Advantages: Great laptop Disadvantages: maybe a tiny bit slow
I got mine in December, and I really haven't much bad to say about it. It was very reasonably priced, and had everything I wanted on it: DVD ROM, CD-RW, 3.5 in floppy drive, USB, internal 64k modem, LAN connection, wireless slots and 2 USB ports. It ca ...
Advantages: Sturdy, many features Disadvantages: (nearly) outdated, powersaving options
My Omnibook 3000 has the following quickspecs:
Pentium 200 MMX, 512 k.
80 MB EDO RAM.
3,2 GB HDD.
Ports: ECP, Parallel, D-SUB, IrDA, PS/2, USB, 32-BIT Cardbus. Audio (Crystal): line ind, microphone, speaker out.
The PC has everything ...
Advantages: Fast and brilliant if used on a table and not on your legs Disadvantages: Overheating - burning - hinges for the monitor
Compaq Presario 724EA
I bought this Notebook when I lived in Belgium. It originally came in French but a quick telephone call to the Compaq customer services and they sent me the Rescue CDs in English.
I paid about 1000 euros (which was about £700 at ...
Advantages: Compact, Fast, Beefy, and Portable Disadvantages: I cant think of any
On a recent visit to the USA, I was advised to go and have a look at a company called Buy It, so off I went to have a look at Lap Top PCs well this particular one had my name on it...and at less than half the selling price of a similar spec one in the UK. ...
Advantages: Very reliable and user friendly. Disadvantages: Heavy to carry, and not the fastest of systems.
I got this laptop last year to use mainly for writing essays, and it has proved to be a worthy purchase. I think it is a good deal for the money (I paid about £800, but it can vary) because it comes complete with a floppy drive, a DVD/CD-rewritable combin ...