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Topic # 179362 5-Sep-2015 14:30
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Has anyone seen, played with or can recommend MINIX NEO X8 H X8-H plus device, (http://m.aliexpress.com/item/2019113176.html) more importantly can this sort of equipment be purchased on Amazon and shipped to Nz, or if I use aliexpress are there any traders that are trusted by members of GZ?

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  Reply # 1380279 5-Sep-2015 15:15
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You might want to consider gearbest or geekbuying.

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  Reply # 1380343 5-Sep-2015 17:15
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I got an x8-H (not the plus) from expansys.co.nz. It arrived in good condition and pretty quickly.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1380740 6-Sep-2015 19:25
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I got the Windows version from Expansys and was very happy with their service, and with the unit itself. Shipping was about $20 and it arrived in just a few days.




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