On Sat, 26 Jun 2004 16:42:24 -0700, Gary Kline <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 
> 
>         Fellow BSDers,
> 
>         A friend here in Seattle offered to sell his IBM laptop
>         for $100.  It needs a new CDROM drive and I don't think it
>         has a NIC.  I've been poking around the web and found that
>         ebay has several Thinkpad 1400s.
> 
>         i'M planning on using the 'festival' text-to-speech
>         synthesizer.  Having X would be  a plus, not a necessity.
>         One of the Thinkpad-1400s says its screen is "HPA LCD".
> 
>         Two questions:  does X11 4.x work with this type of display?
>         Also: are there any other (low-cost/used) laptops worth
>         considering?  I do like that stick  mouse gadget.
> 
>         feedback?
> 
>         thanks,
> 
>         gary
> 
>         PS: This latop will have limited used, not heavy, daily
>             pounding.
> 
> 

I had a Thinkpad 600e (366mhz) for quite a while.  Loaded up with
296MB of RAM it was actually quite functional.  Although it had a
crappy sound card, it worked without any headaches.  I did an ftp
install, too, so you wouldn't even need the cd to at least get up and
running, as long as it has the floppy.


-- 
Andy Harrison
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