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# 199211 9-Aug-2016 00:31
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Noel Leeming Moorehouse is selling the following laptop for $1497 as part of their reopening sale. Its damn near half price. They had limited stock and the sale ends tuesday. It's an amazing machine and seemed to good not to pass on.

 



https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/computers/computers/laptops/pc-notebook-computers/hp-15-ax011tx-15-omen-gaming-laptop/prod146962.html


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  # 1606676 9-Aug-2016 05:21
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Spec wise, that is a pretty nice laptop for the money. I Expecting to be disappointed with a 1366x768 screen, but not to be!


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  # 1606692 9-Aug-2016 08:11
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Wow that's a great price alright! I wonder if the Palmerston North store will do similar deals when they are finished their renovations??






 
 
 
 


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  # 1606697 9-Aug-2016 08:34
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Looks like an error, back up to $2,900?


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  # 1606698 9-Aug-2016 08:34
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There is a JB opening very soon in Christchurch, good time to get deals from all the retailers this week I'd suggest. Noels wont want to be outdone by JB opening specials. Good time to be a consumer.




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  # 1606700 9-Aug-2016 08:37
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It's not an error. Its moorehouse ave chch only so therefore online pricing does not reflect this.

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  # 1606701 9-Aug-2016 08:40
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sxz:

 

Looks like an error, back up to $2,900?

 

 

 

 

More than likely a Managers special and specific to that store only, rather than an online price free for all.






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  # 1630879 15-Sep-2016 13:09
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i saw the 14" model sell out at $1500 at PC specialist shop.

 

moving stock making way for the Pascal GPUs. Id not want to pay much more for one considering the Pascals are the first notebook GPus to be within 10% of their desktop counterpart. But if you arent a heavy gamer this pricing is good value.


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