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Topic # 112167 28-Nov-2012 14:37
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Hey Team,

Does anyone know who the re-seller in NZ is for QNAP? - I've checked the usual suspects like Ingram Micro, Dove, Express Data.


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  Reply # 724217 28-Nov-2012 14:40
Send private message are the distributor (-:

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  Reply # 724220 28-Nov-2012 14:41
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mmlakeman: are the distributor (-:

Terrific, thank you kindly. I'll look them up :)


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  Reply # 724221 28-Nov-2012 14:43
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Will they sell just one unit? Or are you looking for wholesale?

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  Reply # 724330 28-Nov-2012 18:51
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I buy through infortek - the guys there seem quite helpful

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  Reply # 724334 28-Nov-2012 19:02
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got mine from Aquilatech

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  Reply # 724420 28-Nov-2012 22:18
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ActiveMatrix: Hey Team,

Does anyone know who the re-seller in NZ is for QNAP? - I've checked the usual suspects like Ingram Micro, Dove, Express Data.


Try Ascent Technology, that's where I got our QNAP, they are very good to deal with.

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  Reply # 724491 29-Nov-2012 08:37
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There are two Importers/Distributors for QNAP in NZ, SnapperNet and Infortek. The distributor also provides second level tech support (first level is the reseller/retailer).

PB Tech also parallel import QNAP, but be aware that you miss out on local support this way - you have to deal with QNAP directly via email.

One trap to be aware of is that Ascent source the same brand from multiple suppliers. An example of this is the TS-419UII, which is sourced from both SnapperNet and PB Tech. You can tell which is which by the supplier rating Smile

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