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Topic # 191653 11-Feb-2016 15:24
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Hi

 

 

 

I was wondering beside trademe and here is there anywhere really good for getting a pc from


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  Reply # 1490513 11-Feb-2016 15:29
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Computerlounge, Playtech, PBTech, plenty of specialist PC stores around the place... or if you're really game, a toaster shop like Noel Leeming or something might still sell some.





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  Reply # 1490518 11-Feb-2016 15:31
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You mean a ready built one or do you want to build your own? PBTech, Computer lounge and Playtech are some of the most popular places. 


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1490523 11-Feb-2016 15:34
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tried most of those, Ill try what I haven't been on yet tho out of that list


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  Reply # 1490526 11-Feb-2016 15:37
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Are you looking for something in particular?


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  Reply # 1490558 11-Feb-2016 15:53
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Really, if you've tried *any* of those places and couldn't find a PC for sale, you're doing something wrong. You may need to be just a little bit more descriptive about what you're after to get any useful help.





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  Reply # 1490560 11-Feb-2016 15:54
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Computer Lounge, all day every day.





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  Reply # 1490592 11-Feb-2016 16:10
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cant get a computer from a computer shop, lol


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