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Deathjag
09-20-2004, 07:02 PM
Hi guys,

Since I've entered University, I need to get rid of this notebook to help finance my lease on my other notebook computer.

For those of you who know of Saeger Notebook's this is a rebadged Saeger Computer, under the label of Eurocom.

I've had this computer for slightly over a year, and I've upgraded the screen, got a new hard drive, and just bought a brand new battery for the notebook and it's basically in pristine shape, with the exception of some palm wear on the keyboard.

This computer includes...

2.4Ghz Pentium 4 CPU
256mb DDR
20ghz 5400 RPM hdd
8x DVD-Rom (which can be removed and replaced with a second battery)
and the creme de la creme of screens.. a brand new 15.1 UXGA+ screen.

Other small features it has is an Audio DJ console, and USB2.0 slots on the rear and a removable floppy drive.


I'd really appreciate your guys assistance with this. I'm finding the financial aspect of university to be pretty though.

PICS!

http://pics.apartment808.com/users/RbSX/DSCF1140.JPG
http://pics.apartment808.com/users/RbSX/DSCF1141.JPG
http://pics.apartment808.com/users/RbSX/DSCF1142.JPG
http://pics.apartment808.com/users/RbSX/DSCF1143.JPG

My heatware: RyanSengara
MSN: rbsx@hotmail.com
Email: RSengara@telus.net

I'm looking for $1325 plus shipping, but I'm flexible. If this doesn't go soon, I am going to put it on Egay, because I need to purchase my other computer by the end of this week.

Thanks for looking at my thread.

Ryan Sengara

Jason425
09-20-2004, 07:28 PM
:rofl: good luck selling it, but just a couple things: you should probably change the ghz to gb for the HD size, and it's eBay, not eGay.. ;)

oh, and unless that is in Canadian $, you might want to lower the $ a little bit.

Jason
11-15-2004, 03:54 PM
First Deathjag is right. This is a rebadged Sager 56XX and sagers are as high end as it gets in the laptop community. $1300+ is not a bad price for a Sager 5600 I suggest you check out what a person is selling before you tell someone their stuff is overpriced.