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    I now have four working home systems, two desktops and two laptops

    At the end of 2016, I still have the Gateway 17" PA6A laptop (really a "large portable"), the Lenovo 3000 Y410, but these systems were acquired around 2008 and are really aging, so I use them only occasionally in testing. The Chromebook CR-48 is gone, but I've added a Lenovo Chromebook N22.

    My every day home system is now the Dell Inspiron 5558, which I purchased about a year ago.
    Posted 12-22-2016 at 09:53 AM by masinick masinick is offline
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    I now have four working home systems, two desktops and two laptops

    My current environment continues to include two of the previously mentioned laptops, Gateway 17" PA6A laptop and the Lenovo 3000 Y410. I got rid of the desktop systems. I do have a prototype Chromebook CR-48 but I have not recently used it. What's been added are phones and tablets. I currently own a MOTO X phone and a Nexus 7 tablet and I have access to a few other types used by family members too.
    Posted 02-13-2015 at 02:23 PM by masinick masinick is offline
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    I now have four working home systems, two desktops and two laptops

    I have added a Gateway 17" PA6A laptop to my collection of home systems, so I now have THREE laptops: the Gateway, the Dell Latitude D600, and the Lenovo 3000 Y410. My two desktop systems continue to be the aging but solid Dell Dimension 4100 and the good Compaq/HP D530 desktop test system.
    Posted 11-17-2008 at 02:49 PM by masinick masinick is offline

  



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