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#1 Post by E30blitz »

This where I need to be so
Will search around and have a look around. The cf 30 might be. A better option for me
And pitfalls and warnings would be appteciated.
Before I get a scud did
Will need to brush on my terminology jargon

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Moderators feel free to delete this one

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#3 Post by toughasnails »

A CF-30 is a good Toughbook to start with....I only have a few (8) :lauging:
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#4 Post by E30blitz »

Ok toughasnails
Spill the beans
And share the love of the cf-30

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#5 Post by toughasnails »

Well with the CF-30MK2 and MK3 are fast with W7 4GB memory and a SSD installed. Great battery life, 4+ hours.
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CF-19 MK1, 2, 5 Emissive Keyboard, Samsung 240GB SSD, 12GB Ram, W7 64 bit, GPS *
CF-28 MK2, 3
CF-30 MK2 , Intel SSD, 4GB , GPS, W7 Ultimate , Bluetooth, Emissive Keyboard
CF-51 MK3LL Core 2 Duo T7600 Mod , W7, 4GB Ram, 160GB 7200RPM HDD, Finger Print Reader
CF-52MK1 Core2Duo 2GHz, Intel SSD X25 Series ,4GB , BT with dock
CF-52 MK4 i5‑2540M 2.60GHz, ATI Discrete Graphics, Intel 120GB SSD, 16GB,W7 Pro 64bit
CF-53MK1 i5/2520, Kingston Hyper X SSD 240GB, 16GB memory, W7 Pro 64bit with dock
CF-54 MK2 Samsung SSD512GB, 16GB memory
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#6 Post by toughasnails »

A little advice. If you buy a CF-30 get one that is complete because if you buy a parts 30 its going to cost you a lot by the time you get a caddy, HDD or cd-rom + other stuff. It could end up costing you twice the price you paid for the 30.
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CF-19 MK1, 2, 5 Emissive Keyboard, Samsung 240GB SSD, 12GB Ram, W7 64 bit, GPS *
CF-28 MK2, 3
CF-30 MK2 , Intel SSD, 4GB , GPS, W7 Ultimate , Bluetooth, Emissive Keyboard
CF-51 MK3LL Core 2 Duo T7600 Mod , W7, 4GB Ram, 160GB 7200RPM HDD, Finger Print Reader
CF-52MK1 Core2Duo 2GHz, Intel SSD X25 Series ,4GB , BT with dock
CF-52 MK4 i5‑2540M 2.60GHz, ATI Discrete Graphics, Intel 120GB SSD, 16GB,W7 Pro 64bit
CF-53MK1 i5/2520, Kingston Hyper X SSD 240GB, 16GB memory, W7 Pro 64bit with dock
CF-54 MK2 Samsung SSD512GB, 16GB memory
And the little guys CF-M34 MK3 and MK7
Dell 1710
Infologix / MediSlate 10.4" tablet
Cel Google Pixel XL
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#7 Post by E30blitz »

toughasnails wrote:A little advice. If you buy a CF-30 get one that is complete because if you buy a parts 30 its going to cost you a lot by the time you get a caddy, HDD or cd-rom + other stuff. It could end up costing you twice the price you paid for the 30.
Your right i was looking at the other posts regarding buying tough books
For cheap or even more
From snake oil vendors
Only to be caught out by not reading the small print on the ad and so on

Any tips or advice
To spec up a fully rugged cf30
And must have features
Is great thanks in advance

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#8 Post by Silver Trooper »

If you are interested in a CF-30, I have a MK2 and a MK3 for sale, both are complete with W7 loaded. Let me know if you are interested as I can give you a better price than Ebay...
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toughasnails wrote:Well with the CF-30MK2 and MK3 are fast with W7 4GB memory and a SSD installed. Great battery life, 4+ hours.
Still faster with 8 GB of RAM and x64 OS installed.... :D
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