Toshiba Satellite Pro A10 - Celeron 2 GHz - 14.1" TFT laptop sold by dabs.com and simply.co.uk, does

Discussion in 'DIY Computers' started by Sim, Sep 22, 2003.

  1. Sim

    Sim Guest

    Hi

    Just wondering if anyones bought the following laptop lately from
    dabs.com or simply.co.uk:

    Toshiba Satellite Pro A10 - Celeron 2 GHz - 14.1" TFT
    ( Mfr Part No.:pSA15E-03U7V-EN )

    it's also at:

    http://www.dabs.com/products/prod-info.asp?quicklinx=2NHX


    And if so, how big is the harddrive? (as websites can't seem to decide
    whether it has a 30gb or 20gb drive)

    I've ordered one from dabs, who's description states that the machine
    has a 30gb drive (although it's been discontinued, so I'm not sure
    I'll get one ) but I wandered over to simply.co.uk to see if they had
    any left, and under their description, it states it only has a 20gb
    HD, the Mfr part numbers match, so I'd be surprised if the same part
    code has to different sized HDs depending on where you buy it. There
    also seems to be some confusion on the Toshiba uk website, with 30gb
    described in the product feature list, but the link to it mentioning
    20gb.

    I know dabs won't give product information out, other than whats on
    the site, and I think if I phoned simply, they'd probably only know
    what their website tells them. So I reckon my best bet of finding out
    is to find someone who has actually bought one.

    I also noticed that the more expensive model up, with a CDRW/DVD combo
    drive is described as only having a 20gb HD, so I'm guessing the 30gb
    descriptions are the most likely to be wrong, but it would be nice to
    know if I'd be getting a better deal from Dabs if they can get hold of
    one, else I might try for one elsewhere who still have them in stock.

    P.S.

    If you have bought one, how pleased with it are you?
     
    Sim, Sep 22, 2003
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