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Old 01-21-2008, 08:14 PM   #1
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Default Dell Latitude CPI laptops, perfect for tuning etc.

I have two dell latitude CPIs for sale, I am a computer tech and I have gone over them to make sure they work great If any one is interested I will post the specs. looking for $150 each. Come working with windows XP , two power supplies each, 256Mb ram,

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sure, lets get the specs
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Default Laptop specs. Number 1

1st one is a P2 400 MHz 256mb ram, 12gb HDD, Two Batteries one excellent, one unknown condition, no CDROM or FDD, you would have to use a thumb USB drive. Two power supplies. Dell Service tag VK6WW.
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what is the screen size?
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hmm.. idk i can get a 7" eee pc for $299 new
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That's a CPiA. Have you checked into the battery recall? There may be a free battery waiting for you.

http://support.dell.com/support/batt...=us&l=en&s=gen

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2nd one is a Dell Latitue CPI P2, 400, 256MB RAM, 6GB HDD, Windows XP,

Comes with a CDROM a battery, a PCMCIA Network card, a Spare HDD and carrier, 2 Power supplies, Service TAG 4NAZK
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13.3"
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256mb max?

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Default 256MB Max is right

256MB Max is right
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Whats a 7" eee pc for $299
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Default eee - Interesting, BUT??? HDD? No HDD, only 2GB Solid-state drive

2GB Solid-state drive, useless cannot even fit windows 98
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FWIW...you're supposed to boot from SSD into Linux/Fedora/Ubuntu OS
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Either you're asking way too much for a damn P2 or im selling my P4's for way to cheap.
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