FS/FT machine M6805 laptop + extras

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archive 1 (Posts count)' started by linky, Nov 8, 2004.

  1. macrumors newbie

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    SOLD!!!

    Hello all, it looks like it is time for me to move on and up once again, this time I will be selling my Emachine M6805 laptop – This is a fantastic machine and is extremely powerfull, it is around 6 months old (I will get the exact DOP once I find the receipt) and has had no problems of any sort, it is in great condition and I will be posting pictures in the next few days. – This laptop is still under the manufactures warranty and I have perched a 3 year extended warranty on it through emachine, this warranty will transfer over to you - as always i have held onto the box, book, and original sales slip for you :)


    I have upgraded a few things in this laptop but they do not void the warranty (conformed with emachines)

    The hard drive has been upgraded to a 60gig 7200RPM 8meg cache Hitachi drive (200$ value)

    The integrated 80211.g card has been replaced with a linksys 80211.g (This was done for better linux compatibility) I will however include the original braudcom card if requested


    This rest of the laptop specs are as follows


    • AMD Athlon 64-bit 3000+ Mobile Processor (Compatible with 32 & 64-bit Applications)
    • 1600MHz Hyperbus Technology w/ 1MB L2 Cache
    • Windows XP Home Edition (with recovery cd’s of corse)
    • 15.4" WXGA TFT LCD Color Screen (1280 x 800 Maximum Resolution)
    • 512 Megabytes (MB) of PC2700 DDR RAM
    • 60 Gigabyte Hard Drive (upgraded from 4200rpm 2meg to 7200 8meg)
    • DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive; 24x24x24 (CD-RW) - 8x (DVD)
    • ATI RADEON 9600 Discrete Graphics with 64MB Video RAM (OC’s to 430/230 with absolutely no problems)
    • Onboard 56k Modem & 10/100 Ethernet Port
    • Integrated 802.11g High Speed Wi-Fi Wireless Ethernet (upgraded to linksys 80211.g)
    • Ports: 4 USB 2.0; IEEE 1394; S-Video; Type I/II PC Card Slot
    • Touchpad Mouse Interface
    • 8-Cell Lithium-Ion Battery (still holds a full 2.5-3 hour charge)
    • 7.5lbs; 1.6"h x 14.0"w x 10.4"d



    I am currently asking 1,100$ for this system (shipped) – if I can sell it at this price I will also be including my Targus laptop bag (60$ new) as well as a Toshiba USB floppy drive – I am not looking for any trades right now unless you have one of the new model ibook/powerbooks that you want to get rid of =)

    Again, this system comes with a new (much faster) hard drive, an extended warranty, upgraded wifi card, USB floppy drive

    Please feel free to post any questions/comments/critiques here or in PM, I can also be reached at dslonaker@dtcnj.com – my heatware is proudly displayed under the name linky linky


    SOLD!
     
  2. macrumors newbie

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    slooksterPSV

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    linky - you are my hero because you got an AMD 64-bit laptop. I mean yeah macs are better of course, but if its a PC then AMD is the ONLY way to go. I'm so proud of you. *wipes a tear* LOL. $1,100? Does it include Manuals and ...???? did it come with CDS?
     
  4. thread starter macrumors newbie

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    heya. evilicey: the screen is in perfect condition, no bad pixels, no scratches.. i baby this thing, same is true for the battery, I’ve never kept it plugged in for prolonged periods of time nor have i let it develop any sort of memory


    slooksterPSV: hehe yeah, I’m defiantly a PC/hardware enthusiast - I cant wait to take the (expensive) step into machood with my new ibook/powerbook ;x

    The laptop does have it's original box, manuals, recovery cd's - i hang on to pretty much everything i buy because I’m constantly upgrading
     

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