Are you trying to tell me that there is no store in Haiti...

David Grant - January 30 2014, 11:53 AM

Are you trying to tell me that there is no store in Haiti where you can purchase a laptop or part for it?

It is quite a while since I left the country, it never crossed my imagination that it is impossible to buy a computer in Haiti,
This is sad, very sad indeed.

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Hi David, i am sure there are but when you live in a...

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