View Full Version : I just bought an M200 with a 1.6 ghz dothan, 802
09-05-2004, 11:41 AM
I just bought an M200 with a 1.6 ghz dothan, 802.11g, 256 + 512 ddr 2700 ram, and a 40 gig hdd. However, what I needed was a real tablet and I thought this could replace both my need for a tablet and a laptop, however, now I know I'm better off with a real tablet so I need to sell this. I will even include the executive leather case and 128 MB SD card with it and I will ship it overnight, no waiting. Please email me at EMAIL DELETED AT POSTER'S REQUEST if interested. I only used it for 3 days and it comes in original box, etc. I paid about $2400 but I'll take like $2000 for it. Thank you.
09-06-2004, 02:56 AM
Probably best if you just return it?? You would lose a little less money sending it back than selling it at that price.
09-06-2004, 05:38 AM
Well I'd lose 15% restocking fee, so I'd rather send it to someone that wants it, plus I can do someone a favor that doesn't want to wait for one to be built.
09-06-2004, 05:45 AM
Well, 15% of 2400 is 360. So, you'd get back 2040 from Toshiba. If the case and memory were seperate, that's even more money you're losing. Plus there's shipping and handling to consider (overnight isn't cheap)and the added memory if you added that after Toshiba sent it to you.
You'd really do better just sending it back to toshiba. sell the rest if you don't need it but then you could probably save the 512 sodimm for the tablet.
09-06-2004, 09:04 AM
I'm sending mine back to Toshiba with a picture of my middle finger. Also, working with my Credit Card company to get 15% back from those people.
09-06-2004, 10:39 AM
Isnt that a bit childish? They specifically stated on their site that there is a 15% restocking fee. You should have read the terms of the sale, and you should have also tried one out at a best buy or compusa before you purchased.
09-06-2004, 01:58 PM
...your know honestly how is it that people don't just buy a Motion!??
09-06-2004, 04:37 PM
The demo unit was "caged" into the laptop position by a rod and missing a pen. So the only real trial was poking around with it in laptop position. As you know, in laptop position you don't really notice the acute viewing angle which is common with many laptops.
On the restock - My indignation stems from the unguided and misleading comments made by the sales rep that tablets can be returned for a full refund (ahh but there is always a but, which I painfully found out with a customized tablet). In fairness to her, she did say that there were cases that the 15% was charged but I was lead to believe I wouldn't be in that boat. I'm not upset at Toshiba - just ... disappointed. :(
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