I forgot to mention RAM and batteries;
It runs on 512MB, but it's shared with Graphics, so it actually doesn't even meet the minimum requirements for Vista. Runs alright, though, for some reason.
The batteries. Quite old, and the 3-cell lithium-ion goes without juice for up to 3 hours. (on Windows XP, or Vista on Power Saver plan)
I'm a student living in New Zealand. I am thinking of selling my 5-year-old laptop, Fujitsu S6120 and trading in for a new Dell with some extra cash, but I have no idea how much I should sell it for. I'm thinking about US$500 (Tech trends here in Kiwiland are somewhat slower than in USofA)
The outer casing is in optimum condition; not a scratch or dent, no faded colour, none of the weird sticky stuff on the keyboard you find on a second-hand.
Here's the full spec:
Intel Pemtium M Processor 1.44MHz
13.3" XGA TFT-LCD Screen
40GB Hard disk (Partitioned in half)
Windows XP Pro and Windows Vista Home Premium (multi-OS)
Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics controller (NOT compatible with Windows Aero)
Input/Output: PCMCIA, 2*USB2.0, Infrared, Compact keyboard (no number pad), Softpad, LAN input, VGA out, CD (No DVD)