Toshiba Libretto 50CT

 

 
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£80.00

Toshiba Libretto 50CT


Tested and does load Windows 95, however as the CMOS battery has died there is an error shown during boot. The mouse and keyboard are working. 

 

Comes with the following accessories:

1 power supply (minus figure of eight lead)

1 spare keyboard

1 external floppy drive

1 Netgear 108 Mbps wireless card

2 battery packs, 1 is extended. 

1 port adapter 

 



Platform : Windows
Condition : Average (See photo for condition)
Quantity Available : 1

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Second User
This item is second hand.



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