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Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by exbox, Oct 2, 2002.
just found a funny typo on this site. I attached a photo if the site decides to fix this huge typo.
isn't this the same site that had the 1.5 ghz powermacs?
It's ProMax again, but that site has so many interesting typos lately - it's hard to understand what's going on.
Like before, the body text doesn't look too bad.
But its funny to see the typos in the specs and not in the price....
LCD iMac for 199.99!!!
OS X 10.2 for $20000+ wasn't funny enough?
I'm not sure if it was ProMax with that error, but I found it funny.
Eventually there will be a uMac in our future at 1.6MHz.
:buys the 800 GHz mac: gets proof needed for site to get order.
:takes advantage of the deal :
as you can see the [title] is 800GHz...its called puffing up your search engine hits and hopefully seeing results in sales. since the body states clearly that its 800MHz, they would claim no responsibility for the typo. Some businesses just have ZERO ethics.
*cough* Sarcasm in my last post *cough*
lol i wasnt even addressing you
i was just commenting on the complete lack of ethics with some online retailers. to me its an obvious 'mis'print done on purpose.
And Some retailers do it for publisity for people to go to there site.
i never thought about all these weird typos being deliberate. those scoundrels!!
Anyone who buys from that site just because it says 800 GHz I would slap. That is just plain idiotic...
These guys are a riot. Dual 1.5GHz PowerMacs and 800GHz iMacs. The titles and main listing are consistantly incorrect, but the descriptions are accurate. This can only be hurting their sales, not helping it. I would NEVER buy from an online store that has contradicting specs, even if I knew what the correct ones were. To me it says these guys couldn't care less about accuracy, so they definitely wouldn't get my money.