Remove ban on selling HP Touchpads in FS/FT

Discussion in 'Suggestion Box' started by augiem, Oct 29, 2012.

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  1. augiem

    augiem Senior member

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    The run on Touchpads is LONG since over. There's no profit to be made on these anymore. Some of us have old hardware we want to sell in a comfortable place (CL/ebay eww...)

    Let's not be like government where once something's written into law it stays there forever and a day.
     
  2. superccs

    superccs Senior member

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    How much?
     
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  3. allisolm

    allisolm Administrator<br>Elite Member
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    You''re in luck. It It's been lifted. The notice is gone from FS/FT.
     
  4. augiem

    augiem Senior member

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    Oh boy. It probably happened before I posted this, but I wasn't sure seeing that someone as recently as September 12th was called out for it. Anyway, thanks for pointing this out!
     
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    Wow, I'm impressed....... Thanks to the mods.
     
  6. wirednuts

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    is the ban on raspberry pi's gone yet?
     
  7. augiem

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    It's still stickied there so I'd wager no.
     
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    i suppose theres a reason... theyre still selling over priced at a lot of places online and anyone who sells them for msrp are selling out faster then they can take orders
     
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