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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by gekko513, Sep 7, 2005.
This has to be some kind of joke, right?
seeing as there isn't any 6.8Ghz chips that i know of. its a joke
This is a hoax, just look at the pictures of the 3.5mm audio jack that is supposed to be the memory store.
I'm just surprised that so many news sites seem to be reporting this.
Only 2 tb? I've gotta have at least 3 tb before I go quantum ...
Oh, for pete's sake...this is one of the clumsiest hoaxes ever. We're obviously experiencing a news media "slow day"...
and for good measure.
Me and my colleague just looked around at the "evidence" that could make this plausible. There is a patent from 1996 for quantum optical storage filed by the guy and the company has booked a booth at the CES in January.
However, from some of the other stuff, like that component page, it is clear that this must be a hoax. It's kind of fun, though.
lol, their "We are #1" banner at the top of the site is the best.
What's a "nanomicron"?
Definitely a hoax.
I like how you can order it with four 1.7GHz Intel Penitum M's if you dont want the standard Quantum II CPU- right!
The article was good for laugh though.
hey, but the
" The NvIOpRAM [ATA IDE] products have the selling price of $2.50 per 1GB."
can't beat that!
what the hell type of company would make a 6.8GHz quantum laptop and run windows on it, tis total BS.
True. Why make such a serious piece of machinery and then install a piece of s**t OS on it? Makes no sense!
it says they got 64gb of ramin a windows server
I would not even trust Windows w/ 64GB of RAM.
Just think of how many viruses it could store in there.
seeing is how there is no way in hell that widows 32bit could support 1TB of ram.... Ya... I still don't understand how this got on /. geez.
Everything gets on Slashdot
I hate it when they make hoaxes completely unbelievable.
A laptop with a normal LCD, a 2GHz Pentium and a 40GB solid state hard drive with an OLED keyboard and 8 hours battery life would have half the geeks in the world drooling... and at least might be able to suspend disbelief a bit.
Yes, that would have been a better distortion of the truth.
there are servers out there that have 64 gb of ram you have just never seen one
the max ram for Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard x64 Edition and
Windows Server 2003 R2 Datacenter x64 Edition is 1 TB
shrug, got me... 10^(-9) * 10^(-6)m which makes no sense.
i think it would surprise what windows servers actually have that memory and what they run...then a worms hits and people take a dump.
These guys have been making outrageous claims for years, and it's always "coming soon". I'll believe it when I see it. I remember seeing something about an 64GB SD card from them at a howstuffworks review of CES last year I think. Anyways, crap, crap, crap
64GB SD Card? Ya, these guys are real credible.