I saw a listing on ebay for a barebone Dell Vostro A100 for $125 with free shipping, and it intrigued me.
When I used google to search for this model I got this page from Dell
apparently this model was sold only in Europe and it came with Ubuntu Linux installed.
From the Tech Description It sounds like it has a D945 Mini-ITX motherboard installed, but I’m not sure which model.
This sounds like it might be a good system to turn into a Hackintosh. It would be funny as hell to show this one to your friends and co-workers sitting there running OSX Leopard on a ……GASP! Dell computer system.
The only thing I didn’t like about this one it that it doesn’t appear to have a IDE Port so it would require a SATA Hard Drive, and a SATA DVD , CD-RW DVD Combo, or DVD Burner Optical Drive and a stick of DDR2 Memory.
If anyone has used this model from Dell can you leave comments about it and let me know how it works as a hackintosh system?