PC World, was Re: [Gllug] SCO Stuff

Peter Childs blue.dragon at blueyonder.co.uk
Tue Feb 17 10:52:40 UTC 2004

On Tue, 17 Feb 2004, Ian Norton wrote:

> On Wed, Feb 11, 2004 at 09:58:09AM +0000, adam at thebowery.co.uk wrote:
> > I have to agree with that, I got my last printer (epson photo 900) from in
> > store for 75 quid even though the displayed price was 100, I just told them it
> > was cheaper on their website and they said I could have it for the online price
> > no problem. I will admit that I didn't buy the usb cable to connect it to my
> > computer from them though, they wanted about 15 quid!! so I ordered some from
> > ebuyer for about 70p each.
> >
> > Anyways, PCWorld sometimes have bargains and offers if you keep an eye out (my
> > brother bought his first PC (pentium 75!!) from PCWorld in Norwich when they
> > first opened the store as a special offer, he had to camp out overnight but got
> > it for 500 quid when all other computers of that spec were at least over a
> > grand).
> The fact that pc world is so inconsistant with prices ( i have seen 9.50 for a
> ide ata33/66 cable before) just points out to thier incompetance,
> Perpetuating this isnt good for the world. ;-)
> But alas i admit i have had one or two good things from them

	Their own advert says it all.

"Where in the World? PC World."

	Which says to me that they are in a world or their own.
Mind you savastore is not much better. There just arn't any good PC
Sellers just a load of Fools and Hourses.

Peter Childs
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