Originally Posted by inteller
thats unfortunate. I generally shop best buy for those model numbers then go look them up on ebay to buy used.
Well if u do that all u'll be doing is seeing used models bought from a bestbuy as they will have exclusive selling rights to their models for the most part. For instance I live in Silicon Valley and we have the PIMPHAND of purchasing options store wise, with maybe some of the Tech Hubs in Texas and Washington being competitive to what we have here. CircuitCity: BestBuy: Frys: MicroCenter: NewEgg: 2214=====2225====2210==2210======2210 2220=====6125====2220==2220======2 220 6205=====6233====6105==6245======6105 6215=====6235====6205==9205======6205\ n6226=====6258====6215==9220======6215 6244=====9208====6225==9260======6225 625 5=====9235====6226============6226 6265=====9260====6235============6235 6275=== =========6245============6245 9205============6255============6255 9220 ============6275============6275 9230 ============9008============9010 9260============9205============9205 ========== ======9210============9210 ================9230============9220 ================ 9260============9230 ===============================9260 (= just 4 padding...) These were all the models available at the respective stores at time of post, notice very little overlap not to mention there are the 2 letters at the end which would further differentiate some of the models that show overlap here, I just threw in Newegg for a comparison while I left out CompUSA and the Office stores like staples were u would find even more different model numbers......