The third April order for computeruniverse.net was issued on April 9th and sent by the store with the German Post Office on the 16th of April. The package reached our center of joint orders in just 10 days. In the order were added: the graphics card of the middle class GTX1060 from Asus, AMD Ryzen 5 processor, mni-ITX case for assembling a compact gaming system, a USB flash drive for Hama with the ability of connection to a Android smartphone with mini USB intarface.
List of products from the third purchase on computeruniverse.net:
Hama FlashPen Laeta Twin USB3.0 128GB is a compact USB flash drive from the German manufacturer Hama with an aluminum case in gray. It has two interfaces: for computer devices with USB-port and portable devices with micro-USB interface, with a lid on both sides.
The third February order was made on computeruniverse on 02/15/2019, and shipped only on February 22. In our joint purchasing center, it was received after 11 days. The parcels reached the participants from Russia in 5-8 days. Total, from the moment of payment of the order to the receipt of goods by participants no more than a month passed. Four participants in the purchase ordered seven products for a total of 395 euros and with a delivery fee of € 36.49 (participants paid € 23.50 for the delivery, the remaining € 13 was compensated by our project). The order included a rather diverse range of products: AMD Ryzen 4 processor and MSI motherboard for this stone, Samsung SATA SSD for 250 Gb, WD Blue Desktop hard drive for 1Tb series, spacious USB flash drive from German manufacturer Hama and proprietary wireless charging for Samsung smartphones.
The fourth joint February order was not so various and included only two products: Samsung’s no longer budget SSD with M.2 specification for 500Gb and the gaming graphics card Sapphire Radeon Pulse RX VEGA 56 8GB for three hundred euros. The order was placed on February 20 and shipped within two days. As a result, both orders were received at our joint purchasing center at the same time.
List of the goods from computerunivse’s february orders: