9 posts • joined 18 Mar 2008
real specs and prices:
Processor: Intel Atom N270 (1.6 GHz, FSB 533)
Memory: DDRII 512 MB / 1 GB / 2 GB (see US configs below)
Storage: 80 GB / 120 GB / 160 GB / 250 GB (see US configs below)
Chipset: 945GSE + ICH7M
VGA: On-board Intel GMA 950, 1600 x 1200 maximum resolution
Networking: 10/100/1000 Mbps LAN, 802.11n WLAN, Bluetooth optional
SD/MMC/MS slot: SD, SDHC, Mini SD, (Micro SD through adapter) ; MMC, MMC plus, MMC4.x, RS MMC, RSMMC4.x (MMC mobile through adapter);MS,MS PRO
Audio: Azalia ALC888 Audio Chip
USB x 2
Card Reader x 1
Headphone-out jack (WO/SPDIF) x 1
MIC x 1
USB 2.0 x 2
Gigabit LAN x 1
DVI out x 1
Line-Out (L/R) with S/PDIF x 1
19Vdc, 4.74A, 65W power adaptor
VESA mount (optional)
Dimensions: 8.5" x 7" x 1"
Net Weight: 2.2 lbs.
Gross Weight: 6.6 lbs.
US Configurations and MSRP:
$269 1GB memory + 80GB HDD Linux edition
$299 1GB memory + 80GB HDD XP edition
$299 2GB memory + 160GB HDD Linux edition
DMBS != DBMS
just to remind you...
mine is the one with the copy of Oracle 11g in the pocket
the real question is...
why would someone use safari and maybe a day later the internet explorer?
I use it for legal downloads!
Many Linux-distriutions or large free programs are shared over BitTorrent
because it's fast and doesn't need large scale servers with big connections ...
There are always side-effects as illegal downloads but you can't fight them
with forbidding a legal technique ...
must be kiddin...
only 262,144 colors on the new 20-inch iMac????!
I would like too see another great search-engine like Google, I used Yahoo! for years until Google became faster and more accurate than Yahoo!
Theres 1 question ramaining unclear for me as i read this article:
Does speeding up the indexing of pages also speed up the search results? I think no. And does it mean there are better search results with the use of this grid? It only seems to be a matter of more efficient cpu-use.
what about AMD?
Can someone please tell me how i can compare this to a CPU produced by AMD?
improved Acid 3 test
There was also an update for Safari and it looks like they used the
time to improve their results on the Acid 3 test.
Before the update Safari scored 40% and now 75%.
It's 256GB with 4GB DIMMs and 512GB with 8GB DIMMs.
There are already servers out that can carry more than that.
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