The Frankenstein laptop

I’m really curious to see what happens to MrBordello‘s skeletal laptop. I think the Ubuntu community has convinced him not to throw it out just yet, but its future as a productive member of society is questionable. :-?

I’ll be honest and say that I don’t usually keep hardware that reaches that state of disassembly (or disrepair, to judge by his description). My fingers are crossed. … :|

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  2. 2 scrooge_74 2007/11/28 at 9:29 PM

    It has been fun the last few days to watch the little laptop get rip apart and to see all the suggestions.

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