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samxiao
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what do you guys think?

anyone knows the tech behind this monster?
gyver
QUOTE(samxiao @ Sep 8 2005, 05:14 AM)
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what do you guys think?

anyone knows the tech behind this monster?
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This is definitely a cheap fake. First when they open the "CPU cover" they point to some "Optical lenses" that are right behind the cover, facing it: where would the beams go? I'll let go the fact that optoelectronics don't use lenses (and not cheap CDROM writer ones at that)...
Second, everything in the monster is maxed out!?! What are the odds that a small, unknown single company would make a breakthrough in CPU, storage and memory at the same time?
Third: have a look around the rest of the site. The pictures on the "home" section are clearly jokes: people in white suits using a dashboard? The 3 white mens "working" on the right don't even have glowes (and the room is suspiciously messy for a dust-free zone).
And to conclude: all these pictures were taken which a cheap camera, probably a phone. What are the odds of that for a company that should have tens of millions of budget only to rent the clean-rooms...
samxiao
QUOTE(gyver @ Sep 8 2005, 04:06 AM)
QUOTE(samxiao @ Sep 8 2005, 05:14 AM)
...
what do you guys think?

anyone knows the tech behind this monster?
*

This is definitely a cheap fake. First when they open the "CPU cover" they point to some "Optical lenses" that are right behind the cover, facing it: where would the beams go? I'll let go the fact that optoelectronics don't use lenses (and not cheap CDROM writer ones at that)...
Second, everything in the monster is maxed out!?! What are the odds that a small, unknown single company would make a breakthrough in CPU, storage and memory at the same time?
Third: have a look around the rest of the site. The pictures on the "home" section are clearly jokes: people in white suits using a dashboard? The 3 white mens "working" on the right don't even have glowes (and the room is suspiciously messy for a dust-free zone).
And to conclude: all these pictures were taken which a cheap camera, probably a phone. What are the odds of that for a company that should have tens of millions of budget only to rent the clean-rooms...
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but they said they have a demo on CES 2006

anyone been there ?
http://cesweb.org/attendees/awards/innovat...asp?category=48
bluedevils
register's take on things
samxiao
QUOTE(bluedevils @ Sep 8 2005, 10:58 AM)




it seems that it has patented technology
BarryW
Plastic dog crap has a patent too, still doesn't make it real dog crap. Hey if you give ma a few days, I can probably scratch up all the parts to build you one that works just as good as the one in the picture, I'll sell it to you for $10,000. No returns though. smile.gif
erikqwerty
Optical lenses going nowhere, audio pins called opical cables, 2 Terabyte ram card, obvious joke photos.

I want one!!!













Give ya $10 for one... Cause thats what it's worth smile.gif


EDIT: Whoah! Piccies turned huge!! never mind.
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