I carry school notebooks, my HP 49G+ calculator, what ever book im reading at the time, lunch money, a mechanical pencil, an eraser, and 50 cents for the phone.
Maybe a flash memory stick and some handy wipes.
You have the best of the 200m setups. You have 128 megs of Vram and you can use hypermemory to gain up to 128 megs of system RAM to enhance it to 256 megs.
If you have 1024megs of system RAM you will have 896 megs available to the OS.
I agree palizzz the Ferrari 4005 is I think the best all round notebook on the market right now. If I could afford the extra 600 dollars it costs I would get it over the L2000 but 600 dollars is 2 months worth of food for a starving student with no outside support.
I have been doing alot of reading on the ATI XPRESS 200m lately and here is what I am getting from it.
First there are 4 basic types of ATI 200m that can be in your computer.
1. 32 megs of dedicated Vram( this seems to me to be the weakest set up)
2. 128 megs of dedicated Vram and with Hypermemory 128 megs of shared system memory.( this seems to be the most powerfull of the setups)
3. Up to 128 megs of system ram no dedicated Vram(seems to be in the...
I want chocolate unicorns for dinner.
No, J/K if you hear of one in the next 6 days let me know that would be a great find.
Also it needs a better CPU then the Acer an MT - 34 or an ML - 37 with 1 meg of L2 cache, no hot spots, no fan noise, Very good resolution, Bluetooth and Wireless a/b/g, it should be all black with a great keyboard.
Well I think either would do you well. The one thats 200 dollars more has about 200 dollars worth of improvementsI.E faster CPU larger monitor.
I like having a smaller system for portablility but thats just a personal preference.