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Test Drive a Mac - In Australia

by jjichoi / April 11, 2006 10:54 AM PDT

Yesterday, I noticed that the 'Domayne' store in Australia (http://www.domayne.com.au/)is running a program that lets you take home a 17" imac for 10 days, and if you dont like it then you give it back. Though you do have to pay the full price of the imac (like $2000 aus) before they let you take it, if you decide that you dont like it then when you give it back you get a full refund. The imac comes with office trail .mac trial, iwork and ilife. I thought that last time apple tried something like this it was a compleate failure. Apple's just been full of surprises lately.

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I have a feeling
by rtemp / April 11, 2006 11:19 AM PDT

That Apple isn't involved in this. It's just their product.

-Ryan

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(NT) (NT) +1
by Jasmes / April 11, 2006 11:46 AM PDT
In reply to: I have a feeling
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**** Smith too ?
by Redhats Q / April 11, 2006 4:03 PM PDT

Dont they also have a 14 day right of return??

or is it 7 ?

I know comuters are covered as I often buy the customer return units with full warranty to save 20 bucks or so ..

So sue me.. I'm cheep

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(NT) (NT) does that cover koala or kangaroo damage? ;)
by Ravensblood / April 11, 2006 11:22 PM PDT
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