New (secondhand) laptop
Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2004 01:06:13 +0100
I'm selling my old IBM 760EL as I want a smaller laptop. Ideally something
just a shade bigger than a DVD case.
Definitely by IBM because they give excellent after-sales support whereas
other manufacturers stick two fingers up at their customers.
Which IBM should I have (secondhand) that'll fit the bill and which will
work with Linux and KDE? I need access to all the ports - usb, pcmcia, modem
(Claiming asylum in an attempt
to escape paying his debts to
Dougal and Florence)
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