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Need a spec sheet or other tech information on twinhead model 270. specifically,,,what is the max ram and where are the memory slot(s)?

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  • dforgy123 Apr 15, 2009

    can't you read? it is a TWINHEAD MODEL 270 LAPTOP



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Need more information
manufacturer, model number.

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

  • Mark Gough Apr 15, 2009

    soory bout that hit wrong button.

    but need manufacturer and model number to give you spec.

  • Mark Gough Apr 15, 2009

    here's the link for twinhead.

    according to twinhead shows only model numbers

    h12m, h12d, 12d, f10L, j13s, j12s, j15s, f11y

    which of those is yours?



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