Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by POONTANG, Jul 28, 2003.
one is an ibm 600e (absolute shit, never buy) and the other is a toshiba portege (best laptop evar)
I thought you were selling the toshiba
i am. i have 4 of them.
Why do you have 4 of them?
how much u selling the toshiba's for?
if i'm in the market to get a laptop in a few months, what do you suggest?
i mainly want it so i can hook up a firewire/USB compact flash card reader and load a shitload of pics onto it then view them
i do alot of photography, and want a laptop that i can take places
i fix and sell them. luckily most of the time there is nothing wrong with them
the toshibas are going for 260+ship each but they also some with external cdrom and floppy.
i have all sizes. 4.3GB-12GB HDDS, 64-160MB ram, etc etc
if you want one or want to know more shoot me a pm. i can guarantee better prices than any site (other than ebay because ebay is shit).
the new vaios are really nice, but big price tag. if you don't want to take a 2000.00 hit try checking out some compaqs, hps, and dells
We have about 200 of the IBM ThinkPad 600 Series notebooks at work... complete pieces of shit. We probably get 4 fixed every week. Oh well, it is an older laptop and ours get beaten up out in the field.
However... the ThinkPad T23, T30 and T40 are
What's the specs on them?
why does that look like a motel room?
64MB ram (upgradeable to 182)
slow, but unless you are playing games they work perfect for most any every day use
got a transfer before i left to montreal so i had to stay in the comfort inn for a month because the house sold the first day
i prefer the "trackstick". the ibm is comfortable but the toshiba's click buttons are awkward. only real downfall. i just plug in an external mouse
ibm 600e's are ancient.
put down some money and buy a laptop made post-1997.
the cleaning lady thought there was something wrong with me. i had 2 laptops and 2 desktops set up in one little room.
the toshiba was made in 1999 i think, and the thinkpad who knows. its not a matter of money, its a matter of sales. no one wants to buy 2000.00 laptops from me. they all want practical low cost solutions of the expendable nature
you're still living in a hotel????
man that must be costing you a purdy penny
more pics of teh thinkpad
nope, moved out before i left to MTL. moved into the new place the day i got back. the hotel bill was only 5,276.00
i personally wouldn't have left the laptops in the room unattended.