I finally got myself a nice used notebook.
After prowling ebay for weeks, I bought a Toshiba 315CDT, with 32MB, 2 gig HD, active matrix screen, a good battery, and a PC-Card ethernet card & dongle (I always smirk at that word);) on a 200MHz Pentium.
"Shocking!" I hear some of you say. "Why, that lad's bonkers. He said he wanted a Powerbook!"
Yup. and I've got one, sort of. I figured that for the price I would have had to pay for a Powerbook of comparable power and accessories, I could buy the Toshiba, and run Basilisk for my Mac needs. It also seems to run STeem, the Atari ST emu at a fair speed as well, but I haven't had time to fully test that yet.
I had fun tonight confounding my co-workers by switching back and forth between Mac and Windows desktops.
32MB is a little spartan for running Basilisk, so I'm already looking to bump up the memory a bit. Fortunately, it takes standard EDO SODIMMs.
The case is in near-mint condition, but could use some interesting painting here and there. :ebc: