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> Wts My Sl-6000l Or Trade For Clamshell
crankin
post Mar 22 2006, 06:36 PM
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I've got a SL-6000 I would describe it but I'm sure anyone reading this knows everythign about them already. I can send pictures on request. It's in great shape no scratches has a flip screen cover so that I never take off so the screen is in perfect shape. I have all the cables, cradle, Original CD you name it. I'm really in the market for a clamshell if someone wants to trade. I really need a car to be honest, so I'm selling my gizmos to get the money. As you know the 6000L is a great peice of equipment, I've never had one problem out of it. I want to try the clamshell design though, I think that the clamshell will work better for me even though it doesnt have any integrated bluetooth or wireless which kinda sucks. But anyway, if any one out there has a clamshell any 3000 series, others may be considered they want to trade or if your in the market for 6000L pm me with an offer.

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miskinis
post Mar 23 2006, 03:00 AM
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QUOTE(crankin @ Mar 23 2006, 02:36 AM)
... I think that the clamshell will work better for me even though it doesnt have any integrated bluetooth or wireless which kinda sucks. ..."


Does your Sl-6000 have integrated bluetooth and WIFI? (Mine does NOT, but I remember
that there were several different configurations, like -N -L -W etc. and I presently
have a -L.)

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post Mar 23 2006, 03:53 AM
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QUOTE(miskinis @ Mar 23 2006, 12:00 PM)
I remember that there were several different configurations, like -N -L -W etc.
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L - No Wireless
N - Wifi (The Windows version also has Bluetooth)
W - I've never found one, but supposedly has wifi AND bluetooth under Linux.
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crankin
post Mar 23 2006, 08:17 AM
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Yes it as Wi-Fi no bluetooth though. I honestly don't know if it's an L or N and what each stands for, the CD-ROM says SL-6000N/6000L or something to that effect so I just call it an L. I never saw a model number on the device, but the seriel number is 3300332Y if you want to investigate. But I can assure you it has integrated wireless. That is the only reason I bought the thing, besides having linux. I want to get a clamshell though C1000 or greater, I think the flip design will work better for my purposes.
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post Mar 23 2006, 08:56 AM
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I think you have that backwards. The N is the basic model, the L adds wifi and the W adds bluetooth onto an L version.

The US version is a 6000L and there are at least one (I'm pretty sure there are a few more) people on this board that have a 6000W

QUOTE(Ferret-Simpson @ Mar 23 2006, 06:53 AM)
L - No Wireless
N - Wifi (The Windows version also has Bluetooth)
W - I've never found one, but supposedly has wifi AND bluetooth under Linux.
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post Mar 23 2006, 10:41 AM
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Whatever the model number is. It has integrated wireless.
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