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Atom Chip's AtomChip SG220-2 super notebook - it's a hoax

Posted on Monday, October 03 2005 @ 00:54:17 CEST by


When seeing the product page of the AtomChip®SG220-2 notebook many people will be surprised by the specifications of this feature-packed super notebook.

Atom Chip Corporation claims this notebook is a revolution. It features a 6.8GHz AtomChip Quantum II processor, runs both Microsoft Windows XP Professional and Linux with Voice Command, has 1TB Quantum-Optical non-volatile RAM, 2TB non-volatile Quantum RAM storage capacity, a 12.1" WXGA display, an integrated 1.3 megapixel digital camera and much more. You can check out the product page over here.

The system should be available in January 2006 for a price of $8,500 to $15,000, depending on "the completeness" according to Atom Chip.

However, I can assure u that this product is vaporware. It's to good to be true and it doesn't exist because it is just impossible.

Atom Chip claims the system has 1TB of RAM memory and according to the screenshots the system runs the 32-bit version of Windows XP Professional. This is a clear indication that this is a hoax because Windows XP can only handle 4GB of memory. Heck, even the 64-bit Windows XP Professional can only handle 16GB of RAM memory.


 






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Re: Atom Chip's AtomChip SG220-2 super notebook - it's a hoax
by Anonymous on Friday, November 25 2005 @ 08:00:36 CET
a 64 bit chip should be able to handle up to 17 billion gigabytes of RAM.. that is to say, they ought to be able to handle 17 billion combinations of 1's and 0's for addresses.

This is most definitely a hoax.



Re: Atom Chip's AtomChip SG220-2 super notebook - it's a hoax
by Anonymous on Friday, November 25 2005 @ 08:01:17 CET
17 billion billion hehe.



Re: Atom Chip's AtomChip SG220-2 super notebook - it's a hoax
by Anonymous on Monday, December 11 2006 @ 23:29:01 CET
hoax my butt i saw it Tera chip and the technology 3 years ago and played with it myself on my laptop i brought to CES and not only did i copy my harddrive to it i uploaded an entire collecction of DVD's and after it was done i ran them on the player. man it was just fast!!! dont believe the nay sayers they never touched it and as far as im concerned its the Pardigm shift in the industry. for those who poo poo the concept its because they cant afford it also you should see this thing revolutionize the usb concept. why sand disk doesnt have it. is cause A: they own the patent on the formfactor. B: they dont want to be out done by anything thats remotely competition. C: if they can't own it, they wont licence it either. so screw the little guy. hmm i remember this when the 100 mile an hour carburator came out.. yeah those hoaxsters...Blow ME creatins.



 

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