1457148 25-Dec-2015 18:09
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k14: After very exhaustive searching. This I think is the best laptop deal I can find, http://www.harveynorman.co.nz/event/the-big-sale/hp-pavilion-15-ab113ax-laptop.html

Got a ssd, full HD 15.6 inch screen and 8gb ram. Only question mark is the AMD A10 CPU, does anyone have any experience with these? Hard to find any solid info. I know it will do what I want but will the heat output be ok? Haven't really had much experience with AMD since my old athlon about 15 years ago!


It’s AMD A8 a step down from A10. They are alright, I have an A10 and really good lounge pc. Performance wise they are at Intel i3 level, or slighty less.

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  Reply # 1457152 25-Dec-2015 18:16
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k14: After very exhaustive searching. This I think is the best laptop deal I can find, http://www.harveynorman.co.nz/event/the-big-sale/hp-pavilion-15-ab113ax-laptop.html

Got a ssd, full HD 15.6 inch screen and 8gb ram. Only question mark is the AMD A10 CPU, does anyone have any experience with these? Hard to find any solid info. I know it will do what I want but will the heat output be ok? Haven't really had much experience with AMD since my old athlon about 15 years ago!


It’s AMD A8 a step down from A10. They are alright, I have an A10 and really good lounge pc. Performance wise they are at Intel i3 level, or slighty less.

Yeah just realised it was A8. This one is very similar but A10 CPU with 16gb ram and no ssd. http://www.harveynorman.co.nz/computers/laptops/hp-pavilion-15-ab026ax-laptop.html

Info is pretty scant on these AMD cpus. Intel is so dominant!

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  Reply # 1457153 25-Dec-2015 18:28
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Yoga Pro 3 3200x1800 256ssd for $1993

http://www.harveynorman.co.nz/computers/laptops/lenovo-yoga-3-pro-intel-core-m-5y71-laptop-256gb.html

I'm tempted. 

Anyone spot any other 3200x1800 laptops? I can't find ASUS 305 or HP x360 anywhere.

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  Reply # 1457154 25-Dec-2015 18:53
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Anyone know of any good monitor deals? I need to get a non-crappy ones for my upcoming build.

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  Reply # 1457164 25-Dec-2015 19:59
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kitto: Anyone know of any good monitor deals? I need to get a non-crappy ones for my upcoming build.


Maybe   https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/computers/computer-accessories/computer-monitors/aoc-i2757fh-27-borderless-led-monitor/prod120506.html




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  Reply # 1457176 25-Dec-2015 20:18
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Nespresso for $99 after cash back

http://www.harveynorman.co.nz/home-appliances/coffee-and-beverages/coffee-machines/breville-nespresso-inissia-espresso-machine-white.html

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  Reply # 1457181 25-Dec-2015 20:31
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Any one been to harvey norman's in Whangarei for the boxing day sales? Do you need to be there at 8am? is it busy. i'm just up on holiday and wouldn't mind grabbing a few things.

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  Reply # 1457192 25-Dec-2015 20:47
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Fabian: Any one been to harvey norman's in Whangarei for the boxing day sales? Do you need to be there at 8am? is it busy. i'm just up on holiday and wouldn't mind grabbing a few things.


Oh what are you getting?
I have not found anything that i want to spend money on, this is like a first for me and a bit depressing :(



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  Reply # 1457198 25-Dec-2015 21:38
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mattwnz: Just had the first leaflets for Boxing Day deals. 
The Warehouse Flyer, some things I noticed

20-60% off toys
20-50% Outdoor stuff
50-60% off homeware

PS4 500GB $445
Xboxone $485 Sandisk 16GB micro SD cards for $10
Iphone 5s refurb for $499   Not sure if there is anything outstanding though.


I just bought the Sony Bravia 40 inch Full HD LED-LCD TV KDL40R550C for $499 which is like$890 from the Sony Store

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  Reply # 1457214 25-Dec-2015 22:26
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Davout: http://www.dicksmith.co.nz/apple-computers/apple-macbook-pro-13-256gbssd-dsnz-xa1205

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3" rMBP 256gb SSD $2,186


Their website will show it, but they won't have any in stock... even if they do, they won't be able to find it.
Just saying...

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  Reply # 1457218 25-Dec-2015 22:32
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Davout: http://www.dicksmith.co.nz/apple-computers/apple-macbook-pro-13-256gbssd-dsnz-xa1205

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3" rMBP 256gb SSD $2,186


Wow, is that really a laptop for 2000 bucks, that is considered a bargin?

That's crazy. How much does it normally rip you off, I mean cost? 




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