Basically, this laptop has been my workhorse every day for the last 3 years. It has barely ever left the house, and spends it's days on my desk. It really is a fantastic laptop.
This laptop, up until recently, could have passed as mint. 2 weeks ago, I was so fed up of a floppy screen I removed the bezel in order to tighten the hinges (which worked really well, now a tight screen). In order to get the bezel off, I had to resort to using a flathead screwdriver to pry. This has marked the plastic slightly as you will see in the pictures. You can only see these marks when the lid is closed, not visible at all when open. Apart from that the laptop is in really good condition. The screen is flawless apart from one thing that has been there since purchase (seriously). It is so small I didn't notice it at first, that is why I didn't have it returned. I really don't know what it is, it's not a scratch or gouge, its not dead pixels, im guessing possibly a very small hair that made its way in during production? I don't know, but try and see from the pictures. I don't notice it day to day, I'm just mentioning it to be a good seller.
Never spilled anything on it, never dropped it, smoke free home, cleaned it to the best of my ability.
Comes with Windows Vista Business, which has the COA on the bottom of the laptop and recovery disks. I run it speedily with 7 on at the mo.
This laptop can also be Hackintosh'ed, and run's quite well at it, full resolution, sound etc. Stock WiFi doesn't work with OS X but if this is what you plan to do with the laptop I can include a OSX compatible wifi card (internal) for £10.
Any other questions feel free to ask, if not, check the pictures :)
Forgot to mention, In June 2010 I spent another £70 on a new battery for this, so the laptop currently gets around 5 hours on a full charge (on power save mode) and around 3.5 on normal. Battery specs on pics too.
Forgot to mention, this also has the built in bluetooth 2.0 add on.