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  #270025 4-Nov-2009 14:43
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Have to register to tell you how to improve your service? No thanks...




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  #270029 4-Nov-2009 14:47
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Here is the difference

1x 2GB DDR2-800

Old Pricespy list -> http://web.archive.org/web/20080621162909/www.pricespy.co.nz/pno_8589.html (276 prices)

New Pricespy list -> http://pricespy.co.nz/category.php?k=s43901052 (9 prices)




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  #270046 4-Nov-2009 15:31
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Hi Kiwijunglist!

The categories that are active are the ones you see on the start page. We are constantly working on new ones and therefore you may find products belonging to categories not yet seen on the start page. This product belongs to one of those categories that are under development. However, you may find them in PriceSpy Raw which means you may find the product but you cannot make a price  comparison yet.

Search for the product:



Then click on show all to see more stores:




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  #270135 4-Nov-2009 19:26
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thank you. i did find some using the raw search earlier.

BTW - your raw search is faulty when you use the "-" sign in the search string.




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  #270395 5-Nov-2009 16:31
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I don't even bother using the new pricespy site. It's full of useless features and eye candy.

I use the mobile site (m.pricespy.co.nz) for everything - even when I'm at my desktop. It's just so much quicker and easier to use.

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  #271951 11-Nov-2009 10:24
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Tip: You are using an old version of Internet Explorer. To get a better experience Prisjakt as other websites, recommend you to download the latest version of Internet Explorer. We can also recommend any of the following alternative browsers: Firefox,Safari, Opera or Chrome. If you are at work, please contact your IT manager.

hmm been a while since I went to it, my it has changed! the above happened while i went to it at work. what is Prisjakt? or am i the only that doesn't know what it means?

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  #271989 11-Nov-2009 11:48
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Can we have the old one back too?


 
 
 
 


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  #272016 11-Nov-2009 12:45
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Can't remember if I saw it here, but the mobile version of the site works really well on normal browsers and is much more similar to the old one

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  #272045 11-Nov-2009 14:09
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Hi wanwarlock!

Thank you for notifying us, we will take care of it!

We understand that there are wishes to be able to group the products by a criteria. In other words, one would be able to group, for example the graphics processors and only show lowest price in each group. We are working on making this possible. Here you see graphics cards grouped by processor, and we have clicked the Radeon HD4870 X2 group to list the containing products. Please have a look and let us know what you think about it.
http://pricespy.co.nz/misc/demos/category_group_by2.gif

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  #272101 11-Nov-2009 17:17
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yeah the new layout looks cool but it just takes a little bit more time to get around but compared to the HUGE awesome changes they made idk about the time.

I love the new site you can even add things to your list then pricespy will make a shopping list for you for all the cheapest places to get everything on your list its awesome!

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  #272111 11-Nov-2009 17:57
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The new website sucks. Real deal.

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  #272471 12-Nov-2009 17:57
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Sensible alternatives are starting to emerge now here's one I saw the other day, still a work in progress though at this stage:

www.gearbot.co.nz

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  #272474 12-Nov-2009 18:00
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The list of cheapest is a good bargaining tool when you go to a retailer that doesnt suck to actually buy the stuff.




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  #272477 12-Nov-2009 18:08
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Ragnor: Sensible alternatives are starting to emerge now here's one I saw the other day, still a work in progress though at this stage:

www.gearbot.co.nz


nostalgia, looking good!




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Another new competitor
http://pricebyte.co.nz/

Gearbot has had a bit more work done on it too
http://www.gearbot.co.nz/

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