Has anyone ordered from them recently? From my experiences it takes about 2 weeks to ship but their customer service seems very good. Is there any duty charges to worry about from dealextreme shipping? Shipping is killing a deal as they are charging CAD Building a usb-serial converter is not rocket science so the chances are good that even the cheapest converters regardless of chip would work great.
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Congrats to the Winners! I’ve ordered from them a few times R4 just arrived about 2 weeks ago and never paid duties or taxes. I ordered one of the DealExtreme adapters.
When I tried the dealexterme one, it worked, I can not say anything about how well they work or the quality as I only tested them for a short time to make sure they could be used as backups. Rotate image Save Dealetreme. Building a usb-serial converter is not rocket science so the chances are good that even the cheapest converters regardless of chip would sserial great. I bought one of dealextrsme at Canada Computers for Has anyone ordered from them recently?
I purchased 2 different brands of converters from tigerdirect at 2 different prices, one supposed to be rated for kbps and the other 1Mbps, after I got home I cracked them both open and found that the circuitry of both converters was nearly identical, even the driver was identical. Also do not worry about the specs and the speed, everything is pretty much equal. I use my usb-serial converters for development work so I am picky, that is why I perfer prolific based converters since my experience with them was good.
Drivers included with a product, but ” From my experiences it takes about 2 weeks to ship but their customer service seems very good. Is there any duty charges to worry about from dealextreme shipping?
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Here’s the link http: I have had great success with prolific based converters, in North America the cheapest converters usually carry the polific chip, more expensive ones in north america tend to use either prolific or FTDI.
There was a long thread about this here on RFD a few weeks ago http: Most USB cables use either the prolific or the FTDI chips, I was unable to recognize either company when running the installer so they probably use a different chip. The cd that shipped with the cable had 5 or 6 different installers depending on the cable, but the filename did not bear any resemblence to the cable, so i had to run each installer until i found the right one.
I bought 2 identical usb-serial converters from deal extreme as backup for my existing ones.
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It was cheap, shipping was free, it arrived on time, and it worked. I bought something different store from the states a long while ago and the price savings was killed by customs costs.
Do you have to worry about customs? Shipping is killing a deal as they are charging CAD