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Camasii

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Hey Guys,

I really don't like my laptop anymore becuase it's a beefy {censored} and I can't carry it anywhere with me anyway. I'd love to trade it in for a 12" powerbook, would anybody on here be interested?

Specs:

Dell Inspiron 1100
15.1" display
2.0 GHz Pentium 4 Processor
512 MB of RAM
40 Gig Hard Drive
Intel Integrated Graphics
2 USB 2.0 Slots
SVideo Out
2 PC Card Slots
56k Modem
Currently loaded with OS X, however I can put any version of windows (98, 2000, XP, 2k3, Longhorn, etc.) or any variant of linux (I'll even get it configured for you) on there.

The laptop is in perfect condition, never been dropped or abused. This trade also includes two dell power supplys (I had one for home and one for work, before this damn laptop gave me back problems bringing it to work)

I'll even throw in a wireless card for the PC Card Slot too.

Let me know. I need a lighter laptop!! :thumbsdown_anim:

-Tim

Oh,

I also have a vast array of PC parts from memory to DVD burners, TV Tuner cards.. anything basically. So if you're interested in anything else for a better trade feel free to let me know. I also have a 30 GB iPod I might be willing to throw in for a good enough 12" PowerBook

-Tim

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check with fireshark and digicide. They both had 12" powerbooks for sale or trade iirc (well at least they were interested in trading for my old laptop).

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Nevermind everybody :D

Posting this from my brand new MacBook. wish they made the macbook pro in 13.3" but, alas, I had to compromise.

I love it though. Now if I could only convince the focus to follow the mouse...





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