Toshiba Satellite Pro 4800 CDT i think
it was a pentium 75, 16mb of ram, 2x CDROM and 450mb HDD
im not old though!..it belonged to my mum at work and was given to me
i still have it..works fine but the hdd has bad sectors
sorry for this late reply
there are slight differences between the three..such things are how quickly it can connect to satellites..wireless...additional batteries..multiple devices..etc
as i stated earlier..unless you want to get...
their customer service is good...their repair centre here in sydney is like 2hrs away from me..and theres no one else that i can goto to look at my laptop to fix the m6n battery prob and the crappy toshiba dvd burner
ive stuck to my stock 7.1 version drivers...its working perfect for me...longest ive been connected is 12 days straight..i like restart weekly tho..
well yknoe what they say...dont fix something thats not broke
I definitely recommend the Minitar MN54NGR..its an 802.11G wifi access point with print server...i have this installed at home, connected via adsl and its been working flawlessly...i havent had any drop outs EVER..the longest ive been...
download dvdinfo..it will tell you what firmware version you have...or if you have nero installed it has an option under extras called get system info (nero info tool)..that too will tell you your burners firmware...