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Topic # 224240 9-Nov-2017 08:47
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Amazon and Best Buy have the Nvidia sheild (with remote and controller) for usd $169.99 which is $30 off and the lowest it has ever been. I’ve ordered mine through amazon, came to nzd $285 including shipping (direct from amazon)

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  Reply # 1898094 9-Nov-2017 09:43
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Damn...now I want this embarassed


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  Reply # 1898509 9-Nov-2017 20:06
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Do I really need a 3rd shield?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1898518 9-Nov-2017 20:30
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Senecio: Do I really need a 3rd shield?


Yes... Yes you do 😂

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  Reply # 1898562 9-Nov-2017 22:32
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If someone buys a new one, can I buy your old one? I want a 2015 model, storage capacity unimportant.

 

 





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