What you seek: Cross Penabled Executive Pen has the eraser, plus has the programmable side switch.
“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclination, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” - John Adams, in Defense of the British Soldiers on trial for the Boston Massacre, 1770.
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The key with the TC1000, like anything technically, is more RAM. The TC1000 default 256-MB SDRAM is painfully slow. But played with a local friends machine for a bit (he was brave enough to install SP2 RC1, and before that the Comdex alpha) and the TC1000 ran actually halfway decent; not stellar, but at least things got a passing grade. Lonestar is quite a bit more CPU heavy, so the more power the better. Solution for increased shelf-life: Add RAM to the TC1000, expandable up to 768 MB.
Centrino and now headlong into Dothan, with AMD in rear-view mirror. With Efficeon trying to stay in the picture.
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