On Tue, Nov 07, 2000 at 12:58:39PM +0000 or so it is rumoured hereabouts,
Dermot McGahon thought:
> >>>>> "Niall" == Niall O Broin <niall at magicgoeshere.com> writes:
> Niall> I'd be astonished if you can't buy that memory direct from
> Niall> Kingston - their Irish supplier is (was ?) a crowd in
> Niall> Fairview whose name unfortunately escapes me. They also
> Niall> have a website where you can look up your PC model and
> Niall> produce exactly the right Kingston part number. I've used
> Niall> Kingston memory for various proprietary interfaces over the
> Niall> years (Sun, notebooks) and never had a problem.
>> You're probably right. If anyone knows who their Irish supplier (apart
> from Dell) is would they please let me know offlist. I have the part
> numbers (they were available from the Dell website).
>AFAIK, Kingston are now trading as Intech Ireland, still in fairview and
lorcan at intech.ie is one contact there? (This is a little fuzzy now.
While I'm sure intech ireland exists I'm not certain if they're the people
who used to be Kingston but it jiggles a neuron or two all the same.)
Conor Daly <conor.daly at oceanfree.net>
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