Guys... seriously, that's enough. I have loved this place because people have always been good-natured... The replies to Oldbuzzard were fine, I'm assuming you (Oldbuzzard) are simply looking for replies of the sort. It makes no sense to me personally how you are getting your kicks out of making fun of the exact reason why forums are set up... Are you simply out to prove that if someone says something controversial on the forums than people will respond? Lol, duh... that's what's going to happen because that's what they're here for. Not for controversy necessarily, but for sharing ideas, helping each other out, etc. I don't understand your position... If you have something against me, deal with me. There is no need to post in a thread that has a completely different purpose. If your ends are simply to be disruptive, or to get yourself kicked off of the forums (I don't know... to prove something? So far the only thing you're proving is that if one is disruptive, they'll cause a disruption... lol), then simply ask to be kicked off, I don't know.
In any case, in response to the parts that actually pertain to this topic...
This unit has all of the standard specs listed on PCTorque. It also includes everything in the pictures on PCTorque's review of it (because this is that unit...). Configured on PCTorque with whatever I can match up, it's about $2600... but the ac adaptor that is included with this one is NOT the inverter, it is the part that isn't for sale yet. The one cord that goes straight from the car plug to the sager, as opposed to an inverter which goes from the car plug to make an outlet, and then you plug in the regular power cord into that, and then that into the sager. It is about $100 more than the regular inverter according to reports. Thus, the retail is about $2650 at PCTorque, the place with the best prices.
I'll change the price to $2350. The unit itself is just like new, and mainly if anyone wants any customizations before delivery I can do that too, as mentioned.
I'll run through the exact specs briefly here for anyone who doesn't want to read the their uses on the review I wrote or go to PCTorque's site and look there or look at his review, lol, cuz it's a lot of places to go (although I highly recommend all three :-)).
-2.8 GHz Pentium 4 socket 478 processor, a regular desktop processor
-1 gig of PC2100 DDR Ram
-Radeon 9000 with 64 megs
-mp3 player with 128 megs of memory in an SD memory card
-TWO 40 Gig 5400 rpm hard drives
-DVD/CD-RW combo at 8x/16x/8x/24x
-all of the standard inputs and outputs listed, including spdif and digital mic in, plus USB2 and 6 pin firewire
-15.7" SXGA LCD (FLAWLESS as of now)
-TV tuner with coax and s-video inputs
Hope that helps!