On Sunday 06 January 2002 18:13, kevin lyda wrote:
> but only places in the uk or ireland are mentioned. now that the euro is
> here it should be *really* easy to determine if you're getting a good
> deal in germany, france, etc. unlike the uk (or the us) the prices
> won't vary based on exchange rates.
>> the only problem (for me at least) is that i have no clue where to look
> for good scan-like websites in those countries. i know there's a language
> issue, but german's not all that far off from english when it comes to
> tech things.
this thing looks interesting, will find lowest prices across various websites
From there I found www.actualis.com which is selling the XP 1800+ for
about 20 euro less than dabs. However, their online shop doesn't
even have a box for choosing your country :) And I'm sure it would
be a lot of fun if something went wrong and I had to try and talk to
them in French :/
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