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Does canada computer put their keyboard and mice out?

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Does canada computer put their keyboard and mice out?

I'm in the market for a new mouse and keyboard, but I'd like to try them out before buying.
With the pandemic going on does canada computer put their products on display still for customers to test if it fits their hands?
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I only know best buy does. And I would stay away from Canada computers for the time being given their refund policy rn
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Terabithia wrote: I only know best buy does. And I would stay away from Canada computers for the time being given their refund policy rn
Yeah, I heard about Canada Computers refund policy. I was just going to go try the mouse and keyboards I was interested in before looking for where to purchase them afterwards.
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qwerty123z wrote: Yeah, I heard about Canada Computers refund policy. I was just going to go try the mouse and keyboards I was interested in before looking for where to purchase them afterwards.
Better go to a store that locates in a no case region
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Their larger stores used to, such as CC Markham and CC CenterPoint. These stores reminded me of Tiger Direct showrooms.
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Canada Computers in Waterloo displays some. But like others have said if you want a better selection of keyboards to try out, go to Staples or Best Buy. Particularly, I've noticed that Staples displays nearly all their keyboards.
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qwerty123z wrote: I'm in the market for a new mouse and keyboard, but I'd like to try them out before buying.
With the pandemic going on does canada computer put their products on display still for customers to test if it fits their hands?
What did you discover when you picked up the phone and (what a concept!) actually called the retailer to ask them directly?

An added benefit of the 'try before you buy' concept is that if they have been on display for a while, you'll get a whole bunch of mouseclicks or keystrokes and you can see how they may be impacted after a decent amount of use.

Just make sure you take sanitiser with you, if you do come across a display of these items. Even if it's not COVID. Ew. Cooties.
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