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On 01/12/16 14:10, Mark Croft Redditch Linux Mint wrote:
hi doing a quick search my android mobile looks there not much difference in price for complete laptop and a keyboard. I would recommend get a complete one and then you will have other spares. this is usually what i do when some one comes with a broken screen buy a laptop without a broken screen and missing hard drive and make two into one and lot easy then replacing lcd and a lot cheaper then a new lcd screen. mark On 1 December 2016 at 11:47, Julian Hall <linux@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Agreed to checking location on Ebay. It's not always that easy though; I bought my current mobile phone from an Ebayer based in London. It arrived with an offer for future purchases in Australian dollars, and boots with a greeting in Chinese, and has Chinese apps preloaded. I'm perfectly happy with it so didn't send it back, just commenting on Ebay seller locations. Julian On 01/12/16 11:29, Martin Gautier wrote:On 01/12/16 10:50, Tom wrote:I need to get a new keyboard for a fujitsu AH530 lifebook. Plenty of suppliers on e-bay. Anyone got any recommendations? Tom te tom te tomAny of those e-bay suppliers will be fine if it's a genuine part. Check the location of the supplier though - it's possible to think you're buying from the UK but actually get shipped from HK/China/USA-- The Mailing List for the Devon & Cornwall LUG https://mailman.dclug.org.uk/listinfo/list FAQ: http://www.dcglug.org.uk/listfaq
Cheers - I'd imagine a whole laptop could very well provide less keyboard than a new keyboard alone!
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