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i am about to purchase a notebook.
either a new m140 or a used TOSHIBA QOSMIO e15.


Dell XPS M140 Pentium M 1.73GHz, 14.1" WXGA, 1GB, 60GB, CDRW+DVD, WiFi, Windows XP Home, 1 Year Warranty

Factory Sealed. You are bidding on a Dell XPS M140 notebook that comes in the original sealed box direct from Dell.

System Features and Highlights

Pentium M Processor 740 at 1.73GHz

Memory 1GB, 2 DIMMs
Hard Drive 60 GB Ultra ATA Hard Drive
Optical Drive 24x/10x/24x CD-RW and 8x DVD Combo Drive
Display 14.1 inch WXGA TFT active-matrix display with 1280 x 800 resolution
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Home
Video Integrated Intel

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