Thursday, April 12, 2007

ebaY auctions UPDATE 4/12

The docking station has sold, but the Compaq 2.8 GHz laptop and the Dell notebook computer w/ internal Bluetooth are still available for purchase. At the time of this posting, bids were below $250 for each. One was even below $100!

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Dell Inspiron 600m laptop/notebook computer 1.6 GHz
* Compaq R3000/R3200 notebook/laptop computer 2.8 GHz P4

In addition to the trade paperbacks I listed before, I've recently added 4 more, all starting at $4.99!!! Here's the total list, so far:

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Universe X trade paperback vol. 1 - $5 tpb, Alex Ross
* X-Men: Dream's End trade paperback - $5 tpb
* Ultimate Fantastic Four trade paperback v2 DOOM- $5 tpb
* Ultimate Spider-man trade paperback v10 Hollywood $5 tp
* Empire trade paperback - $5 tpb Mark Waid, Kitson
* Son of Superman Elseworlds trade paperback - $5 tpb

More to come, later.

For the complete list of my latest available auctions, check the ebaY link in the sidebar or click here.

Good luck!


EDIT: I forgot to mention that the laptops come crammed with software including Microsoft Excel, Word, and others. I'll try to amend the auction pages, today.

2 comments:

DJ Black Adam said...

Well Wes, there is a reason I pick “Black Adam” as opposed to “Sivana”. I need a lap top, but I have no Idea what all the tech jargon is. I looked at the Dell, so I have to ask you so Laymen’s questions here:

Does it have word, excel and publisher (Publisher is not as important)?

Can I hook it up to the internet? (I have cable internet)

With the memory, could I add a program like my Bible software (Pradis)?

Hit me up!

West said...

Hey!
To answer your questions:
re: "Does it have word, excel and publisher (Publisher is not important)?"

Actually, it does have Word and Excel pre-installed. I forgot to mention that in the auction. I'll have to add that.

re: "Can I hook it up to the internet?"

Definitely. It can connect to the internet via dial-up, cable/high-speed, and/or wirelessly.

re: "With the memory, could I add a program like my Bible software (Pradis)?"

Short answer - probably.

Long answer - I'm not familiar with that software, so I looked it up. Apparently, there are a number of Bible-themed programs, named Pradis, from that company. I didn't see any system requirements from them, but this system is just over a year old and has a decent amount of memory, so I think you'll probably be fine. To be absolutely sure, you'd want to look at your software requirements (or you could tell me about the computer you currently use with Pradis; if it's comparable to or less-advanced than this one, that would suggest that the Dell would work just fine).


-West