Need ways to find street prices of Unix boxes

Need ways to find street prices of Unix boxes

Post by Kerry Stevens » Sat, 07 Aug 1993 22:50:05

I'm interested in finding a good way to keep up to date on current street
prices of Unix hardware equipment. Our company is new to Unix and has used
mainframes in the past - we've used several newsletters to keep current on
mainframe prices, but are unable to locate one which includes prices of
Unix servers/workstations. PriceWatch has just started including RS/6000
prices, but I'd like to know about Sun, HP, DEC and other vendor's prices
too. Knowing street prices is invaluable information when negotiating with
vendors. I'm open to other methods, if anyone has any. Thanx in advance!

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