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Selling a tabletPC

this year i only have ONE tabletPC for sale. relevant specs and links are below. it is in wonderful condition. there are some signs of use, but nothing bad. it was refurbished, and has been under moderate use by me since.

i have sold this model to artists in the past. this device is particularly useful for graphic designers who cannot afford a wacom cintiq, and don't want a glorified mousepad like the bamboo for their drawing. while i owned it i had and used Photoshop CS5. it ran just fine.

the buyer is welcome to come to me with any questions about it after buying. i refurbished approx. 300 of them throughout a year working in an HP partner repair shop, and owned one for nearly two years.

Model: HP tc4400
Processor: intel core2duo t7200@2ghz
RAM: 2GB (upgradable to 4gb)
graphics: intel GMA 950 (this one doesnt do much for gaming. it doesnt run TF2, and barely handles secondlife. it loves n64 emulation though =P )
Tablet: Wacom Penabled Pressure sensitive digitizer built into the reversible screen (this is a MUST for artists!)
OS: Windows XP tablet edition 32 bit. - clean install and prepared for use, with none of that OEM shovelware crap. (this is windows XP pro with added tablet features you see standard in vista/7) supports windows 7. supports 64 bit. RAM upgrade recommended for Vista or 7.
Battery: good condition. - comes with an additional external battery! a solid 6 hours battery life between the two. 4.5 under moderate stress of multimedia, 2 if running second life. :P
warranty: i cant offer a whole lot on this one. but if something goes immediately wrong in the first 30 days i'll gladly help try to get it repaired.
Price: $200 USD. i will cover shipping within the US.
advanced specs and info page: http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12443_na...

Battery, External Travel battery, Charger, and Stylus are all included, and in good condition.

i can supply the ghost image file i made upon preparing the tablet for sale, so if anything ever goes wrong with the OS or hard drive, you can do a clean install without hunting down a million drivers.

ask in comments for any other information.
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