On Wed, Sep 03, 2008 at 11:13:05PM -0400, Greg Larkin wrote:
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> Gary Kline wrote:
> > Folks,
> > I'm looking at a 3GHz ThinkPad w/out any OS. It's got
> > at most 512M memory and only 40G drive. The guy I'm going to
> > have upgrade this l'top thinks it will take a 160GB drive easily.
> > Also that the RAM might max out at just 2GB.
> > Any fellow TP-people onlist who know if my friend is right?
> Hi Gary,
> What's the laptop's model number (e.g. 2468-8EU or something similar)?
> It should be shown on the bottom somewhere.
> The IBM and/or Lenovo support sites have a wealth of information where
> you can find your answers, but it helps to know the model number first.
Ah, okay: that's just what I asked Steve Bertrand, up-queue.
I haven't bought the laptop yet; have seen a (growing) number of
these 3GHz for sale on various used sites. For unix, anything
over 2.4 is pently reasonable, IMO, so I figure 3.0 ought to
serve for years. I'll see if the sellers will give me more
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