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had any problems with it. Now I'm looking for something similar to that
but I don't know which one to buy. I'm looking for a 'desktop
replacement' notebook similar to what the A21P was during its time with
a 15"+ display, a fast CPU (Pentium or above - no celeron), a large
hdd, lots of memory, etc... I purchased mine for $1400 ( I think) and
it didn't fail once.
I was thinking of buying another IBM. What do you guys think? I'm also
thinking of buying from ebay.
Re: Which 'desktop replacement' laptop would you recommend?
the Toshiba. They provide what you are requiring, and give a better bang
for the buck. You might want to look at the M45 series on Toshiba's
site, and then take a look at the prices at Office Depot which can be
appreciably less.....at least the one here in Palm Springs has good
prices. Good luck with whatever you decide. Phil
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