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What does anyone think of this?

� The AVERATEC 3150HS is your True Mobile Solution!
� Only 1.2" thin and 4.3 pounds light, this Ultra Compact notebook has everything you need for hassle free computing.
� With its built-in DVD CD-RW Combo drive, modem/LAN, multiple USB ports and sturdy magnesium alloy casing, this unit packs a punch by building in all the features of those big and bulky full-featured notebooks into a small and light unit without the inconvenience of external drives.
� Watch a DVD on your next business trip, listen or Write to a CD at the office, all without the need for an external drive. Connect it to your home or office network, it's perfect as your second PC, and it's for everyone
� =========================================================
� Processor and Memory:
� AMD Mobile Athlon XP-M 1600+ with PowerNow!�
� Technology and QuantiSpeed� Architecture
� 384KB Cache (128KB L1 Cache and 256KB of L2 Cache)
� 256MB DDR (640MB maximum memory)
� Hard Drive and Multimedia Drives:
� 30GB, 9.5mm thin
� Built-in DVD+CD-RW combo drive
� Audio, Video, and Graphics:
� AC '97 v2.1 Compliant PCI Audio with 3D Audio
� Built-in Stereo Speakers
� S3 ProSavage8� Integrated Video Controller with 32MB SMA VRAM
� Data, Fax, and Modem:
� Integrated 10/100 Mbit Network LAN
� Integrated 56k data/fax modem
� Ports:
� Three High Speed USB 2.0 ports
� One 15-pin VGA port (monitor)
� One Audio Out port
� One Microphone In port
� One RJ-11 port (fax/modem)
� One RJ-45 port (LAN)
� One Type II PC Card/CardBus Slot
� Keyboard, Mouse, and Monitor:
� 85 key full-sized keyboard, 17mm pitch
� Large Synaptics TouchPad� with scroll buttons
� 12.1" XGA TFT (1024 x 768)
� Bundled Software:
� Operating System: Microsoft� Windows� XP Home
� Roxio Easy CD Creator 5
� Adobe� Acrobat� Reader�5
� Norton AntiVirus� 2003
� DVD Playback Software (limited subscription)
� Additional Information:
� Smart Li-Ion, 3+ hour battery life
� Dimensions: 10.6" x 9.6" x 1.2"
� Weight: 4.3 lbs. with standard battery


( 8 comments — Leave a comment )
Feb. 25th, 2005 05:02 am (UTC)
What do you want it for?
Feb. 25th, 2005 05:05 am (UTC)
portability... basically web surfing and word processing type things. I just don't know anything about the brand name...
Feb. 25th, 2005 05:14 am (UTC)
Looks to me like it's getting so-so reviews. It has what you want, but the company doesn't seem to have a glorious track record with warranties, and from what I *see* from browsing google searches, some people have had to return/repair them.

But people tend to complain more when it's broken, so it's hard to say.
Feb. 25th, 2005 06:29 am (UTC)
It's twice as expensive from the Apple Educational store, but if you can afford it I recommend a Powerbook with the AppleCare warranty.
Feb. 25th, 2005 02:04 pm (UTC)
Re: mac-envy!
uh, yeah, with extra batteries and stuff, I'd like to pay less than 1k. And I'm not a fan of the mac os.
Feb. 25th, 2005 12:48 pm (UTC)
If you want to spend a couple hundred dollars more for a new one, Dell has some deals up on Slickdeals.net.
Feb. 25th, 2005 02:06 pm (UTC)
Feb. 25th, 2005 07:00 pm (UTC)
I didn't want to willingly advocate Dell, since I've *heard* their service has really dropped over the past few years. However, I bought a refurbished Latitude D400 from them last year, it's a P4-M 1.4, 512MB RAM, an' 60 GB hard drive.. I think 5400 RPM.

Only problem is ALL DRIVES are external, which is great for battery but.. nugh. Built in Wifi, as well -- Dell Trumobile 1400 Dual-Band miniPCI card. Batteries last me approx 3 hours running wifi with screen at around 80% brightness -- not the greatest, but I also think I've trained the battery wrong.

I personally would prefer to save up and buy a tablet PC. Those are SeXY! Or Wacom's new LCD/Tablet combo screens... *drools*
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