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Buying Barebone Notebook Computers

By Casemaker ·
Hi,
I want to start building and selling notebook computers under my label and be able to get support from the manufacturer of the barebone system. Something like the asus M3N. I need a good resource to find components. Tech Data lists a couple from ASUS and I wondered if there are other good resources available.
Thank You

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by dmiles In reply to Buying Barebone Notebook ...

For research on resources use your search box and type Barebones Notebook Computer,here is a few that may be of help
1)www.nextag.com
2)www.pcgeeks.com
3)www.maxtech.com

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by Casemaker In reply to

Thank You,
I am looking for a wholesale source. I am going to post a comment explaining further.

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by Casemaker In reply to Buying Barebone Notebook ...

I am looking for a source that I can buy barebone notebooks. I want to be able to ad the memory, hard drive operating system and other components as well. I would like to be able to get support from the vendor for things like opening the case and othe tech specs.

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by jschein In reply to Buying Barebone Notebook ...

1. www.newegg.com (lowest prices avail from one distributor)

2. If you have a resellers license, it is very easy to buy direct through bulk through the primary manufacturers at below normal wholesale costs...

Good luck

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by Casemaker In reply to

Thank You, I went to one of my distributors Computer shows and found a good source. The website is a good find though and you get the points.

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by asaxton In reply to Buying Barebone Notebook ...

Go to Pricewatch.com and check it out. Everything you would ever need to build a system is listed as a price comparison between different companies. HOWEVER, your best bet is going to be getting involved directly with the manufacturers and buying direct. If you cannot, then check and register with some of the large distributors such as Ingram Micro and D&H.

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by Casemaker In reply to

Thank You!

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