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Toshiba Satellite 2590XDVD

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Toshiba Satellite 2590XDVD - C 400 MHz - RAM 64 MB - HDD 6 GB - DVD - Cyber 9525 - Win98 - 14.1" TFT 1024 x 768 ( XGA )

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      19.12.2008 12:03

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      A subtle yet punchy processor from celeron with pipeline technology is a main distinction of this machine as for it's 400 hhz is very impressive. Aside it has integrated 64 mg ram is also impressive that takes a new spot for the generation of it's era. An impresive dvd rom and longer range of ir sets this machine to a new level considering general aspects. Amongst this integration is a paralel and serial and rgb port, including 1 usb considering the existance of usb hubs, it could have been more enhanced with extra usb ports. An advantage is that is has a dual pcimcia slot that is quite impresive. The monitor of around 14" is a site to see and if damaged, pc via vga port could easyly be connected to an external monitor, making it a superb space conservive desktop / student pc... By Gregry Blackinos

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    Your personal multi-media platform has arrived! Thanks to the features that include a DVD drive, coupled with an Intel Celeron processor, a 6GB hard disk, 64MB of SDRAM and a V90 56K modem, you are now much closer to the 21st century. Does its price surprise you? But what else did you expect from the world leader of mobile data processing?