UK Lenovo M90q Tiny Gen 2 i5-11500T / 16GB RAM / 256GB NVMe @£717.49

Parallax

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This seems like a very good price from CCL given that Lenovo is selling them for £889.

The RAM seems to be a single 16GB stick which is also helpful, and remember these have a slot you can use for PCIe cards. It also includes the WiFI and BT card.

 

Bjorn Smith

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Maybe the EU left them for being stupid :p
If that were the case, then we would have kicked out the entire south of europa since they cannot figure out to handle their internal spendings and keep spending more money than they make and as a consequence have to get huge subsidies from EU (Northern countries)
 

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If that were the case, then we would have kicked out the entire south of europa since they cannot figure out to handle their internal spendings and keep spending more money than they make and as a consequence have to get huge subsidies from EU (Northern countries)
before accusing anyone of 'spending money', one must define what money is. So what is one euro?

ok ok, way off topic, let's end it here. Let's just say valuing anything in arbitrary numbers is the real scam, it's the global psyop. The only way to accurately value any good is to first measure it's weight, and then express the weight in numbers. To say a sack of apples is worth 10 euro means nothing, because nobody can define what one euro is. But to say a sack of apples weighs 10 kilograms, and 10 kilograms of apples trade for 10 euro, that is the only way to define what one euro is.

Now to accuse the southern nations of spending too much euros, which were all created out of thin air at the touch of a button without any effort to begin with, is not a good argument.

There's a reason you find Draghi's or Lagarde's signature on all your euro notes. A bond, or a letter of debt always needs a signature. Real money, like gold or silver coins, need no signature at all.
 
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before accusing anyone of 'spending money', one must define what money is. So what is one euro?

ok ok, way off topic, let's end it here. Let's just say valuing anything in arbitrary numbers is the real scam, it's the global psyop. The only way to accurately value any good is to first measure it's weight, and then express the weight in numbers. To say a sack of apples is worth 10 euro means nothing, because nobody can define what one euro is. But to say a sack of apples weighs 10 kilograms, and 10 kilograms of apples trade for 10 euro, that is the only way to define what one euro is.

Now to accuse the southern nations of spending too much euros, which were all created out of thin air at the touch of a button without any effort to begin with, is not a good argument.

There's a reason you find Draghi's or Lagarde's signature on all your euro notes. A bond, or a letter of debt always needs a signature. Real money, like gold or silver coins, need no signature at all.
I think the point they were trying to make was their deficit, regardless of how it was expressed. But lets indeed not turn tech into politics, that just makes everything worse.

At the same time, it would be great if those M90q's got back in stock since they are a good deal, even with the import taxes added on top. But what we all could really use is the giant surplus warehouses the USA always seems to have, so easy to get a lab setup over there if you have one of hose warehouses locally.
(Ironically, the HP Elite Slice systems on their site are a really bad deal.. perhaps they got those Lenovo's in bulk?)