Jaguar (formerly called europoint) are pretty good value for the dublin
area, can sometimes haggle a bit if you are buying a few hundred quid/euro
worth of hardware from them.
Best to call them to ask for a faxed copy of the latest prices as they never
seen to be fast with website updates or requests for emailed price lists.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Murtagh" <murtaghn at tcd.ie>
To: <ilug at linux.ie>
Sent: Sunday, January 06, 2002 4:48 PM
Subject: Re: [ILUG] [OT] Good for hardware?
> On Saturday 05 January 2002 20:11, Declan Moriarty wrote:
> > There's people in West Link Industrial Estate - Europoint(?) Euro
> > anyhow, who are supposed to be good.
>> I hope it's not these people (visit this website and feel the urge to kill
> rising...). Very out of date.
>http://www.clubi.ie/europoint/components.html>> > Jaguar Computers are in Behind the Tile Market where Ballymount Lane
> > the Naas Rd (Just at the M50 roundabout). They are helpful, do their own
>>http://www.jaguarcompsys.ie/> Fairly out of date. (Athlon 1.4GHz is as high as they go).
>> Now I'm sure the places themselves are selling more recent kit, but
> the sites give a very bad impression. The best site I've seen is
> actually www.peats.ie. Considering that neither of these vendors
> are in prime locations, they could do with improving their websites.
>> As far as I'm concerned the market for someone providing a dabs
> or scan like service in Ireland it wide open. Whether there's any
> money in it or not is a different matter....
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