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New WES semi CD

Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by Trevor Wilson, Nov 9, 2003.

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  1. WES have a new CD available, cross-referencing 120,000 semis. Has anyone
    seen this thing? For $139.00, it should be bloody excellent, however, I am
    reluctant to shell that much cash, without viewing first.
  2. Ken Taylor

    Ken Taylor Guest

    Which one is it? One of their own?

  3. **If I knew, I would not be asking.
  4. AWS

    AWS Guest

    Ask them..
  5. Newsy

    Newsy Guest

    If it's anything like the cattledog on the web site it will be useless...

  6. **If really want to know about a product, I'll ask the user, not the seller.
  7. KLR

    KLR Guest

    Self praise is NO recommendation

    With all due respect to WES, I don't see how WES can offer a 100%
    impartial evaluation of their own product
  8. **Clearly you've not tried to get an intelligent answer from WES. It's
    easier to get blood from a stone. I'd rather talk to someone who actually
    owns the thing.
  9. KLR

    KLR Guest

    yes. Have had that experience myself
    I would have thought this to be obvious so far - but it seems that
    everyone here has missed the point totally. Incredible
  10. Ken Taylor

    Ken Taylor Guest

    We didn't necessarily miss the point, but if we knew what it was the Trevor
    was talking about then it may turn out we had the same CD on our shelf and
    *could* actually give an opinion. And it's not impossible to get information
    out of WES, but yes, it is usually more trouble than it's worth. Something
    as basic as "What's the title of the CD" should be possible though.

  11. **The rather prosaic title is: 'VRT-DISK'. $139.00. Is that any help?
  12. Brian

    Brian Guest

    Too pricey for only 120,000 semis.
    Can cross-reference more than that many via the web.
  13. Ken Taylor

    Ken Taylor Guest

    Aha! Now I can definitively say I haven't the foggiest idea! :)

  14. Franc Zabkar

    Franc Zabkar Guest

    I have two printed vrt databooks circa 1994. I can scan a page or two
    for you if that will be of any help.

    - Franc Zabkar
  15. **Very kind of you Frank. We'll see if I can get any intelligence from any
    owners of the CD first. Failing that, I may accept your offer.
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