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dmxsoulja3
Jul 4, 2004, 09:57 PM
Laptop was given to me as a college gift, I'm not into pc's, so it can pretty much be considered new..not a ding, scratch, dead pixel, nothing wrong with it, MINT.... Specs are as follows:
- IntelŪ PentiumŪ 4 3.06GHz (533MHz FSB) Processor w/ Hyper-Threading Technology
- PCMCIA Type II Slot
- 512MB DDR 333 Memory
- 40GB Ultra ATA Hard Drive
- ATI Radeon 9000 M9 64MB DDR AGP
- 15" SXGA Plus TFT LCD Monitor
- 24x8x12x24 DVD+CDRW Combo Drive
- Internal Li-Ion Battery
- Built-In Ethernet Adapter
- Built-In Fax Modem
- Built-In 1394 IEEE Firewire
- Deluxe Carrying Case

CPU IntelŪ uFCPGA478 P4/Northwood CPU, 512KB L2 cache on die, @ 3.06GHz, FSB 533MHz
Memory 2 Expansion slots for 200pin DDR module, up to 1GB system memory, Support 2.5V DDR333 module
LCD 15.0" SXGA+
Video ATI Mobility Radeon 9000 M9, AGP 4X, external 64MB DDR video mem
Hard Disk Drive 2.5" 9.5mm height, up to 5400RPM, ATA100/66 support
Audio AC'97 2.1, SPDIF, 5.1 channel support, built-in two stereo speakers
Optical Storage Module Bay: 12.7mm DVD-ROM, Combo Drive (DVD-ROM + CD-RW)
Keyboard 2 Launch keys, 3.0mm travel, inverted-T, 85 keys w/ 2 windows key
I/O Ports 4 x USB 2.0, Parallel port, CRT port, RJ-11, RJ-45, FIR, IEEE 1394A, S-Video TV-out, Headphone jack w/ 5.1 channel SP/DIF support, Mic-in
PCMCIA One type II slot, support CardBus
AC Adapter 90 watts
Battery 12 Cell 1960mAh Li-Ion battery pack, 87.024W
Battery Life 2.5hrs @2.2GHz
Battery Charge 3.5hrs fast charge when system off
Pointing Device TouchPad
BIOS Phoenix, supports PnP, master password
Communication 10/100 Base-T Ethernet
FAX/Modem V.90/V.92
Audio DJ Music CD control panel, CD play w/o powering on the system
Power Management ACPI 1.1 compliance

I have pics of everything if interested, I'm looking for 1000 usd shipped, or a G3/G4 Powerbook/Ibook...please email me at dmxsoulja3@mchsi.com or PM any offers or questions. Will also include Linksys Wireless Card..won't be needing it. Thanks, Josh

*Running Windows XP Professional Edition, along with Office 2003 Professional as well*


Just a few quick pics hosted by a friend, I have bigger higher resolution pictures available on request.

http://home.mchsi.com/~azzkikrt10/sideback.jpg
http://home.mchsi.com/~azzkikrt10/shut.jpg
http://home.mchsi.com/~azzkikrt10/000_1045.jpg