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Topic # 6278 12-Jan-2006 12:57
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A lot of money but big specs. I have been watching this company for a while and there has been a lot of speculation about whether they are legit. I noticed that they had a booth at CES.

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Imagine a 6.8GHz Quantum Processor, 1TB (that is Tera Byte which is 1000 Giga Bytes) of memory and 2TB of non-volitile memory instead of an HDD.

If these guys are for real it will certainly shake up the whole computer industry!

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Reply # 26270 12-Jan-2006 15:25
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If this was for real it would be in the market and the guys would be making millions...







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Reply # 26271 12-Jan-2006 15:51
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Did you see their stand at CES?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 26272 12-Jan-2006 15:54
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Nope, couldn't find it - but I read on Engadget or somewhere else that someone actually saw this running - but I don't believe until I see it...






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Reply # 26472 14-Jan-2006 23:51
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If I had lots of money for a living then yes I would buy it, laugh out loud




      

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Reply # 26473 15-Jan-2006 00:33
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patrickstarr: If I had lots of money for a living then yes I would buy it, laugh out loud


I wouldn't waste my money... The specs themselves are very fishy yet alone the fact that we have never heard them before.




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Reply # 26487 15-Jan-2006 09:40
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looks dodgy

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Reply # 27106 25-Jan-2006 12:43
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as far as I know the largest hdd you can get is 1 terrabyte, and I doubt that it would be small enough to fit in a laptop.
also 6.8 ghz in a single chip sounds very far-fetched, and the largest laptop hard drive i have heard of is 100 gb, I would say this laptop is a scam



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Reply # 27125 25-Jan-2006 14:25
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Not a hard drive but 'quantum optical' memory. Thats the thing this laptop is supposed to be based on optical technology.

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Reply # 27133 25-Jan-2006 15:06
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If it was so powerful and so wonderful, then why hasnt it had more (any) fanfare from anyone but themselves. (Engadget/Geekzone etc etc)




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Reply # 27216 26-Jan-2006 08:35
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and another thing, if theese guys have built a quantum computer for home or business use then it would be all over the news, not just in some website for geeks and a computer show, we would be seeing tv adverts and everything

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