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January 16, 2014, 07:39:16 AM
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Hi,

i have got idea.
since main reason of late shipments is, resellers doesn't have enough ppl to assemble hardware, i was looking for someone/s who is interested to buy unassembled units, get them shipped as they are,
and then to assemble those at home.

i can't buy lot of units by myself, but if there is enough ppl interested, i think that some factory will see its opportunity.


GOOD SIDES: fast  shipping (almost instantly), and lower prices....

BAD SIDE: when it arrives, you need to spend 10mins to 30 mins to assemble all that.


so anyone interested?

any other good/bad side ideas?

this is not actual buy topic. only market research for potential buy topic.


if anyone here asks for money, it is a SCAM.
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January 16, 2014, 07:48:29 AM
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is not the main reason for late shipments. a very minor reason.

self-assembly would reduce warranties

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January 16, 2014, 09:31:10 AM
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If such a thing became an option, I of course would be very interested.  As long as the benefits were good. Cheesy  Say 1 free unit per xxx number that we build.

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January 16, 2014, 11:01:21 PM
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I would be interested.

But I think it would only work if it was for the NEXT generation of equipment, or if the project was at REALLY attractive pricing(easy to get a large hashing power cheap), and it all happened soon.

To deal with building an Avalon II, or AntMiner generation "chipped" board would not be worth anyone's time.
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