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# 36843 2-Jul-2009 12:42
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Hey all, just wondering if anyone can post some/a list of hardware retailers for australia and afar who ship to NZ, im having some trouble locating a few peices of hardware for my HTPC project.

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  # 230266 2-Jul-2009 13:11
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Probably find most do - goto their websites and check out the shipping options.




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  # 230274 2-Jul-2009 13:20
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Just be aware that sometimes shipping costs can be very expensive - make sure you check the price of the goods and add in shipping when shopping around for deals.

 
 
 
 


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  # 230279 2-Jul-2009 13:35
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I used these guys when I lived in Australia: AusPCMarket

They ship to NZ and have a pretty decent range of stuff and were pretty quick to ship stuff, but they seem to be a bit coy about providing shipping prices to NZ (they just point you to the Australia Post website for shipping calculations).

A decent price searching engine for Australia is Statice Ice - you might want to try that and then see which retailers will ship to NZ.

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