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Me: day pass please (inserts money)
Driver 1: don’t confuse me just put the money!
Me: (inserts bills)
Driver 2: you need to tell me before!
I’m sorry guys, get your shit together.
start time: Nov 29, 2010 5:24:47 AM
end time: Nov 29, 2010 5:27:17 AM
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the market became too granular!
what i need:
- faster CPU than the stock Atom
what would be nice
- ubuntu compatibility + some form of 3D accel (compiz)
- fit in the 10″ netbook bag i bought a month ago+fit w/o bag in the front pocket of my backpack
$370 eeepc 1015PEM-PU17
$30 2GB DDR3
cheap, fast CPU (atom dual core), new model, long battery (8-10 hours actual time) ubuntu works, not sure about standby mode. can’t recycle my eeepc’s 2GB DDR2. i don’t like the feeling of doing a tiny minor upgrade from the eeepc 901 which I purchased at a higher price 2 years ago. ii’s 10″
$420 Aspire 1410 (the $320 deal is GONE!). US version of 1810T, almost same
$15 bluetooth module
$0 2GB DDR2 (from old eeepc 901)
cheap, HDMI out, even faster CPU (Intel ULV), ubuntu tested. will the bluetooth mod work? will it get detected?
$550 used Aspire 1810T (the $500 price is GONE!) European first version, 1410 equivalent
if it’s used, will the HDD or batteries suffer? is a used laptop at $550 worth it these days? also released on early-mid 2009. may be hard to find parts if anything breaks
after the hard drive dies, (or if it turns out to be too slow), I plan on replacing the hard drive with a SSD. The cheapest one out there seems to be:
+$110 60GB SSD OCZ Vertex 2
I missed Crucial’s $64 64GB M225 SSD post thanksgiving sale :(
Nice options out there: