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I am affraid it won't be very usefull to us since the taxes and import duties will make it just as expensive if not more expensive than over here.
Plus the USA uses different PSU wall sockets. So buying monitors, PSUs, TVs, etc will not be the best idea.
 
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I am affraid it won't be very usefull to us since the taxes and import duties will make it just as expensive if not more expensive than over here.
Plus the USA uses different PSU wall sockets. So buying monitors, PSUs, TVs, etc will not be the best idea.

The plan is probably to compete with UK retailers with products meant for the UK. Also most electronics these days just need a different cord and work fine in US or UK. I brought my laptop to germany and only had to buy a different power cable to plug into the PSU brick.
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So they changed their minds ?
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Would have been great to know what countries they're actually going to ship to.

Also since they don't really have that much brand awareness (basically none outside of tech forums) over here I wonder how well they'll do. There are a bunch of really good (cheap prices) etailers in germany etc. where you can buy your stuff. And right now those are much better known here than newegg.

What are these cheap German etailers? I still don't know any here other than amazon.de... :s
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So they changed their minds ?

Engagdet had an article about it two days ago, so it's probably happening. Not sure why they removed the link , but it did say they wanted a fairly quiet launch so they could test their supply lines out.

http://www.engadget.com/2014/02/23/newegg-launching-in-europe-uk/
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Interested in this but I dont want to be ripped off on AMD cards etc
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Engagdet had an article about it two days ago, so it's probably happening. Not sure why they removed the link , but it did say they wanted a fairly quiet launch so they could test their supply lines out.

http://www.engadget.com/2014/02/23/newegg-launching-in-europe-uk/

We kinda knew it was in the pipeline since they purchased newegg.co.uk a few years back... I remember seeing the article on OCN.
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I guess that's why it worked so well in the Soviet Union. I remember the lines for bread, meats and essentials. Prices all tightly controlled so noone got "gouged".

A lot of people starved, but at least they weren't cheated.

Of course this is an extreme example, but you get the point.
the reason there were lines, was because in 50s they sent to camps all the intelligence and nationalized everything. ou and they put simpleminded people in all management positions. like totally simpleminded people were suddenly boss of a factory, so after a while production lines disintegrated as these simpleminded people were incapable to hold things together.

a big commie came to electro technical comprehensive school and he forbade use of voltmeters because "I as a tailor need only one needle. you dont need 2 devices, use just one of them" so people had to put away their ampermeters tongue.gif this is unfortunately a true story. these kind of people came into power
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This would still net a huge import tax price when bringing it into my country for example, its not just if you buy something from USA.

Also even if they have a warehouse in the UK, they'd either have to foot the huge bill by moving stuff across the pond, or just have higher prices.

Frankly I see no logical way this (newegg shipping to Europe) could have any positive benefit for anyone unless they are only selling stuff that nobody has locally and your willing to foot the tax bill.
wasnt their entire business model that they sell outside of state products without sales tax and you are supposed to report your own sales tax to authorities in your own state? also why uk. just put it to czech republic and you can move your product to all of europe and save a lot on wages and transportation. amazon is kinda trying to move their warehouses to czech republic after german workers were striking recently
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Wont they just be on a level playing field with everyone else here?

Sure, we're not going to get US prices, but we'll get competitive ones?
in eu we also have 2 year warranty

please explain to me for example microcenter prices in us? are those open boxes, or how do they get such great pricing?

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What are these cheap German etailers? I still don't know any here other than amazon.de... :s

 

Try:

 

http://www.idealo.de

 

to search for products - they show retailers. Loads!

 

EDIT: German tax is 19% I think.


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What are these cheap German etailers? I still don't know any here other than amazon.de... :s

Try:

http://www.idealo.de

to search for products - they show retailers. Loads!

EDIT: German tax is 19% I think.

Alternate.de i guess i'm from the Netherlands and Alternate.nl is the best etailer for us
    
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