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# 177430 2-Aug-2015 17:28
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Hey guys so Ive decided to get the Acer Aspire V15 Nitro. Only problem now is that I dont know if I should get it from Computer Lounge or PB tech. Ive been to pb tech before and have experienced problems with their products even though they are a little cheaper than Computer Lounge. Can you guys give me pros and con from buy from both companies or just a suggest of where I should get it from?

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  # 1357201 2-Aug-2015 17:43
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Computer Lounge generally has much better customer service I find. Probably give you less hassle if you need warranty support. You can try asking them to match (or at least reduce) their price -- they're very responsive via email.

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  # 1357205 2-Aug-2015 17:47
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When you say problems with PB Tech products, did you mean service? Since they don't make anything

 
 
 
 




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  # 1357210 2-Aug-2015 17:56
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nathan: When you say problems with PB Tech products, did you mean service? Since they don't make anything


Yah, services when something goes with a product I get from them

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  # 1357243 2-Aug-2015 19:32
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panda123: ... Can you guys give me pros and con from buy from both companies or just a suggest of where I should get it from?



I do a lot of business with both companies - both are good.

Given a choice I would use Computer Lounge - excellent service, very reliable.




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  # 1357340 2-Aug-2015 21:48
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CL > PB Tech




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  # 1357345 2-Aug-2015 21:52
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This is a no brainer! My choice would be Computer Lounge!

Create your account with CL and then ask Revo to pricematch. https://www.computerlounge.co.nz/store/pricematch.asp







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  # 1357354 2-Aug-2015 22:09
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nakedmolerat: This is a no brainer! My choice would be Computer Lounge!

Create your account with CL and then ask Revo to pricematch. https://www.computerlounge.co.nz/store/pricematch.asp




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  # 1357369 2-Aug-2015 22:48
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just found out PB tech price including GST is about $50 than computer lounge on the same model. Will most likely go there sometime this week and get it. Thanks for all the comment!

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