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[Canada Computers] Nvidia Shield TV 2017 $229.99 (Brand New) or $200 (Open Box)

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[Canada Computers] Nvidia Shield TV 2017 $229.99 (Brand New) or $200 (Open Box)

Canada Computers is selling the Nvidia shield TV for $229.99. It’s the lowest price I have seen for a brand new one in Canada. I have been waiting and checking for this to go on sale over the last couple of weeks. It includes the unit, remote and controller.

They are also selling 11 open box units for 10% off the $229.99 price which works out to $200 plus tax. This not the lowest price that I have seen as Amazon warehouse was selling them for around $140 back at the start of October. Unfortunately, they have never received more stock and have been sold out for weeks.
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jetertmac wrote:
Nov 19th, 2017 10:43 am
Canada Computers is selling the Nvidia shield TV for $229.99. It’s the lowest price I have seen for a brand new one in Canada. I have been waiting and checking for this to go on sale over the last couple of weeks. It includes the unit, remote and controller.

They are also selling 11 open box units for 10% off the $229.99 price which works out to $200 plus tax. This not the lowest price that I have seen as Amazon warehouse was selling them for around $140 back at the start of October. Unfortunately, they have never received more stock and have been sold out for weeks.
Awesome - placed order online for ISPU. Thanks!
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I'm already Shielded out (own 3), but what I am excited about is CC taking over 4 of the NCIX store locations here out West.
Gonna be nice to get in on some of those deals which you folks back East have enjoyed the luxury of having for so long.
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Woah! wrote:
Nov 19th, 2017 12:28 pm
I am excited about is CC taking over 4 of the NCIX store locations here out West.
I really miss Fry's from my days in Atlanta (and there's not much to miss from ATL). Calgary really needs a real tech store.
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This or Xbox 1s ($230) as home entertainment?
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rebel_rfd wrote:
Nov 19th, 2017 1:09 pm
Memory Express?
You could fit 30 Memory Express stores -- or more -- inside a Fry's.
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Is there anyway to buy an open box shield from there online store?
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FatWallet wrote:
Nov 19th, 2017 1:11 pm
You could fit 30 Memory Express stores -- or more -- inside a Fry's.
The South West store is a decent size. Right next to the Vape Store.
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Nice, might go check it out in a bit!
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Anyone know if there's a restocking fee if this ends up being cheaper somewhere else for Black Friday / Cyber Monday?
I looked at their "Return and Exchange" matrix, - http://www.canadacomputers.com/policies ... exceptions but I'm still unsure.

I would imagine it would fall under Gaming Console System??
Console Gaming System: No Return or Exchange. All returns and defects handled by Manufacturer

Either way, I'm still confused. Unit would not be opened. Anyone?
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lrjm wrote:
Nov 19th, 2017 2:15 pm
Anyone know if there's a restocking fee if this ends up being cheaper somewhere else for Black Friday / Cyber Monday?
I looked at their "Return and Exchange" matrix, - http://www.canadacomputers.com/policies ... exceptions but I'm still unsure.

I would imagine it would fall under Gaming Console System??
Console Gaming System: No Return or Exchange. All returns and defects handled by Manufacturer

Either way, I'm still confused. Unit would not be opened. Anyone?
Just don't open it and you'll get the full amount back.
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Anyone here concerned about the recent developments on the Kodi addons scene? What other options are there to use this box to its full potential (obviously I realize it can do Netflix, Amazon and such)?
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wally_walrus wrote:
Nov 19th, 2017 3:25 pm
Anyone here concerned about the recent developments on the Kodi addons scene? What other options are there to use this box to its full potential (obviously I realize it can do Netflix, Amazon and such)?
Yup, not the best time to go all in on an expensive Kodi player.
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