Re: [svlug] Replacing Stolen laptop
I've been happy with my Sony Vaio PCG-Z505HS. It's running woody with
little trouble, and is very nice and small. I don't think it's marketed
anymore, but I'm sure there's a functional equivalent. Woody needed one
parameter changed to boot with the CD-ROM plugged in; if you go that route
let me know and I'll find the param.
Andrew J Perrin - http://www.unc.edu/~aperrin
Assistant Professor of Sociology, U of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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On Mon, 23 Jun 2003, Larry Colen wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 03:38:29PM -0700, Jeremy Zawodny wrote:
> > >
> > > Reccomendations? Units to avoid?
> > What price range? I suspect that'll be a very important factor...
> It's kind of hard to get a straight answer out of them on that issue.
> They want me to show that the unit is comprable in features to the one
> I lost. The woman at the insurance company I talked to seemed to
> expect that there would be some bargaining involved. I might be able
> to say "This unit is comparable to the one I lost and costs $1500, but
> I want this one with these features for $2500, will you pay $1500
> towards it?".
> I noticed that Emperorlinux.com has three laptops in that size range
> for around $1900. The Piranha (fujitsu p-2120) seems pretty nice:
> At the moment, what is important to me is:
> Able to get the insurance to pay for (most of) it
> Runs Linux
> Small size
> As many dots on the LCD as I can get
> The more research I can do, the better argument I can make for
> whatever one I want. Of course, what I would want to do is find
> both high and low prices so I can say: This one over here with almost
> no features costs $2500, but this other one, with the features I want
> is only $1900.
> I've found something worse than oldies station that play the music I used to
> listen to. Oldies stations that play the "new" music I used to complain about.
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