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I was fixing a friends laptop and needed some old parts. I thought I would try Hotspot Computers. They did have the Ram and a D-link N-Nano (DWA-131) but I should have bought the D-link and this Astone Dual Hard Disk Dock from MSY, where I always shop. I paid $89 for the HDD copier from HotSpot Computers and MSY had it for $43. The D-link was $49 at Hotspot Computersand MSY had it for $28. Boy, do I feel ripped off now. The Ram was $50 per stick but it is so old now that I could have paid $20-$30 for it. Take my advice and shop at MSY or Ebay. The guys at Hotspot Computers were very helpful but they really over charge for the stock they sell. I feel foolish to return them and stupid for paying so much. That's the last time I shop there.
A Year ago, (Me dumb enough at the time didn't know how to build my own PC), I brought one of there value Boxed PCs which had a ASROCK Motherboard with a 3.4ghz duo-core processor. Worked perfectly for 3 days until the PC Frooze, ever since then I had random freezes at the desktop constantly, with WinXP and also Windows 7. Angry that I was that I paid good money for a faulty PC and also lost my warrantly receipt, it wasn't until until 6 months later I finally pinpointed the cause of the lock-ups. I now got a stable machine by having to underclock my CPU from 3.4 to 3.2ghz. Guess my CPU is too fast for my motherboard. IT Computers are overpriced, you pay a fortune for any rare parts to be ordered in, and the last time I shopped with them I paid $90 for a digital TV USB Tuner. Only to come across a few months later at other store priced at only around the $34 price range.
It's not even worth the 1/2 a star. Ive been there 3 times and the last time i went there was to get the software thing fixed, and now if i want to go onto the net, it doesnt even load or it loads all wanky and freezes on me. As for the first 2 times, its not even worth mentioning. Theyre just lazy, think they know it all and keep trying to tell me im wrong and play down the issues.. Will NEVER come back again.
Whenever I need computer equipment this place is my first choice. The advice is good. They don't always try to sell me something if they know it doesn't meet my needs. The prices are always good. I didn't give it 5 stars, but I can't think of any computer retailer I would give 5 stars to - the business is too competitive for anyone to really give outstanding service or prices, however IT Warehouse is a good as, or better, than most. I've made about 5 purchases from them.
I believe I have had a terrible personal experience with IT Warehouse, Here it is, I bought a mid range desktop computer, good specs, decent machine, now it was supposed to have 4GB of DDR3 ram installed, they had only put in 2GB of ram. Now that is only the beginning... I brought the machine back and the staff tried to come up with every excuse they could. Even blaming me, "you must have taken it out" which I couldn't have without voiding to warranty, "we had on record that it was put it", after a while they pulled out a stick memory and stuck it in,read more