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February 08, 2011, 12:11:10 PM
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I've got a white Yeeloong 8101, a beautiful and completely (FSF-)Free 10.1"+ laptop with MIPS ISA and the best keyboard layout I've ever seen. It's plainly superb, but it has a couple drawbacks I should mention:
**SUSPEND support* - that's a critical one, I'd research for work-arounds through
Tiny battery - not too much autonomous work for this power footprint (the thing is 3-cell through and that's because of superb weight the laptop has to maintain)
Lack of storage medium (I've thrown away the Seagate HD is came with, may get something in place through)
Broken display (not visible, but I broke it with a blow. It'd cost less than 250 BTC to repair it through I figure)
And the main thing, why I'm into selling it at all: it has moving parts (a fan) and I don't want my laptop to.
I'm fine with it because it has a D-sub and is completely usable as a terminal, but let's try setting up a little Dutch here: 500 is the starting price and you pay for the shipment from Russia (I paid more than 500 USD for this, and also I shipped directly from Lemote, and that was another hundred or so, insurance included. It was a huge delay, too, keep that in mind). You can order a brand new one at http://freedomincluded.com/product/lemote-yeeloong for 550 USD, so 500 BTC for a Dutch would be fair I guess.
(Don't bother with lowering the price below 250 + shipping point through, I'd rather keep it)
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Haha, Richard Stallman, is that you?
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