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Topic # 24479 25-Jul-2008 12:58
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Hi all,

I want to get an asus eee pc 901 linux, the best price on price spy is from Aquila Technology, a shop from Wellington.

My question is, I'm quite new to NZ in general. Only bought off stuff from the usual retailers: DSE, bond & bond etc. & occasionally from Ferrit i.e. elive & C1 shopping mall. All those were just less than $50 that I bought online.

This would be my biggest purchase online in NZ. So would like any opinions on this shop please.

Thanks all


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  Reply # 151896 27-Jul-2008 20:08
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Ive purchased servers etc  from them.  Its probably Mike you will deal with they are fine from both a purchase and returns point of view.

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  Reply # 151905 27-Jul-2008 20:43
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I've purchased a few things as well and had no troubles.


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  Reply # 151938 27-Jul-2008 23:10
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thanks for the replies. will try them but will follow-up on pricespy to see if anywhere is cheaper.

thanks again.

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