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Topic # 225536 23-Nov-2017 12:06
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Samsung 850 EVO 1tb NZD389

 

https://www.dicksmith.co.nz/dn/buy/samsung-850-evo-1tb-ssd-mz-75e1t0b/

 

Samsung 960 Pro 512gb NZD389

 

https://www.dicksmith.co.nz/dn/buy/samsung-960-pro-512gb-ssd-mz-v6p512bw/

 

 

 

I doubt there will be any NZ Local seller can do this price.

 

Yes they are shipping from overseas but it is not over NZD400 so you shouldn't pay tax. Their website said "Tax Free" during checkout but not sure if they will cover the tax if the customs give you a hard time.


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  Reply # 1907271 24-Nov-2017 19:21
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kogan.com.au bought the rights to use the dicksmith trade name.

 

Tax is calculated on the cost of the good AND shipping.

 

And remember, any warranty claim you make will be out of Australia.

 

 

 

 

 

But I remember DJ Reid

 

The good old days...

 

 


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  Reply # 1907317 24-Nov-2017 19:55
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every time I see a car number plate that starts with XH





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  Reply # 1907348 24-Nov-2017 20:45
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D J Reid !!!! You must be old :)


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  Reply # 1907414 24-Nov-2017 22:01
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How about Wisemans, I think they used to be on Vivian Street in Wellington




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  Reply # 1907415 24-Nov-2017 22:02
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No, what is this smith of dicks you speak of?


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  Reply # 1907418 24-Nov-2017 22:15
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mugs2000:

 

D J Reid !!!! You must be old :)

 

 

 

 

I remember the 60's


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  Reply # 1907420 24-Nov-2017 22:20
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Technofreak: How about Wisemans, I think they used to be on Vivian Street in Wellington

 

 

 

Yep, bought a fair amount of stuff from them and Taranaki Micro

 

 


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  Reply # 1907422 24-Nov-2017 22:27
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D J Reid !!!! You must be old :)

 

 

 

 

I cried when I found out that the TRS-80 Model 2/12/16 computers were simply taken to the dump.

 

8 inch floppy disks, running Xenix

 

 

 

I still have my Dick smith System-80, Kaypro 4 and was impressed with the kit set Sinclair ZX80, it seemed too small to be a computer...lol


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  Reply # 1907483 25-Nov-2017 08:56
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My zx80 wasn’t a kitset. It was ready built. I think you got ripped off if they made you build it :)

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  Reply # 1907504 25-Nov-2017 09:47
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David Reid when they were in Vivian St as well... but the video shop in Cuba mall (where whitcoulls is now maybe?) was where all the cool computers were....




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  Reply # 1907509 25-Nov-2017 10:12
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Well.... I don't know much about DSE history but just an update regarding the SSD.
It is shipped out from Auckland using Toll(strange choice for small items), so I guess this one is actually tax free.

Seems not even Amazon can match the price this year...

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  Reply # 1907510 25-Nov-2017 10:21
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I know them as the company that sells Pixel 2 these days.


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  Reply # 1907524 25-Nov-2017 11:05
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stocksp: My zx80 wasn’t a kitset. It was ready built. I think you got ripped off if they made you build it :)

 

The originals came only as a kitset, it was bought in by the local Radio/TV service technician in Taumarunui for his use.

 

I had my System-80 by then.


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  Reply # 1907532 25-Nov-2017 11:37
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I still have some David Reid-brand Christmas tree lights, and they still work!


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  Reply # 1907637 25-Nov-2017 13:27
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sir1963:

 

mugs2000:

 

D J Reid !!!! You must be old :)

 

 

 

 

I cried when I found out that the TRS-80 Model 2/12/16 computers were simply taken to the dump.

 

8 inch floppy disks, running Xenix

 

 

 

I still have my Dick smith System-80, Kaypro 4 and was impressed with the kit set Sinclair ZX80, it seemed too small to be a computer...lol

 



 

I had a ZX Spectrum.  There was game called "Lords of Midnight". It was almost awesome. :-) 

I also had those tape-loop storage things. Trying to be a hard drives, but on tape.....They never really worked. A terrible idea. 





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