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News   News : New "Crisis' offer" from Relec
   posted by unimon on 12-Jun-2009 0:12:18 (2460 reads)
AND STILL ONE...

New "crisis' offer" which is valid on our configurations THE RED ONE and THE RED ONE F based on the SAM cards. With the difficult times that cross the economy and your purse, RELEC continues its particular efforts by proposing you this "crisis' offer" for a limited period and till the end !

Read more...


This one is addressed today for people who would wish to acquire one of the configurations and who further to the announcements of rises of prices have to give up their project. As we already have this equipment in stock and in sufficiency, we decide to share with you this opportunity and to propose you:

Configuration THE RED ONE (667MHz) at a price lower than announced : 1290 CHF instead of 1350 CHF. about 855 Euro

Configuration THE RED ONE F (800MHz-1Go RAM) at the previous price 1235 CHF (instead of 1310 CHF), about 810 Euro

This offer includes the famous " bundle XXL RELEC ", with the transport suitcase (not possible on version F), the CD/DVD burning software Frying Pan and the game Word Me Up XXL. The operating system Amiga OS4.1 is not included but its purchase is obligatory (ref. ACube-Hyperion).

The offer is valid from 1st June till 20th 2009.

If you decide to buy one do not wait too much because the stock is nevertheless limited.

To order, simple send an email with subject "Crisis' offer 01.05-20.06" and your order : we shall give you then the useful information.

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jahc 
Re: New "Crisis' offer" from Relec
Posted on 12-Jun-2009 1:37:05
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You have 800mhz flex sam's in stock? Now that this is better known, I expect those to be snapped up quickly! Go Helge!

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Gebrochen 
Re: New "Crisis' offer" from Relec
Posted on 12-Jun-2009 3:07:05
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I would almost buy one for the cool case look thats included.

But ALAS

at 1,412 AUD Thats too much for me to bargain with, with potential Mid Range boards coming soon.

If I did not have a sam already, I definately would.

Also the fact that I am really aspiring to have a netbook / laptop, so I can practice development programs on and vacational or recreational days I may have, whereby I am not at home, inside, infront of the Desktop / Workbench.

@ RELEC:

Any chance I could just buy a red one case from you guys, that comes with Power supply and dvd unit? I got the sam440ep already. PM me.

Cheers.


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HKvalhe 
Re: New "Crisis' offer" from Relec
Posted on 12-Jun-2009 12:35:06
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I'm definitely ready for the Amiga in autumn, since i am travelling to Sweden next month. This is wonderful news!


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Petah 
Re: Confusing "news" item
Posted on 12-Jun-2009 15:10:17
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This "news" item is a total failure. The poster doesn't in one single word explain what the deal is all about (granted, you could make guesstimate, but it would still be an assumption - which by itself qualifies this post as a failure). Second, "Team RELEC" doesn't present/introduce him/her/itself in anyway. There is no link, no company profile, nothing. Last and certainly not least, the reader is invited to "simple send an email" with order details. Fine - but where should anyone interested in this confusing offer send the mail to?

AmigaWorld.net management - please encourage your news moderators to filter out low quality news submissions as this. It dilutes your brand in a way I think you neither you nor your readers are interested in.

Last edited by Petah on 12-Jun-2009 at 03:11 PM.


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1Mouse 
Re: Confusing "news" item
Posted on 12-Jun-2009 19:10:30
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Hi,

Can I ask where the email with the crisis code is to be sent?


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Cyborg 
Re: Confusing "news" item
Posted on 12-Jun-2009 20:08:03
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@ Petah & 1Mouse

Their website is at http://www.relec.ch

Unfortunately all in French... I thought they have english pages too though .... somewhere..


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unimon 
Re: New "Crisis' offer" from Relec
Posted on 14-Jun-2009 21:39:22
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From: Switzerland

@all

Well, I'm sorry because of missing infos. First of all here is the configuration link :

Red One.

2nd for your order/question :

Order/question form.

For presentation :

Relec was born in 1996 because of the problems which the Amiga crossed in that period and also because of the poor amount of Amiga dealers.
Actually, the site is in French but it is foreseen for an English version. The new version is almost recent that's why the priority is to have a comlete and efficient site.
Anyway, all your questions in language French, German, English and Italian could be posted and would be answered.

Well, now the presentation is done, I would like to apologize again for that Misunderstanding.

Thanks again for your patience and understanding.

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Turrican RELEC press relation


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unimon 
Re: New "Crisis' offer" from Relec
Posted on 14-Jun-2009 21:41:42
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@Jahc

At present (as indicated) they are in stock! But seen the demand, you will understand that we sell only under the shape of our configuration "THE REDONE F".


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