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Toshiba Portege 3110CT
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Toshiba Portege 3110CT

PC Laptop from Toshiba .

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Toshiba Portege 3110CTPublished on 11/21/02 at 07:28
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My boss used to work for more than 2 years without any problem (neither hard nor soft as W98)
What we love most: the weight and bulk mini (external CD drive and all of the same port and rplicateur), good performance with respect to the trs Specifies with 128 MB and a DD 6 GB fast enough (in some laptops are less virulent PIII 500) and design.
Report qualitprix difficult to judge, we must be sure you want to privilgier the weight and bulk for this price (new, I mean), it was better with a kilo of more and more a notch .
With the exprience was prfr keep when we had the possibility to change it so it poses no problem so I would do this choice (because my boss wants to slip it into his......
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My boss used to work for more than 2 years without any problem (neither hard nor soft as W98)
What we love most: the weight and bulk mini (external CD drive and all of the same port and rplicateur), good performance with respect to the trs Specifies with 128 MB and a DD 6 GB fast enough (in some laptops are less virulent PIII 500) and design.
Report qualitprix difficult to judge, we must be sure you want to privilgier the weight and bulk for this price (new, I mean), it was better with a kilo of more and more a notch .
With the exprience was prfr keep when we had the possibility to change it so it poses no problem so I would do this choice (because my boss wants to slip it into his briefcase;))
Now, I could never judge these musical abilities
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Toshiba Portege 3110CTPublished on 04/02/07 at 08:22
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Small portable spun because I was used any more. then: Pentium II 300 MHz, 64 MB RAM, 6 GB hard drive: it is clear that for the VST synth zik and grated it. nonetheless it can run a version of antediluvian works.

short: an old laptop to old programs. Other than that it is lightweight, super strong and pretty that's for sure. the screen is pretty good especially considering the time of stuff. the antonomie is very good, 1:30 to 3 hours in eco mode at 133 MHz (but by rowing against ca).

Finally, voila, a nice little portable fun but my faith more decorative than anything else. it is difficult to pass in. mp3 and install linux (debian sarge and a good hop)
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  • Manufacturer: Toshiba
  • Model: Portege 3110CT
  • Category: PC Laptops
  • Added in our database on: 12/18/2003

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