From: Allan Ballard (aballard_at_ix.netcom.com)
Date: Sun Apr 16 2000 - 10:03:50 EDT
I have a 760CD and a 760XL. Not unhappy with either so far.
Win2000 may change all that, if my office goes to it and I
should need more power to push the increased bloatware.
In the 760 line, I would prefer the 760XD so as to gain all the
built in ports.
But if entry level 770's are going for about the same as end of the
line 760's, well, methinks I would think long and hard about
options, cpu, etc. Personally I don't like size of the 770's, but do
appreciate their increased power.
"Steve C." wrote:
> I have a 760 and can't really recommend it. The
> keyboard feel is not too good and it's been replaced
> once already because the keys stick. Also, the
> standard screen is not very clear or bright, not
> nearly as good as a 700C but they are fairly cheap.
> --- andy goldstein <amgoldst_at_unity.ncsu.edu> wrote:
> > Hi, I'm looking to spend between $500 and $1000 for
> > an older Thinkpad I am also considering the 760 and
> > 770 series.
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