ideal laptop recommendations?
richard childers / kg6hac
fscked at pacbell.net
Thu May 8 06:59:11 PDT 2003
Can we drop this pathetic subject or move on to something equally valuable,
like whether FreeBSD is better, or Linux, and if so, which one?
"Jesse D. Guardiani" wrote:
> Greg Smith wrote:
> > Jason Andresen wrote:
> >>Well, my workplace loves these Dell Latitudes. I've had two now, an
> >>older 400Mhz version and a newer 1.2Ghz version. Additionally, I've
> >>used several of the older (<400Mhz) versions of this laptop (we reuse
> >>old equipment in the labs).
> > Just keep in mind that Latitudes are the high quality corporate line,
> > and Inspirons are the "other" line.
> Yeah. They're more expensive too. Not quite as expensive as the IBMs,
> but pricey nevertheless. I think I'd rather just go with IBM after
> everything that has been said here.
> > The Latitudes are actually sold by a separate legal entity which serves
> > corporate customers. (At least that is what they told me when they
> > demanded sales tax.)
> > Greg
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