I agree with the nexus assessment. They also don't
have the bloated OEM
add ons, which I consider a plus.
I wouldn't buy from kogan either. As good as their prices are, warranties
are also good. You can also bring down most bricks and mortar store prices
if you try. Some will do price matching, though they probably restrict it
to Australian businesses selling Australian stock.
On 7 October 2012 16:53, Andrew McGlashan <
On 7/10/2012 2:24 PM, Russell Coker wrote:
Kogan seems to have good prices, but they provide no support at all,
stuff to you and that's it. They have the
Galaxy Nexus for $339.
Honestly, .... seriously .... Kogan???????
Get serious, they grey import, you don't get AU stock, you don't get AU
warranty ... they are far less than no good for "no support at all".
When you buy something from Kogan, you buy the minimum AU statutory
warranty and then you pay extra, sometimes a lot extra, for what should
be "standard" warranty periods for equipment.
Oh and like many other companies that use FB for likes so that you can
comment on them, any negative comments will be simply deleted, however
true and real they are as they obviously detract from the message.
Needless to say the whole "like" situation on FB is way over blown and
is a false way to further deceive the market (at least all the dills
that think FB numbers really mean something).
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