Padraig Brady wrote:
> Ken Guest wrote:
>>> Rick Moen wrote:
>>>>> (Apologies if my MUA mashes the symbol for pounds sterling.)
>>>>>> Can't comment on the latter question, but isn't this the unit offered
>>> via mail order in the USA for US $199? Ye Gods, maybe it'd be cheaper
>>> to get shipment from New York City.
>>>>> And hope there's still a flippable switch at the back to change the
>> PSU over to working on European mains/electricity supply.
>>> Join the 21st century. You'll be hard pressed to find
> a PSU that isn't auto or wide range these days, especially
> on computer equipment.
Out of the 3 machines on my desk, 2 of them have PSU switches, including
the latest addition from Dell.
So who needs to get with the 21st century?
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