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LCD Cheaper in Canada or Australia?

lieb39

Apple lover, PC User
#1
Hello,

I am moving very soon to Australia, currently I live in Canada. I was wondering if it is cheaper down there to buy one or cheaper in Canada to buy one. If in Canada, than what would I do about the different voltages?

A reply A.S.A.P. would mean a lot,

Thanks,

lieb39
 
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PlagueWielder

Guest
#2
I dont know about prices but dont worry about voltages. Most monitors support both so all you have to do is just cut off the part that connects to the wall and replace it (no biggy).
 

Taurus

hardware monkey
#5
Originally posted by PlagueWielder
Most monitors support both so all you have to do is just cut off the part that connects to the wall and replace it (no biggy).
or just buy a new power cable for $2..? (whatever that translates to in QLD)
 
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jimsathome

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#11
Team,

I'm not much on exchange into AUD $ but the lowest cost supplier in North America I've found (I travel around a lot...) is Generic Computers at:

hxxp://www.genericcomputer.bc.ca/

LCD Panel :

15"Philips 150S Super Slim $369

17"Acer AL715 500:1 *$489

17"NEC ASLCD7V 16ms response time $599

Of course these are Canadian $$ off their Site this minute. I hope this is helpful.

Regards,

Jim:cool:
 

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