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Topic # 80739 3-Apr-2011 22:19
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Hi,

I have the need of a laptop for 24 hours next week. Needs to have M/S Office 2007 or recent copy of Open office and ideally vodem (E220) software loaded (or allow me to install drivers for the day). 

So was wondering if anyone has a recommendation of a laptop hire company in Wellington at all?

Thanks

knoydart

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  Reply # 454940 3-Apr-2011 23:15
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a bit unethical, but find a store that has a 7 day right of return 'no questions asked', buy a laptop from them then take it back when you are finished with it.

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  Reply # 454991 4-Apr-2011 08:59
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Google found a few options.




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  Reply # 455038 4-Apr-2011 11:03
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Well was hoping for some first hand experience of a hire company if possible. Otherwise I'll just work my way through the search results

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  Reply # 455041 4-Apr-2011 11:09
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I asked a company once, one I found randomly from google, but they were horrendously expensive.




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  Reply # 455044 4-Apr-2011 11:12
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I've used these guys a few times, and found them to go the distance to get you what you need.

http://www.computerleasing.co.nz/

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