I was recntly looking for a 2.5" 1TB external hard drive, I was passing PC World and thought I would go and have a look, at the time I was intending to buy a 1TB Samsung S2 from Amazon which was Â£68.99 at the time. I found that they also had a few Samsung S2s but they only had the 500GB model (which Amazon were selling for Â£49.99) that they were selling at Â£69.99, that means by getting the 1TB model from Amazon was actually cheaper than getting a 500GB one from PC World.
It just makes me wonder if large retail chains like PC World are going to survive when there products are so badly over priced.
Answer by Feras · May 29, 2011 at 09:39 AM
Yes they are definitely going to survive since when people need things urgently (such as ink) they can go to PC World and get it, if this was ordered from Amazon or any other online retailer it may take a few days to get delivered.
And if buying from a store you can actually look at the thing you want to buy in person before buying it which you can't do online.
Also I know many people who do not like shopping online.
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