Intel Celeron 1100 1.1ghz (or is it the 1100A, I'm not sure)
256MB SDRAM memory [though I might just be able to salvage more memory off another old computer and add it on]
SiS 630 highly-integrated chipset with:
Integrated graphics, 8MB but configurable up to 64MB - MPEG-2 decode compliant (can play DVDs with little CPU usage)
Integrated audio (supports 6-channel output, AC-97 support)
Hard drive: 6GB (yes, sadly only 6GB; the reason I wanted to get a new PC (which is as of now, my old PC) some 4 years ago because a game I purchased would eat up more than 2GB of disk space!)
Optical drive: two CD drives; top is CD-RW, bottom is 40x CD-ROM, both work and can be replaced (with, say, a DVD drive if you want to watch DVDs on this); also comes with a classic Floppy drive
Motherboard: Unknown for now, but it does have AGP slots on it
Power supply: Unknown (it was replaced when I was a kid, I still remember my dad trying to figure out the red and yellow wires inside
) probably 300W?
Operating system: Windows XP Professional SP2(though I actually have a friend who owns the exact same PC, with its original Windows 98 copy
2 USB ports on the back for compatibility with flash drives and such
Yes, I know, it's a very very old and very very crappy computer. My family currently has it connected to the HDTV in our living room, and we use Windows Media player to watch video off a subscription service on it. I don't have a picture [or the time to take one] of this yet, but I will take one soon.
We're planning to replace this with a new small-form-factor Intel Atom/nVidia ION desktop that will not only play the same videos we already watch, but play 1080p which could be really useful if I add a slim form-factor Blu-Ray drive on there.
What I'm asking is, if I sell this [on eBay or another site], how much can I get from this old computer? My current estimate is around $200, though I'm not very sure on the pricing (esp. on very old computers).
-X D / Delta Productions