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What comp. I should buy

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This is kinda a stupid question, but i wanna  buy a really cheap(prefferably under 100 bucks) computer(a laptop would be nice), dont care what kind(but it has to run unix of some form, whether with a terminal emulator or installing the OS right on the HD), and i dont care if its old or good(but dont be too hard!)  Can anyone give me some suggestions?  Maybe you can show me to some sites that would list em(they would most likely be used boxes).  Thanks
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www.ebay.com is an online auction site.  In the "computer" section you can find anything from a $50 8086 laptop to a $3000 pentium II desktop system, plus a lot of neat collector's items (like a TRS-80 laptop from 1979).
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