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Topic # 95337 31-Dec-2011 09:38
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In Canada, these are selling for NZ$441. Are they available in NZ$ What price?




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  Reply # 563143 31-Dec-2011 09:45
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Yep ingram has them in stock RRP (inc): $895.85INCL TAX

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  Reply # 563329 31-Dec-2011 18:37
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freitasm: Click the link to PriceMe...


I see....

Different vendors price different models very differently by geography.  

The "Boxing Week" price for the 32GB Lenovo 10" wifi tablet here in Ontario is at least NZ$250 less than the NZ price.

At NZ$441 even if GST was paid (that price already includes 13% 'HST'). The original price was C$299 + 13% HST (Harmonised Sales Tax) ='s C$349




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