Saturday, July 25, 2009
Friday, July 24, 2009
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Monday, July 20, 2009
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Sunday, July 12, 2009
Well, I actually didn't know it was going on till today.
Closed circuit info on netbooks:
1. Get at least a 6 cell battery.
2. Make sure the RAM can go to at least 2GB.
3. Get 92% or bigger keyboard
4. Don't get 8 or 9 inch screen...too small. 10" is OK.
5. Might want to make sure it has a SVGA monitor jack so you can have an
6. Might want to have an ethernet jack for home use (plugged in to network).
My Acer Aspire One works great and I have no complaints at all.
Saturday, July 11, 2009
Friday, July 10, 2009
Rather than try to work it out with the seller, they'd rather just bad mouth them.
I've never sold anything on ebay. So I'm not saying this from experience, but I just did a transaction with a seller who had some negative feedback and the transaction was my BEST EVER. Fast, accurate and friendly...and this on a $9 item. So how they ever got negative feedback is hard to say. It's sad (but kinda fun) to read the negative feedbacks. Usually it can be easily determined that posters are not TOO intelligent. I'm sure they are also looking for someone to blame everything on.
I've only had one experience on ebay that was so-so. A laptop battery....
They replaced it for me a couple of times, but I should have just tried for a refund.
It was a new battery, but was a piece of junk (the charging circuitry in it). They all behaved the same...OK if you didn't let them get too dead, but would NOT charge if they went too low.
I put the cells from the NEW pack in my old battery and that was the resolution.
Some of the Chinese knockoff laptop batteries are just not well made.
Some are OK. Depends on how complicated the guts are, I suppose.