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Old January 28th 04, 06:04 PM
Gator
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Default CL vs US

Curious..Some Compaqs carry the
"CL" suffix and others carry "US."
Anyone know the difference?
Thanks


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Old January 28th 04, 07:17 PM
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"US" signifies a U.S. model, CA=Canada, EA=European market. Dunno about "CL"

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Curious..Some Compaqs carry the
"CL" suffix and others carry "US."
Anyone know the difference?
Thanks




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Old January 28th 04, 07:58 PM
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Think the CL stands for "Club", as in Club membership merchants. I've only
seen the CL designation on the notebooks sold at Costco.


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Old January 28th 04, 09:31 PM
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HH wrote:
"US" signifies a U.S. model, CA=Canada, EA=European market. Dunno
about "CL"

HH

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Curious..Some Compaqs carry the
"CL" suffix and others carry "US."
Anyone know the difference?
Thanks

I have seen CL and NL and from what found from asking is that it came from
one of them wholsale outlets like Sams Club Costco and BJ's


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Old January 28th 04, 09:48 PM
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Thanks. I was looking at
one at Costco that's why
I needed to know. Regards


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Curious..Some Compaqs carry the
"CL" suffix and others carry "US."
Anyone know the difference?
Thanks




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Old January 29th 04, 04:03 AM
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That is correct. CL desginations are given to Club machines so that
companies like Best Buy won't have to do price matches on them. They could
be identical machines, but because the model number is different, no price
beat!

Deep

"Pham" . wrote in message ...
Think the CL stands for "Club", as in Club membership merchants. I've only
seen the CL designation on the notebooks sold at Costco.




 




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