posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 08:52 AM
Originally posted by Zaphod58
This sounds very interesting. I can't wait until it hits the market, and see how it does. I hope it pans out, unlike other new tech that was
supposed to "revolutionalize" computers.
Computers have undergone several revolutions within the past 20 years. They seem to come every 5 years or so and this is coming just in time as the
last big breakthrough was the P4's and 100+ GB Harddrive and DDR Ram(whcih was roughly 4-5 years ago). Roughly 5 years before that was the MMX
processor and decent video cards and the first really good affordable sound cards. This is not an exact timeline just what roughly happen to give you
a better perspective.
The next revolution will be in 3 area's.
1. Physics Chips(they will be integrated into every videocard eventually)
2. Multi-Core CPU's(The new AMD platform Socket 939/940 can use both Dual Core and Conventional CPU's)
3. THIS NEW STORAGE TECHNOLOGY
[edit on 1-12-2005 by sardion2000]