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Medium to High end notebook/laptop suitable for FBSD
- Subject: Medium to High end notebook/laptop suitable for FBSD
- From: malcolm.kay at internode.on.net (Malcolm Kay)
- Date: Wed Jan 7 05:27:20 2004
On Wed, 7 Jan 2004 20:35, parv wrote:
> in message <20040107093538_(_dot_)_GA55654_(_at_)_moo_(_dot_)_holy_(_dot_)_cow>,
> wrote parv thusly...
> > in message <200401021727_(_dot_)_43046_(_dot_)_malcolm_(_dot_)_kay_(_at_)_internode_(_dot_)_on_(_dot_)_net>,
> > wrote Malcolm Kay thusly...
> > > The wish list includes:
> > The one i find myself salivating on is...
> > PowerPro C 3:16 (starting at US $1459, as described <~ $2000):
> > http://www.powernotebooks.com/configurator.php3?regular_model_id=265&mode
> > > UXGA display (1600x1200) on a reasonably large display capable of
> > > resolving most of this.
> And then there is Sager NP8890 ULTRA ...
> ...that could be filled upto the gills. It does offer UXGA resolution
> & >=2.8 GHz CPUs for you; serial & parallel ports, 2 PCMCIA Type II
> slots and built in floppy for me.
> CD/DVD drive, however, cannot be taken out, unlike Dell Inspiron
> 5000e, if desired to lighten the weight. I suppose at ~$2106 (as i
> configured), one cannot have everything.
> Thankfully, i am not looking for a new laptop currently, unless Apple
> iBook G4's are going insanely cheap.
> PS: I have no relation to PowerNotebooks, just am a laptop user
> looking out for future acquisitions.
Powernotebooks makes quite a point of the fact that they only ship to US and territories.
As a foreigner I'm apparently out in the cold.
Well if they can do without me I can do without them!!