Originally Posted by centralharbor
if your getting the asus m5n, consider portableone's ux, same chasis, different company putting it together, it was the computer i was looking at, but i think im gonna go with a...
Originally Posted by ilCacciatore
Thanks. I've been looking though and can't seem to find any US sites the offer configs. :\
Haven't gone through all of...
Originally Posted by vulkan
SMALL..THIN and LIGHT.. and cheap..
What about Averatec models? Seem to be the cheapest thin-and-light around. The reviews are mixed tho, some good, some bad, maybe just QA...
Originally Posted by Idolater
The Asus only has a base of 256 and 1 free slot with up to 768 MB.
Just want to add, S5N and M5N uses micro SODIMM, which is a bit harder to find than just usual SODIMM...
So, when they didn't get the sizes right, do they charge you for those as well? Or they worked with you till it fits? I am in similar situation as yours and I am very interested in trying out NuShield. thx.
oo btw, nice looking screen...
Originally Posted by FriedToast
You can transfer files w/ another computer, too, via the IR. I did that years ago w/ my Fujitsu P133 and another guy's Toshiba. I think it was horrendously slow, but hey- if it's...
Originally Posted by Unleaded
I never said that the "lite" version in XP did a better job. I was simply pointing out that it was derived from the full version of Diskeeper. Something I don't believe...