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Archive for September 24th, 2018

Hardware Roundup 3rd Nov: Apple iPod Video to be won & Lindhurst Details

Apple iPod Video 30GB & Oppo Digital DVD Player Contest – Designtechnica ‘Contest For November 2005: 1st Place: 1 Black Apple iPod Video 30GB, MSRP $299. 2nd Place: 1 Oppo Digital OPDV971H DVD Player, MSRP $199. This contest is for the month of November, 2005 and ends November 30th, 2005 at 11:59PM PST.’ Intel Lindenhurst Xeon DP Platform Discussion – Hexus ‘The Paxville generation of Xeon is dual-core and uses the latest generation of Netburst microarchitecture, making the DP version ostensibly a clone of the Pentium D 820, but with the ability to also turn on HyperThreading for both cores. The DP version of Paxville, at $1080 in volume, is only available in 2.8GHz form for the time being, MP variant available at up to 3GHz. It supports everything the dual-core Pentium D does, including SSE3 instructions and rides the same 200MHz system bus (800MHz effective).’ More Hardware reviews from this Edition: VoIP & Internet Phone Services Compared Explanatory Guide – Designtechnica Novatron iamm NTD-35 Multimedia Player? – 3DVelocity Corsair DDR PC-3500LL Pro 2GB Dual Channel Memory Kit – 3DGameman HIS X700 ICEQ 128MB – Viperlair SinTek 500 SLI 500W – InsaneTek Corsair XMS PC-3500LL Pro 2GB Kit – OCIA Vantec Lapcool 3 Notebook Cooler – ThinkComputers Corepad Eyepad Mouse surface – Pro-Clockers Lexmark P315 Inkjet Printer – TrustedReviews XFX GeForce 6600 256 MB gDDR2 – Guru3D ...



24MB ADSL broadband may not be possible for most

Analysts have ‘reverse engineered’ data from BT and come to the conclusion that the vast majority of British residents will never be able to get 24Mbps broadband direct to the home. Research by broadband analysts Point Topic suggests that the bandwidth promised by some ISPs will not be available to most UK residents because they live too far from a telephone exchange. "24Mbps is achievable within 300 metres of the exchange so you can get those speeds if you happen to live next door," said Julian Herbert, editor of the Point Topic UK Plus service. So, it looks like we may have to reply on the cable braodband providers for our hopes of high speed internet access. From what the article says though, everyone should be enjoying 10mbit connections by summer. Can’t wait! ?





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