Where to buy ibook in Vancouver, BC

Moni

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Jul 15, 2005
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Hi all,
i'm new here and am thinking of buying my first mac in the next 2 weeks. Where in Vancouver is a good place to buy an ibook? Which of the mac resellers would you recommend?

thanks so much
 

Moni

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Jul 15, 2005
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Thanks Lacero.
what about macstation? are they good to deal with?

I'm waiting for a mail from simply computing right now, so we'll see
 

oldschool

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Sep 30, 2003
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Moni said:
Thanks Lacero.
what about macstation? are they good to deal with?

I'm waiting for a mail from simply computing right now, so we'll see


doesn't really matter where you buy from, they all have the same prices....service however is another matter. I haven't had any good experience with macstation's service.
 

Moni

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Jul 15, 2005
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oldschool said:
doesn't really matter where you buy from, they all have the same prices....service however is another matter. I haven't had any good experience with macstation's service.
thanks :)
I'll most likely be not taking in for service at any of the places really, because i'm from up north. just heading to van in a couple of weeks for a few days and thought i'll get one while down there. Service will most likely be over the phone w/ apple support or if somethings goes severly wrong w/ the ibook, I'll have to send it it directly to Apple I guess.

another question. I don't have to take it to the same place where I bought it from for warranty work, do I? lets say I'm on a trip in the US and something goes wrong w/ the ibook, I can take it to one of the Apple Stores there?
 

oldschool

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Sep 30, 2003
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Moni said:
thanks :)
I'll most likely be not taking in for service at any of the places really, because i'm from up north. just heading to van in a couple of weeks for a few days and thought i'll get one while down there. Service will most likely be over the phone w/ apple support or if somethings goes severly wrong w/ the ibook, I'll have to send it it directly to Apple I guess.

another question. I don't have to take it to the same place where I bought it from for warranty work, do I? lets say I'm on a trip in the US and something goes wrong w/ the ibook, I can take it to one of the Apple Stores there?

hmm i'm not sure about how it works for cross border warranty compatibility...but i doubt you'd have any problems.
 

Chundles

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