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Desktop replacement laptop

PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 8:38 am
by beakmyn
This machine served as the home "laptop" and it's time to retire it. It's in a laptop form factor but due to it's size and weight I wouldn't want to carry it around an airport.

The machine was oriented towards the gaming/lan party crowd when it first came out although it won't compete with today's gaming machines.

That being said if you're looking for a decent machine to use as a server that won't take up a lot of space this will work well.

Quick Specs

2.4GHz Processor -Desktop processor not laptop
1 GB RAM
40 GB Hard drive
ATI Radeon 9000 graphics card with 64MB onboard DDR memory
15.7" Display 1280x1024 32bit color
MP3 player
Front audio controls
Built TV Tuner with remote
DVD / CD-RW combo drive
USB
FIREWIRE
ETHERNET
WINDOWS XP HOME INSTALLED WITH COA


Full Specifications


15.7" SXGA Active Matrix Display
Intel® Pentium® 4 (533MHz FSB) 2.4GHz Processor
1024 MB 266MHz PC2100 DDR
40.0 GB Ultra DMA Hard Drive
8X Max. DVD / 16X10X24 Max. CD-RW
Smart Li-ION Battery - no longer holds a charge
TV-Tuner with Remote, Detachable MP3 Player Modular
512KB on-die Cache
ATI MOBILITY RADEON 9000 64MB DDR
Built-in 3.5" FDD
Wavetable 3D Stereo Advance AC97
Touchpad with Scrolling Keys
2 Type II or 1 Type III PCMCIA Slots
Infra Red, Wireless Fast IR interface
4 USB 2.0 Ports - For unknown reasons 2 of the ports stopped working. I'll throw in a 4-port USB hub so you'll have 5 working ports
1 IEEE-1394 Port (6 PIN)
Other Ports: 1 S/PDIF out & microphone in, 1 infrared, 1 headphone, Sony Memory Stick port, 1 parallel, 1 Serial, 1 PS/2 keyboard, 1 SVGA video, 1 S-Video-Out, 1 S-Video-In, 1 RJ-45, 1 RJ-11
Additional Features: Integrated 10/100Mbps Ethernet LAN & V.90 56K Fax/Modem
Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition Upgrade with COA
Kennsington Contour Carrying Bag with wheels
Auto Switch 110/220V AC Adapter, AC power cord, Multifunction Remote Control, Coaxial Connector

Dimension (H) x (W) x (D) : 2.15"x14.17"x11.77" Weight: 12.0lbs. with Battery

This laptop was also sold by Alienware as the Area-51 gaming laptop


Price is $275.00 firm

PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 2:08 pm
by Starpoint
DAMN! right after I by my MSI netbook!!! paid 300 for it, then upped the ram (20.00) and bought a 9 cell batter (another 72 bucks) then an external usb powered CDRW/DVDRW for 70 more

The offshoot? all of this in a laptop bag weights about 4-5 pounds


Dude if I had the extra $$$$$ I would so jump on that

PostPosted: Wed May 13, 2009 6:42 am
by beakmyn
This machine is big physically. It's too big to travel with. It's a home machine.

PostPosted: Wed May 13, 2009 7:03 am
by Barry
beakmyn wrote:This machine is big physically. It's too big to travel with. It's a home machine.


You know, I think that's a G8t pick up line. :p