Update on the plextor rumours

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#1

I just posted the article Update on the plextor rumours….

JimKiler and Plextorian both used our newssubmit to tell us about this article at CDR-labs:

A few days ago I reported about some plextor rumours. For example I said a new drive will come with…

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#2

To right! when you pay 100’s of £ or $ for electronic goods you should receive more than a years warranty.


#3

Well, I don’t know about Europe, but here in the US, most credit card companies like Amex, Visa, and Mastercard offer extended warranties. They will double a manufactures warranty up to 1 additional year if you buy the product with their card.


#4

About that European Union “law” : does this mean that EVERY peripheral manufacturer must provide a two year warranty as of January 1 of 2002 ? That would make me :slight_smile:


#5

hmmm; If I bought it online in Europe and had it shipped to Canada, would that count for the 2 year warranty?:9


#6

sorry dude its not an international warranty. still least you get to live somewhere nice as compensation


#7

Well, aren’t we Dutch lucky again… But remember the lawsuit by The Dutch Consumers Federation (De Consumentenbond). As a consumer you can expect an electronic device to last without faillure for about 5 years. You can claim defects even though it doesn’t say so on your warranty. I did it several times and never had to pay a cent… :d


#8

yes every eu company must provide a warranty of 2 years for their electronic devices. greetz -=[DC]=-ViRuZ