Originally Posted by fitzsteve
I don't think Amigakit should change their processes just for the sake of getting these out a little bit quicker.
I'm glad they test everything prior to despatch.
Its a shame that people wont have these under their tree's in time but I think there is also another need for testing.
Amigakit might well pick up on a fault thats already been missed, so rather than a mass recall of items already shipped to customers, its better this is all tested now.
It wasn't a matter of cutting time to get them to the end users quicker, just currious to know the reason. I have never heard of such checks taking place by a dealer before.
Originally Posted by amigakit.com
Individual Computers tests the units, but we have strict Quality Control policy as well.
If we send out a card that is not working and it is returned by the customer, the margin is so small on these cards that we make a loss, plus our customer will be unhappy.
I know this is something we don't want to chance.
The low margin explains it all, and makes perfect sense.