Date: March 29th, 2004.
Article by: Roger (Hardware
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth
(Owner / Head Editor)
Product was donated by: IOCOMBO
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IOCOMBO ONLINE RETAILER PROFILE
Iocombo.com was established in November 2002 in Fremont, California,
the very heart of Silicon Valley. We began as a Yahoo! Online store
for a brief period until February 2003, when we finally launched our
own online store with full flagged capability and unmatched online security.
Iocombo.com strongly believes that we should be different from other
online stores in order to succeed in this business. Iocombo.com works
relentlessly to guarantee that every customer of ours is completely
satisfied by our service and that is how we differentiate ourselves
from other online stores. We dare to give our customers a 100% satisfaction
Iocombo.com's vision is to be the online store that can bridge the
supply chain directly from manufacturers around the world to the end
users. There are many new and more advanced products being developed
in countries outside of United States and Canada. Most of the countries
like Japan, South Korean and Taiwan enjoy the faster life cycle of advanced
technology than the North American customers.
Iocombo.com will become the portal in which these products can be carried
to every North American customer's door. These visions are actually
already in progress, especially since PC and electronic devices have
been standardized throughout the world, so importing/exporting them
from one country to another shouldn't create a compatibility problem.
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I have been wanting to purchase a new Smart Media Card (SMC) for some
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