HP deliveries weigh heavy on their customers

23 August 2009

Considering the size of the packaging and the fact this HP delivery required a wooden pallet to support it, you can only assume that the contents were of a considerable weight, similar to a set of drawers full of lead bricks:

According to the Consumerist it contained a 10ft power cord. Made of some sort of white dwarf matter, surely? It's seemingly par for the course for HP deliveries, however - check out this award-winning example from The Register, finer than any other we've seen to date. Unless you have better? Send the evidence to bitterwallet@gmail.com.

[Consumerist]

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8 comments

  • Brian
    This bis a big fat lie, just somebody looking for 2mins of fame for posting a picture. Nobody could possibly post a power cable on a pallet.
  • Jake
    How about this delivery of server parts from HP: http://regmedia.co.uk/2009/07/28/hp_packaging_2.jpg
  • sgandtg
    At work, we ordered 300 DVI - DUAL DVI converters. Each converter arrived in a jiffy envelope, similar to the pic in the second post.
  • Brian
    According to the post it had "a 10ft power cord", as in ONE, not 300 cables in separate jiffy bags enclosed in a cardboard box on a pallet.
  • Mewling P.
    Yeah sgandtg - what brian said. Sheesh - you should have refered to the fact you were talking about the 2nd post, not the article. Oh yeah.... Brian?
  • Alice C.
    QUESTIONS: 1. Does it reaally matter? 2. Do we really care? 3. Is the guy who posted this a twat? ANSWERS: 1. NO 2. NO 3. YES (very much so)
  • Brian
    People who post these stupid pictures need to get a bratwurst shoved up their ass, care to volunteer Mr Prick?
  • Mewling P.
    Thanks Brian, but I'd rather leave it in your much more capable hands.

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