Ebuyer Extend Next Day Delivery Deadline to 10pm!

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Ebuyer Extend Next Day Delivery Deadline to 10pm!

Leading online retailer Ebuyer.com have extended the deadline for next day delivery to 10pm! All next day delivery orders will be handled by a dedicated in house team and then shipped on a premium before noon delivery service as an extra festive treat.


For all those last minute shoppers out there, Ebuyer.com is making online shopping easy. Right through December customers can order products on the site up to 10pm and have it delivered before noon the next day. Not only that, but this incredible offer will run right up to the 23rd of December, so any orders placed before 10pm will arrive in the nick of time of the 24th.

Ebuyer.com is already leading the market with their standard deadline – an 8pm cut off for next day delivery. As Christmas 2008 promises to be as hectic as ever, the team want to make shopping on Ebuyer.com as easy as possible.

Customers know exactly how much time is left for next day delivery by checking the handy countdown timer featured on every product page. A dedicated team will handle all next day orders – a premium service not available from any other retailers. As usual the customer service team will be also available between 9am and 10pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 5pm Saturday.

Ebuyer.com is renowned for providing excellent customer service, as the head of marketing points out:
“We all know Christmas is a busy time of year and with shopping days running out, fast delivery is a must. At Ebuyer we want to give something back to our customers, with that in mind we have made shopping on Ebuyer.com this year faster and easier than it ever has been.”
Head of Marketing, Ebuyer.com

At a time when most retailers are battening down the hatches for the Christmas rush, Ebuyer.com are forging ahead to provide a fast, convenient service which takes the stress out of shopping online.

Next day delivery at Ebuyer.com on orders placed before 10pm (extended from 8pm). This offer is running up to the 23rd of December, with next day orders shipped on a premium before noon service. Next day orders will be handled by a dedicated team at Ebuyer.com, to ensure a flawless door to door service.

For more information on the extended next day delivery offer, and the usual delivery times at Ebuyer.com visit http://www.ebuyer.com/christmas or to browse the extensive range of products available visit http://www.ebuyer.com.

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03-12-2008, 07:42:56

DDR3, 24P support as well as a number of media enhancements - will the Intel 4 Series be the attractive chipset for LGA775?

Details in the news article

03-12-2008, 12:22:48

hehe, Entry to Mid range setups on 775 did make me chuckle a bit I have tbh. They do however think into the future with their projections.

Will windows7 make the best of the 775 setups "Entry to Mid range", that is another concern u could draw from their thinking.

I think not tho.

The DDR3 thing I don`t fully understand. It was my impression that the chipset was already DDR3, but it had to be toned down if mobo manufacturers wanted to use DDR2 on it. Perhaps they`re talking about DDR3 V2 that doesn`t require over 1.5v, or can be tri-channel or I`m totally not understanding what the heck they`re on about.

G prefix to the series of chipsets to me for Intel have always made me think "not as good as the I or X versions, but if ur lucky it`ll have onboard graphics" - sort of mobo.

One thing is for sure tho, there will be some good consolidation 775 mobos coming out next year imo.

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