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Surftec Scanner Offer continues

By Chris Williams. Published: 13th Sep 10:08:34 | Permalink | Printable

Surftec, the internet resources company, is still offering scanners at sale prices- although we have been told sales have been fast so you'll need to be quick.

Surftec, who soon will be launching online shopping from their website, are offering Epson GT 9500 and GT 7000 scanners (with full Twain software from Dave Pilling), as well as a few cut-price quality printers.

Surftec are worried how the UK fuel crisis will affect deliveries, customers are asked to contact Surftec. Finally, Drobe News has been told we can expect further products from Surftec this month- we'll report on all new releases as they appear.


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