buy here or buy in uk?

Discussion in 'Notebooks & Mobile Devices' started by u, Aug 27, 2008.

  1. u

    u ■ ■ ■ ■

    i wanna buy a laptop, and i can claim RM3500 in M'sia or 560 pounds(equivalent to RM3500) in UK...

    is it more worth it to buy here or in uk? as in...can i get a better deal here/uk?

    and feel free to suggest what laptop i should get... :think:

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  2. aKho

    aKho beat around the bush

    if your staying in Malaysia, buy here la... :whistle:
    consider warranty issues and after sales service.

    i'm also considering to get a laptop for my sister. i'm kinda going for dell but the hp mini looks delicious. too bad it's underpowered imo.
  3. u

    u ■ ■ ■ ■

    i'm gonna be studying in uk for 3 yeah..
  4. peaz

    peaz ARP Webmaster Staff Member

    not sure but you might want to check if Dell has international warranty? If not for the Inspiron models, you might even consider the business-targeted models like Vostro and Latitudes. I think those do have international warranties.
  5. lee_what2004

    lee_what2004 Just Started

    better buy in uk for better support ;)
  6. Adrian Wong

    Adrian Wong Da Boss Staff Member

    Yeah, I would consider support especially since you will be in the UK for some time. Besides, you should have more choices over there. :thumb:
  7. wiiz

    wiiz Just Started

    Buy in the UK, you have more choices. Try alienware UK :) It may cost u more than 560 quid, but you can always use your credit card :thumb:
  8. karhoe

    karhoe Newbie

    You should buy here, because of warranty like what other mentioned above.

    However if they provide international warranty, does it matter? :D
  9. Adrian Wong

    Adrian Wong Da Boss Staff Member

    That depends on the service network. If it's really good, like Dell or ASUS, then it's virtually the same as buying in UK itself.
  10. zy

    zy Staff Member

    buy in UK, since warranty ranges from 1 to 3 years.
  11. starboykb

    starboykb Newbie

    3 years is a long year, better get in UK. Easier access to warranty and after server. not to mention you might think to trade off over there once you finished your studies.
    Last edited: Oct 7, 2008

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