No need to worry...I have a Windows unit I can use. I do appreciate the kind wishes though. Two posts in three minutes? You do realize you can type more than one line per post, right?
Don't buy one for ls now. You never know, you may get a great deal on an IBM or Dell going through your school. I know my school's IT dept. supports bundles purchased through them. And should something put your laptop out of commission, they will give you a loaner. You don't get a loaner w/o purchasing their bundle. Now I didn't get their bundle, because they initially didn't have IBM bundles, but I got the specs my school recommends, the latest technological features, and the loan money to pay for it. Also, you're going to want the best warranty you can afford. If you buy your laptop now, at least make sure your warranty will protect your laptop thoughout ls.
Is it pretty easy to install additional memory? I am thinking about saving money by getting the T42 with 256ram and then buying a 512 stick.
Ease of memory expansion can also vary a lot from brand to brand, and even model to model. Dells, for example, tend to be a little tricky to upgrade. They tend to use proprietary modules, and the SODIMM slots are often buried under a lot of other hardware. On the other hand, Toshiba (to name one example) is a lot easier to work with.-Ty
Your laptop will probably even have the new Windows Vista on it standard meanwhile everyone else, and including yourself, will have to buy the upgrade if you have a laptop with windows XP now.GoodluckInsane!cacheofreason.blogspot.com