So I bought this have pretty much no use for it.
It's a Dell PowerEdge 2650 server. Other than oem spec, it's got 1.5gb of 1600mhz ram and 3 seagate 34gb scsi 160 drives.
I'll get some pics up if anyone really wants them.
I'm look for 300 +shipping. I've never shipped anything this...
I'm trying to hook up an American Megatrends StorTrends ST1312JS2 unit, and I guess I need to add an SCSI controller to my setup. It runs Seagate ST336704LC drives which are Ultra160.
Looking for an Ultra160 SCSI card to get started fooling around with it.
Lmk what you have with prices...
I'm pretty happy with the job Lenovo did of putting this together. It doesn't 'feel' cheap at all compaired to other Acer and Asus models. The LCD is solid and I don't feel like when I open it I'm going to break it or anything. It's nice and light without feeling like it's made of plastic.
So I just noticed that the S10e ships with 512MB of 667MHz ram. What's the deal with that? The Atom only supports 533MHz. Doesn't that seems like a waste or something? I can't imagine it was cheaper to put in faster ram that the unit supports.
So...yea...I printed my mug on an 8.5x11 and it logged me in. :eek:
I also noticed that I don't have to be looking right at it to work either. I've been looking at my other screen and it logs me in even at an angle.
I agree that a new thread probably wasn't neccesary for this.
I also agree with AmongTheChosenX that the packaging for this was unacceptable.
If you ordered the same thing from a website like newegg, and it came like that, everyone one of you would be just as pissed.
I download the 14CN66WW Update from Lenovo's support website. I just checked a few minutes ago and it's not there anymore. The version that came from the factory on mine was 14CW5"something"WW
Update: I checked out Intel's Atom webpage and it says it only goes up to 533MHz, I guess that...
Really, I hadn't heard that. I updated it anyways since it said it takes care of a fan issue and that it gives you an option to turn off that system beep when you plug in the A/C adapter. My webcam is working fine as far as I know. The VeriFace software is working fine and I can login using it ok :p
Hmm, the BIOS isn't detailed enough to tell us so you'll have to use third party software. Off the top of my head SiSoft Sandra might be the eastiest.
Also, has anyone noticed that Lenovo removed the 14CN66WW BIOS update from their support website?
Looking add a little bit to my new Lenovo S10e
Title pretty much says it all. Looking for a solid state drive in the mini PCIe form factor as well as a 2GB stick of ram @ 533mhz.
LMK what you have, thanks.
What RAM did you put in your s10e? Kingston shows a max memory cap. of 1.5GB, but I know sometimes it's not that accurate.
I also noticed that in the BIOS it has a option for both SATA HDD and SSD Disk. Does this mean that you could put in both, using one as a secondary dive? I...
Is the 802.11b/g card in these a mPCI card? I was looking at maybe getting one of these if it would be compatible. More than likely I'll be getting a broadband access card for the express card slot from a carrier and wouldn'y really need the internal wireless card. What do you think?
I've been reading up on getting a SSD for my new S10e as well. I've been seeing reports that people are having trouble getting Windows XP to run properly. I just wanted to know if you've had any issues after installing your SSD? Also, have there been any kind of changes that you've...
So I'm picking up the Lenovo S10e off newegg, and I want a burner to go with it.
I'm looking for something that supports LightScribe and only requires USB for power.
I've looked at a few from Samsung to Lite-On to Sony.
I've never really had good experiences with Lite-On myself, always...