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# 208922 5-Mar-2017 15:11
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I was sure I had seen an advert last year about one in Dunedin as if it was run by PC enthusiasts etc... any recommendations??...Thanks  Laurie


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  # 1730411 5-Mar-2017 15:28
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Cello Technology

 

http://www.cellotech.co.nz/

 

If you have a special requirement, have a talk with them.  They usually can source, or build what ever you need.


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  # 1730425 5-Mar-2017 15:47
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Unfortunately the choices are pretty limited in Dunedin. If I want something urgently I'll go to Cello or GLI but I've found a lot of the time they'll need to order stuff in anyway and they've almost always been more expensive than ordering online from a store elsewhere in the country. I've found the best option is to just order online from Computer Lounge or Ascent, both for parts or prebuilt systems.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1740128 16-Mar-2017 06:59
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We use gli at work,I don't have a lot of good things to say about them. My main issues are, they're expensive and their website is terrible.

Cellotech is good IMO, and not really that much more expensive than online.




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