From: Penzance - NetFinity (penzance_at_gate.net)
Date: Thu Dec 05 2002 - 04:06:39 EST
thanks for the good thoughts..
apricorn is pretty much out of the memory business.. at
least to the extent that they were some years ago..
i would use global priority mail to venezuela.. for a cheap
i sell ibm and goldenram..
when i get a sale that is.. :-)
and it is usually a 256meg or 512meg part..
(from NetFinity Server)
web page: http://www.thinkpads.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Ross" <ross_at_math.hawaii.edu>
To: "Peter Machule" <machule_at_triumf.ca>; "Juan Vizoso"
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2002 3:37 AM
Subject: Re: [Thinkpad] Where to buy a memory upgrade?
> > ok
> > assuming you are in the US.
> I'm surprised as a Canadian you didn't glance at his
> > From: "Juan Vizoso" <vizoso_at_telcel.net.ve>
> I think his best bet is Crucial or Amazon or Buy.com, all
of whom should be reasonable with shipping to Venezuala.
> Or there's our own Bill Morrow, who I think will ship
global priority (cheap) but possibly only stocks pricey
memory like Apricorn.
> However, your main point is correct - cheap commoodity
memory seems to be fine for the A series.
> - David R.
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