Discussion in 'Parts: For Sale/Trade/Wanted' started by TurboMirage, Nov 2, 2003.
must be in good condition, ata33 atleast.... WD or MAXTOR preferred. 40+ gb.
there are no 40+gb hdds...
there is nothing bigger then 40Gig? since when
i think you took that wrong.
there is nothing even as big as 40gb on that website, unless i didnt see them or something..
http://www.newegg.com has bigger ones I didn't look at the other one
Hitachi 60GB $67.99
Seagate 80GB $61.90
IBM 120GB $99.99
IBM 120GB $97.50
IBM 82.3GB $72.99
WD 40GB $59.00
Computer Geeks always has some interesting deals... but they're not a regular retail store. They always have one-offs, discontinued items, and some refurbished stuff. If you want new stuff from current product lines, Newegg is the place to go. If you want some of the older or weird stuff, hit up Computer Geeks. I always hit that site at least once a day just to see what they have.
thanks calesta. i had some trouble navigating that site...
but i found a nice seagate 120gb with 9.8ms seek and 7200rpms ata100 for 106 shipped. its on its way.
CUSTOMER SERVICE (or lack thereof ) aside....
fry's 0wnz !!!
I could spend 4 hours in a fry's electronics store buying all sorts of cool stuff.
do they have them out in Texas Calesta?
What theme is your store?
Ours is the tiki theme, and the one in orange county is a Roman theme....
I didn't know that Fry's had themes... ours are plain.
I'll typically only go to Fry's if I really need something. They won't honor the prices on their web site (which are half the price in the store), and their service blows. I've had more than one friend who got screwed out of their "extended warranty" plan. They might as well call it a "give us your money and forget about seeing any benefit" plan.
The stores are cool because they're so big, but the management behind the physical stores really sucks. Service = ass, prices = ass...
There are Fry's in Dallas, Houston, and Austin as far as I know. I don't know about other locations.
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