calm down...i dont see anybody buying HP crappp so...they can rise the price in what they want because nobody buy them!!
HP die a lot of years ago, but now try to make some profit for theyr capppy products!
HP is by far the best in low quality, low performance and horrible looking products! bye bye HP....
Anonymous, 14 Jul 2016Pack of liesDeliberate punishment strockes from america to weaken the pound, because we won't ... moreThe referendum made the pm resign and gave us a new pm. Democratic right?
But who elected the new pm? Apparently we are so democratic we don't even hold elections for who should be the pm any more, right? ;-)
These companies really piss me off. So Sterling has dropped in value as a result of Brexit, and suddenly all the prices have to increase. What about when Sterling is really strong and holding it's value against the Dollar? You never see companies offering the UK price cuts as they are able to make more profit do you? Sterling has already started to rally after David Cameron's resignation and Theresa May taking over as Prime Minister. Guess we won't see the price go back down any time soon though, will we?
The Cat, 14 Jul 2016You're reaping what you have sown. That was to be expected and is the fault of the 52%.Pack of liesDeliberate punishment strockes from america to weaken the pound, because we won't be sighning the evil TTIP agreement.Search it on youtube. The british have democraticaly voted, but of course america and brussele would have to google democratic, and elected , to find out what those words mean. I know..lets have , a second undemocratic election, to overturn a democratic election, so we can become part of an undemocratic unelected, elite banking family driven coo.
The Cat, 14 Jul 2016You're reaping what you have sown. That was to be expected and is the fault of the 52%.I wonder, why don't they all vote for second time. It's ridiculous that they will quit EU just because only a few percent more voted to leave. And also not everyone has voted.
You're reaping what you have sown. That was to be expected and is the fault of the 52%.