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Major Maedondias
13th Jan 2006, 09:20 PM
CPU: P4 640 3.2Ghz EM64T with Hyper Threading
Chipset: Intel 915P + ICH6
Memory: 2GB Dual SO-DIMM DDR2 533Mhz
Display: 15.4" WSXGA+ active matrix color TFT
Graphics & Video Module: nVidia GeForce 6800 256MB (MXM Type III Module)
Hard Disk Drive: 40GB Toshiba
Optical Storage Device: Built-in 8X DVD-RW Dual Layer Drive(-/+R/RW/RAM/Dual)
Connectivity:
* Azalia compliant MDM Fax/ Modem
* Integrated MDC Fax/Modem (Modem supported V.90 and universal PPT)
* On board 10/100/1000 Mbps BaseT PCI LAN on board
* Wireless 802.11b/g
* Bluetooth
Interfaces:
1x IEEE 1394
1x Headphone-out (Stereo) combo jack
1x Microphone-in jack (Mono) w/ line in jack
4x USB 2.0 ports
1x RJ11
1x RJ45
1x Type II PCMCIA slot
1x S/PDIF output jack
1x Infrared port support IrDA V1.1
Audio: Built-in stereo speakers (Azalia supported), High Definition Audio 24 bit 1.92KHz
Battery Pack & life: Li-ion 8 cell, 14.8V, 4800mAh, 71Wh battery pack, battery run time 2.0 ~ 2.5 hrs(I find about .5~1.5 hrs)
Dimensions(WxDxH): 14" x 11.3" x 1.65~2.02"
Weight: 9.0 lbs

Defeat
17th Jan 2006, 05:13 PM
>Should have got an Athlon:(

Crowze
17th Jan 2006, 05:27 PM
Or a Pentium M, the P4 is by far the worst choice you could make for a laptop. Still, as a desktop replacement system that's pretty toasty :).

BeMyMonkey
26th Jan 2006, 09:46 AM
Looks pretty cool, that 6800 is some powerhouse :)... I've only got an X700 in my laptop, can't turn up UT2K4 :'(

Major Maedondias
31st Jan 2006, 11:57 PM
actually this P4 is the best CPU i've ever worked with. i think the fact it's 64bit and hyperthreaded might be making it a tad more stable then my other systems had ever been when they were single 32bit chips. i'm not using the 64 bit part of my p4 tho... which is why i think this is so smooth lol

BeMyMonkey
1st Feb 2006, 02:13 AM
actually this P4 is the best CPU i've ever worked with. i think the fact it's 64bit and hyperthreaded might be making it a tad more stable then my other systems had ever been when they were single 32bit chips. i'm not using the 64 bit part of my p4 tho... which is why i think this is so smooth lol

64bit extensions and hyperthreading have NOTHING to do with system stability, LOL. In fact, that whole post didn't make any sense at all...

BITE_ME
1st Feb 2006, 03:48 AM
1x RJ11


Stop showing off.:mad:

FireSlash
1st Feb 2006, 07:03 AM
WITH A TWO MINUTE BATTERY LIFE!!!111

BeMyMonkey
1st Feb 2006, 07:07 AM
Stop showing off.:mad:

LOL... what?

BITE_ME
1st Feb 2006, 07:14 AM
Just making fun of the fact, that "Major Maedondias" posted about his 56K. :)

Edit: Should have been RJ11 in my first post....bad editing on my part. Fixed.

BeMyMonkey
1st Feb 2006, 07:17 AM
Just making fun of the fact, that you posted about your 56K. :)
That wasn't me, IIRC, and anyway, isn't RJ45 Ethernet? lol...

Bahahaha i just checked, it IS ethernet :P

Major Maedondias
6th Feb 2006, 02:41 AM
lol omg sry i just copy pasted that off the site i bought the thing from.... and i know that the 64bit and hyperthreading shouldn't have anything to do with stability, but i've seen some weird things happen just from swapping cpus....