Cracking Open the Compaq Armada M300
Long before Intel dreamed up the term "ultrabook", computer makers were selling laptops designed to be highly portable. These machines were thinner and lighter than traditional laptops with only slightly less power.
I used one such machine when I first started at TechRepublic--the Compaq Armada M300. It served me well for many years, and I couldn't think of a more fitting tribute than to crack it open.
Photo by: Bill Detwiler / TechRepublic
Caption by: Bill Detwiler