Just thought i'd share some laptops with you that are part of my pride and joy Thinkpad collection.
First up is my standard TP770..http://s1099.photobucket.com/albums/g394/mnowell69/THINKPAD770/
Updated to windows 98, still getting semi-regular use. Has a great original battery that will last a couple of hours under load and the dvd option which still looks good to watch.
Sadly i wasn't able to hold the camera perfectly steady but will update the photos if there is an interest.
and then there is a standard TP240 celeronhttp://s1099.photobucket.com/albums/g394/mnowell69/THINKPAD240/
Sadly missing inserts from the box, but everything is there, including the packet that contains the covers for the ports. This one has been used a few times, but only to make sure it still works.
Mustn't forget everyones favourite classic the TP701C.http://s1099.photobucket.com/albums/g394/mnowell69/THINKPAD%20701C/
Sadly the paintwork is the major letdown on the cover, and the PCMCIA cover is missing, but everything works like a charm. Battery was sourced from a shop in the UK for £40 and lasts about 2 hours with light use. I never use it really, but it's good to have everything as it should be.
Added the thinkpad that started my mania. The venerable 380Z. A beautifully clean machine with an almost dead battery (20 mins) but still going strong. Missing the port cover, but i refuse to pay $30 for one..http://s1099.photobucket.com/albums/g394/mnowell69/THINKPAD%20380Z/
Just added my TP770X with 13.7" SXGA screen and a P3 processor running at 600mhz without speedstep. Has WinXP and works great. Only problem i find is the resolution. Cant get 1280x1024 without dropping to 16bit colour. With 32 bit colour i am forced to 1024x768 resolution. Anybody else had experience with this.??
Here are the picshttp://s1099.photobucket.com/albums/g394/mnowell69/THINKPAD%20770X/