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Buying a new MP4 on net....good idea?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by AffGuy08, May 3, 2009.

  1. AffGuy08

    AffGuy08 BANNED BANNED

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    Hey bhwers!

    My sister is DEMANDING me a MP4 and I have to buy it...lol. Instead of going to local stores and buy there (probably more expensive), I was thinking why don't I get it from the Internet.

    Looking for prices for both original and non-ori MP4, any recommendation where I can go look for it?

    I was thinking about this idea, I normally don't deal with affiliates offers that sells MP4s (just not the niche I have gone into), how about buying it using your affiliate link or from your egay listing and such? Then we can share the commission 50-50 and both benefit from this. I am serious on this or else i'll be killed by her. :D

    So if you guys have any such info, please PM me or better off put the info here on this thread so everyone can see it. I'll take that model and it's price to stores here and compare the price.

    I found this site (suprisingly local sellers) - http://www.shopkami.com/component/virtuemart/?page=shop.browse&category_id=28
    Are the prices cheap?

    PS : Reliable sources only please :)

    PS : OPSS forgot - 2GB and shipment to Malaysia.

    Cheers!
     
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  2. AffGuy08

    AffGuy08 BANNED BANNED

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    No one? :(
     
  3. YoungGuns

    YoungGuns Regular Member Premium Member

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    Buying knock off mp4 players is dangerous. I've bought several over the years for both personal and business use. Most would immediately break and one lasted for a few months.

    I suggest you look for something like an iriver clix, or iriver in general. They're a pretty decent mp4 player. I beat mine to death and it took a while for the screen to break, but it lasted a lot longer than any on/off brand nano would. An used iriver or other not so off brand is better than any new knock-off.

    Just some friendly advice from my personal experience.