09-04-2018 12:31 PM
I was looking at a hp omen 880 and i fully customized it and i went to checkout then i realised it can only be sent in america, so i changed the country however on the english website it doesnt let me customise my omen it will only let me buy a preset. please tell me how to fix this, will i have to call a friend all the way over in america recieve it and then post it?
09-04-2018 12:42 PM
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09-05-2018 08:32 AM
I'll add to what Geekster said...
I would not advise having someone from the states mail you a custom rig. If it ever needs warranty repair, you will have to mail it back to your friend to have him take care of it. It wont be covered in the UK.
What customizations did you want done beyond what already comes with those units in the UK that you couldnt just add yourself afterward? More ram or a bigger SSD? If thats it, you can do that yourself for about the same cost.