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  1. Mohsin Ali

    Mohsin Ali Member Guru

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    Quantom devices have to get mainstream one day, but I seriously doubt if this device is real and working. Still, there is a lot of research going on in the field of Quantom electronics since they are very promising and an easy alternative for better and faster computers.
     
  2. chukb

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    FAKE FAKE FAKE.. PHOTOSHOPPED.. im sorry you guys are idiots if you believe this.. don't you think it would be mainstream by now if they had something like this..
     
  3. benktlottie

    benktlottie Maha Guru

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    Thank goodness CHUKB a.k.a. Brad "Big Brain" spotted it was a fake ! We need more people like him on 'fakewatch', just to stop all of us idiots from believeing these nasty photshopped images !!! :)

    BTW, the daddy of all operating systems is Windows XP 64, which by default can use 128GB RAM, not Datacentre as I previously quoted.
     
  4. Morketh

    Morketh Ancient Guru

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    yea im not believing it, i think theyd have a computer with those specs before a laptop lol
     

  5. Xaser04

    Xaser04 Ancient Guru

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    Wow that 'computer' has half as much ram as it does HD space!!!!

    'Video & Graphics: Two Integrated graphic controllers [Intel®855GME internal graphics, support Intel® DVMT (Dynamic Video Memory Technology) and AtomChip® DVM (Dynamic Video Memory)] '

    Although it wouldn't be very good for games :p
     
  6. jonerkinsella

    jonerkinsella Ancient Guru

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    lads ,i didnt read it has 1tb of ram,i read 256 onboard processor ram and hd had 2tb capacity.wich sounds ok to me .i think its real .and xp is 4gb compatible.
     
  7. Pitman

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    RRRRRRRIGHT
     
  8. GSB

    GSB Maha Guru

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    benktlottie, your 3D Mark scores make me feel small & insignificant...:(


    but I will survive.
     
  9. DrSiN

    DrSiN Ancient Guru

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    Can someone tell my why the patent number is real ?

    Or could I patent a 10000000ghz chip using a cheese complex matirx with the US patent office?
     
  10. Kon$olE

    Kon$olE Ancient Guru

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    benktlottie Maha Guru

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    The more I read it, the more I think this could be real. I just read their website again, and the link to the awards and the show it appeared at. It may not be production ready, but it certainely seems feasible. Looks to be a bit pricey though, 2tb storage, $5000, 1tb RAM $6000...ouch !

    Either that, or its a clever hoax.
     
  12. Xaser04

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    After a second look it does look feasible but the website, I don't know just feels too amateurish for it to be a real product. Don't you tink they would have a reeally nice layout to show off their product rather than just a plain looking done in 5mins job.

    The shots of the properties pane from my computer have to fake as someone pointed out windows doesn't support more than 4gb of RAM, and as far as I'm aware it won't boot with more.

    I am also dubious of tha fact it is running windows. And windows xp for that matter. There nothing wrong with xp it just doesn't, I don't know fit for some reason. (I think im tired as im blabbing)
     
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    Perhaps they are on a low budget and didn't have much for the website. But still seems fake to me.
     
  14. Pitman

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    Those screenshots are as fake as the day is 24 hours. Look at the disk properties screenshot. There are no commas after every 3 digits to split up the size in bytes, and also the capacity in TB uses a , not a . the same as Cybermarine said about the CPU speed. Unless its using some crazy special beta version of XP to support that much RAM, But it still says XP Professional so....
     
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    ST19AG_WGreymon Ancient Guru

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    Is it real?
     
  17. Sota

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    That is as fake as Pamela Anderson's breasts....
     
  18. Kon$olE

    Kon$olE Ancient Guru

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    If you look closely at the properties shot they have, you may notice that the pixel structure is perfectly preserved.
    And as for the strange anomalies, i think they have a slighly different os, look at the last tab on the right, as well as the "quota" tab.
    Maybe its just a different language?
     
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    explain to me the CES site then? If its as fake as you say it is without any insiteful evidence.
     
  20. yojimborobert

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    Guys, the info in XP is easily faked... you can add it in a little text file in your windows directory. I make mine "Built by Robert Collins", but you could put "11ty billion ghz and 900 gb ram" if you wanted. Not only that, but they are claiming that the heatpipes coming off the processor are "fiber optic bundles" which is total BS.

    Their so-called hotness w/ #6 as "fibers optic cable" [sic]
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    A real laptop heatsink with heatpipes
    [​IMG]

    slightly different setup, but it makes it more obvious what that "fibers optic cable" really is.
     

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