$150 Laptop

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  1. strtrcr50

    strtrcr50 New Member

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    Would this work for a tweecer if you were to install windows instead of linux?
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    CPU - Intel® Celeron® M Processor 370 (1.5 GHz, 90nm, FSB400, 1 MB L2 cache, uPGA478)
    DISPLAY - 14.0" WXGA (1280x768) TFT
    HARD DRIVE - 40 GB
    DIMENSION - 333(W) x 243(D) x 24/33.(H)mm (front/back), 2.2Kg with 6 cells Lithium-ion battery
    MEMORY - 64-bit wide DDR data channel, One 200-pin SODIMM socket, supporting DDR 333/400, 256 MB Expandable up to 1GB, based on SODIMM Modules
    STORAGE - One changeable 2.5" 9.5mm(H) HDD, Supporting Master mode IDE ATA-33/66/100/133 (Ultra DMA), One changeable 12.7mm(H) CD/DVD Combo
    VIDEO CONTROLLER - VIA PN800 integration, Shared Memory Architecture up to 64MB, 128 bit 3D graphic engine, Support analog monitor pixel resolution up to 1920x1400, Support two displays dual view
    KEYBOARD - A4 size keyboard, Built-in Touchpad with scrolling function
    SOUND SYSTEM - AC'97 2.2 Compliant Interface, 3D stereo enhanced sound system, Sound-Blaster PROTM Compatible, S/PDIF Digital output (5.1 CH), 1x Built-in Microphone, 2x Built-in Speakers
    I/O PORTS - 3x USB 2.0 ports, 1x External CRT monitor output, 1x Headphone jack, 1x Microphone jack, 1x S/PDIF output jack, 1x RJ-45 port for LAN, 1x Line-in jack, 1x DC-In jack
    PCMCIA - 1x Type II PCMCIA socket
    COMMUNICATION - 10/100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet on board, 802.11g MiniPCI Wireless LAN
    POWER - Full Range 65W AC adapter - AC input 100~240V, 47~63Hz, DC output 20V, 3.25A, Removable 6-cell Smart Li-ion battery pack, 4000/4400mAh
    SECURITY - Kensington® Lock
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    I would think that would be plenty for tweecer use.

    You may want to increase the RAM, but it won't be required...


    There may be 'PC Requirements' listed on the tweecer site???

    jason
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    You can find Dell C610s on Ebay for under $200. That is what I bought for my Tweecer....and ended up using it for daily use as well. As a matter of fact, I am posting this from my patio, on the net with a wireless card. Works great for every use, and you can't beat the price.
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    Google these laptops, they appear to be a scam.
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    strtrcr50 New Member

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    Yeah, that's the impression I got. I ended up getting a Toshiba Satellite from Best Buy for $400.
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