Hehe... My first laptop is a Gateway 9300, running with:
450mHz PIII, 288MB RAM, 8MB ATI All-in-wonder dedicated graphics, DVD-ROM, and a whopping 10GB hard drive.
Although its battery stopped holding a charge 5 years ago, its still good enough to surf the net, watch DVDs, and play games from the late 90's.
Its definitely a far cry from my very first system, which was built from hand-me-down parts! I had a super-duper-SCREAMER:
386SX at 16mHz (WITH the awesome 387 math-coprocessor), 4 MB RAM, a 1MB ISA video card without any 3D capabilities, 5.25" AND 3.5" floppy drives, and 3 IDE hard drives to give me a grand total of 240 MB of storage. Oh yes- this was even before those new-fangled CD-ROMS came out!
Ahh, those were the days...