Thanks to All for Broken HD Advice, Need opinions

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by Gtrplayer55, Oct 3, 2004.

  1. Gtrplayer55

    Gtrplayer55 Guest

    Thank you everyone who has posted on here about my HD issues going on right
    now. I am getting ready to buy another Laptop in the near future and, due to
    cost constraints, have limited my choices down to two, and any suggestions
    would be great. The two laptops are both Toshiba Satellites, one is an
    A75-S209, the other is an A75-S229. I can't tell much difference other than
    the S229 has a mobile pentium4 processor. Anyone know much about these? I am
    not going to use this computer for much more than schoolwork and as a "PDA".
    (I know, a little large for a PDA). Any thoughts or recommendations would be
    appreciated. I am a horrible computer buyer.
     
    Gtrplayer55, Oct 3, 2004
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  2. Gtrplayer55

    HF Guest

    Get your finger out and find some reviews to read. Rudolph Hucca
    "Gtrplayer55" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Thank you everyone who has posted on here about my HD issues going on

    right
    > now. I am getting ready to buy another Laptop in the near future and, due

    to
    > cost constraints, have limited my choices down to two, and any suggestions
    > would be great. The two laptops are both Toshiba Satellites, one is an
    > A75-S209, the other is an A75-S229. I can't tell much difference other

    than
    > the S229 has a mobile pentium4 processor. Anyone know much about these?

    I am
    > not going to use this computer for much more than schoolwork and as a

    "PDA".
    > (I know, a little large for a PDA). Any thoughts or recommendations would

    be
    > appreciated. I am a horrible computer buyer.



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    HF, Oct 3, 2004
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