[nSLUG] Computer store

J. Paul Bissonnette jpaulb at eastlink.ca
Sun Aug 3 22:00:28 ADT 2008

I wrote down all their name and addresses. check them out on Tuesday.
If there was some place in Antigonish area i wouldn't have to drive to 
Halifax except for enjoyment.

One store closed, the one on main street,forget it!!
I brought a laptop in there, asked if they had a ram for it in stock. 
They charged me $65 to installalation + ram + hst, I never got kissed.

The other is more into service very little stock.


Ian Campbell wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 02, 2008 at 04:57:31PM -0300, J. Paul Bissonnette wrote:
>> Can any one recommend a computer store in Halifax. I think my 
>> motherboard is going bad.
> Greenlyph is conveniently located if you're in/around south end
> Halifax, but their selection (in my experience) isn't great... they'll
> order stuff in for you, but you can order stuff yourself without the
> markup. They also don't seem to have a very 'deep' inventory, seems
> like every time I want something there, they're out of stock. Lesson
> learned, call ahead.
> MysteryByte was the only place in town carrying the motherboard I was
> looking for a month or so ago. Their prices are reasonable and their
> selection seems good, but they're not easy to get to. They're not
> quite on the Rotary anymore (not that that was much easier to get to),
> they're up the Bay road, near the Needs. It's not much further, but it
> makes it harder to get to without a car.
> Spectrum was the only place that had old ram when I was looking for
> it. It's just off Spring Garden. Prices are kinda ... meh. I remember
> thinking their hours were a little inconvenient, but that was a while
> ago and I haven't checked since.
> I've heard people say good things about Robotnik, but I've never
> been.
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