The most your'e gonna save any which way is about $10 manOriginally posted by Bumbaclat
who has the cheapest and how much?
I went there - but they're all sold out.Originally posted by alexd
Compusmart on Yonge @ Richmond
Santa got me a 40 gig that I am using as an external firewire Hard disk for the laptop while I am on the road. Its perfect to store photos, and lots of 'em.
it was all true at the time, now they've corrected it to cost the customer 64 bucks canadian to replace it (the battery)Originally posted by twitch
"iPod's dirty little secret"
I don't know how much of it is true..
yes and no. the battery is a typical LiIon rechargeable that has the same recharging profile of any LiIon rechargeable. the one problem was due to their use of power while "shut down" ... ie. they didn't really shut down and your battery would drain by quite a bit when not in use thus making you think you were getting less juice out of it.Originally posted by caz
it was all true at the time, now they've corrected it to cost the customer 64 bucks canadian to replace it (the battery)
Costco sells the 40G (i think that's what it is) for about $349Originally posted by Dr. Grinch
The most your'e gonna save any which way is about $10 man
The margins on them AREN'T that spectacular.
If you wanna save more money, buy it from Ebay.
Costsco will probably undercut everyone by $10 or something, but don't expect one place to have it $100 cheaper.
Funny you should mention this as I was trying to buy two ipods today for people through UofT. They are sold out of them as well and won't be getting some back in for a little while.Originally posted by tayo
i just bought an eMac and the best price i found was at the UofT computer shop. (I didn't look at iPods). They have a 'student rate'. You might want to borrow someone's student I.D. but they've never ever asked me to show mine.