Anyway, I couldn't find any threads on it, and I wanted to find out whether that statistic *ahem* that I got was right or wrong. So, check all that apply! If for some demented reason you feel that the Nokia N-Gage or something should be on the list, I'll edit it.
I got me a 60GB PS3 (the backwards compatible) type, second hand, from GameStop, as well as a pretty decent Dell laptop, which has been acting rather funky for a while (so I may need to make a phone call). Steam, of course. PS3's not registered with the Information Services office, though, so I can't access the internet on it yet, and thus don't have an online ID yet.
EDIT: Defining "minimal," "decent," and "super" computers. (Sorry about not doing this earlier)
GCM wrote:Very well; let's take mine to be decent/normal. 2GBs RAM, 160GB drive (not a big factor), 1.7Ghz Core 2 Duo, a 128MB video card (Nvidia Geforce something), and... it's a laptop. XD
Basically specs is what's being asked, regardless of notebook or desktop.
In addition, it's what would be currently great, normal, or minimal, as opposed to what it was when you bought/made it.