best place to get an iMac?

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  1. Salaryman Ryan

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    Contact Charlie first so that he can give you a quotation. Send an email order confirmation then go to Digital Hub.
     
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    Got my first iMac over at Digital Hub.
     
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    Sir magkano po kuha mo. tsaka how can I get a discount. thank you
     
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    I have Macs as early as 1996 that still works and I used to work them very hard.
     
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    Who has the best deals for iMacs? Our office is looking for a supplier.
     
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    Get it from "digits trading" Digital Hub. Ask sir charlie for pricing and discounts you won't regret it

    Sent from my GT-I9100
     
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    Beware of Liteware Computers Corp. Illegal Technical Job!!!!!

    Good day! To all consumers of LITEWARE COMPUTERS be alert and don’t make yourself be fooled by this LITEWARE COMPUTERS.

    I let my unit be repaired here and they ask me for some replacement on bolts and hardware of my unit. They said they need to replace a new one so I let them do what is good for my unit and expecting that the parts that they will use on my unit were brand new because I pay for the brand new but when my unit need for a repair again and bring it to other TECHNICAL SUPPORT of MAC I learned that the parts that they used on my unit was not a brand new but instead a repaired and been cleaned parts.

    And one of my friend who bought a unit to them which is supposed to be a brand new because He pay for the price of a brand new unit found out that the unit he bought was not a brand new instead it was a repaired unit that they clean so it may look brand new.
    Be careful on choosing a Technical Repair on your MAC units especially if you plan to bring it on LITEWARE COMPUTERS if I were you I will bring it to other Technical Support instead.
    Calling the attention of Apple Philippines please investigate on this matter. If this LITEWARE COMPUTER, are following STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES.

    Danny Lee
     
  8. mystavros

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    Did you talk to the manager about your concerns before you made these rants?
     
  9. sbuckspodium

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    You could also call apple directly aside from the manager/supervisor/owner.

    No one with "powers" will know(If you haven't) and if they don't know change(s) can't happen.

    -no I'm not connected with any local apple dealer/reseller just to be clear-
     
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    Hi guys,

    I'm planning to buy imac next week, i saw an imac mc309 intel core i5 quad core osX lion.

    retail price in power mac or switch is 60,990.00

    i can buy it at 53,999.00

    what do you think mga sir?

    Is there a big difference in Snow Leopard intel i3 model?

    Thanks guys
     
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    Hi Reclamation. It depends on your type of usage for your iMac. If it's general regular use like browsing, emails, simple word docs you may not notice a huge difference between the i5 and i3 models. If you're a heavy user go for the i5 model. Try to inquire also at Digital Hub as they may give you a better deal. Contact Sir Charlie for a quote. You also need to consider the after sales tech support before buying. I had problems with PowerMac with their tech services and store policies.
     
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    Thank you sir Macsonic for the quick response, I'm a heavy user that's why i want the i5 model.

    Do you have contact number of Sir Charlie? Thank you very much sir
     
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    Sir i already emailed sir Charlie, waiting for reply.

    Thanks sir
     
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    Kinda OT, what about mac mini? Can I get a discount if I'm going to buy it in digital hub?
     
  17. macbookproi5

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    macmall if you guys are here in the us. macmall.com they have good deals there sometimes.
     

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