Subject: RE: OT: laptops [again]
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From: Lindgren, Jon <Jon.Lindgren@gs.com>
Date: 03/01/2005 13:52:26
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> Subject: Re: OT: laptops [again]
> I have the Inspiron 9200 [1920x1200].
> - The screen is huge, but a bit snowy for my taste. I am just
> being too picky.
Could you define snowy a bit more? I'm thinking kind of a hazy, foggy type
> - It is a heavy and big laptop, I would not think of carrying
> it around.
> - The power supply is very big and takes a non-standard power
> cord that requires ground.
> - The dell wifi drivers are flaky, but most of the time they
> will work in windows/xp if I choose the repair option. I have
> a NetBSD box libretto sitting next to the inspiron 9200
> windows/xp box and the xp box keeps losing contact with the
> wireless, while the NetBSD box is solid.
> I don't regret buying it. I knew of all the above before I
> got it, and for the price you can't beat it.
Thanks for the info. Is it a solidly built machine?