[NTLK] Is NewtonSales a good choice?

Joe Reilly jreilly52 at outlook.com
Tue Aug 25 14:57:47 EDT 2015


Hi Luke,
FWIW an apple updated 2000 is
functionally identical to a 2100. The only
measurable difference is the case
labels/logos, both should have 4mb of
ram which is the only functional
difference I remember*. Both of my
"2100" newtons are actually upgraded
2000s, you can find much better deals
on UMP2000s (upgraded MP2000s) than
2100s.

*I'm sure the others on the list will chime
in if I forgot something important.

-Joe

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From: Luke Seabrook<mailto:lseabrook333 at gmail.com>
Sent: ‎8/‎25/‎2015 13:26
To: newtontalk at newtontalk.net<mailto:newtontalk at newtontalk.net>
Subject: Re: [NTLK] Is NewtonSales a good choice?

I would be careful with them as I bought a mid range 2100 model (by their standards) which turned out to be a 2000 with an upgrade, obviously not stated on the website also the picture showed a cover which apparently wasn't included, though when I emailed them the next day a new part was added to the description saying they weren't included. I could have done something but I couldn't be bothered as I had purchased a screen protector anyway also I'm only 15 so I can't really do anything about it.

Sorry this turned into a bit of a rant.

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> On 25 Aug 2015, at 6:45 pm, Hugo Courtial <courtial.143 at openmailbox.org> wrote:
>
> Hi all,
>
> Even though I am subscribed to NewtonTalk, I have never owned a Newton.
> In fact, I'd really love to.
> However, most of them are overpriced on Internet. I mean, 399€? Seriously?
> A year ago, I found NewtonSales.
> Is it a good shop?
> It seems cheaper than websites such as eBay, plus they propose some
> upgrades to sell with the Newton.
>
> Thanks all,
> Hugo.
>
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