Atom Tech Quantum laptop

by Marc

1TB Flash

[Edit: Gizmodo bring word that this is a fake, and who am I to dispute them? The specs sound iffy enough and the website doesn’t scream “high tech innovator”. They should still get an award for the most technobble product name though!]

Falling squarely in the “too many buzzwords to count” category Atom Chip corp have come up with a new “Quantum Optical” memory technology that should allow silly amounts of solid state storage to be made available.

They also reckon it can be used as RAM as well as storage, so to debut their technology they’ve announced a 6.8 Ghz laptop with 1TB RAM and 2TB solid state storage! (Yep, you read that right)

The spec reads like a geek wishlist (I can’t think of an acronym that isn’t in there) so if it really does exist it’ll be something to behold, but we have to wait until CES in January next year to get a peek at it.

Unfortunately the website is a little scant on detail – it shows some generic pictures of high-tech clean rooms and a laptop with some impressive looking screens and that’s about it.

Full specs, as taken from the site are:

Processor: 6.8GHZ CPU (AtomChip® Quantum® II processor or 4 x Intel® Pentium® M processors 1.7CHz) / System Compliance: Two Operating Systems with Voice Command (Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional and Linux®) / Memory: 1TB Quantum-Optical non-volatile RAM (NvIOpSRAM-SODIMM 200-pin) / Storage: 2TB non-volatile Quantum RAM (NvIOpRAM-ATA IDE) / Optical Drive: DVD Super Multi / LCD Display: 12.1” WXGA (1280 x 800, 16:10) TFT Glare Type LCD display with 1.3 Mega pixel CMOS camera / Video & Graphics: Two Integrated graphic controllers [Intel®855GME internal graphics, support Intel® DVMT (Dynamic Video Memory Technology) and AtomChip® DVM (Dynamic Video Memory)] / Communication: 10/100 Base-T LAN on board, MDC Fax/Modem V.90/V.92 on Board, 802.11a/802.11b/802.11g WLAN, Intel® PRO/Wireless 2100/2200BG/2915ABG network connection, WiFi, Bluetoth, GPRS -with Bluetoth antena, CMOS camera with USB interface, Mega pixel resolution CMOS image / Pointing Device: Synaptics touchpad with 4 way scrolling button / Application Launch Key: E-mail, Internet, Capture, WLAN / LED Status Indicator: Power, Suspend/Resume, Battery Charging Status, Quantum Storage Access, Num Lock mode, Caps Lock mode, Scroll Lock mode, WLAN Lock mode / Keyboard: 3.0mm travel, inverted-T, 88keys with 2 windows key (Internet & Microsoft For Connectivity) / Interface Ports Front Side: One 4-in-1 card reader slot (support SDIO/SD/MS Pro/MS), Audio line out, Stereo Microphone-in / Interface Ports Left Side: LAN port, Modem port, SVGA–out port, One Type II PCMCIA slot (support CardBus), 1394A port (mini jack) / Interface Ports Right Side: USB 2.0 ports x 3 / Interface Port Rear Side: DC-in, Kensington Lock / Audio: Built-in two stereo speakers and Built-in Microphone / AC Adapter (Input: 100-240V AC, 50-60Hz, 1.5A. Output: 20V DC, 2.5A, 50W) / Battery: 6 cell Li-lon battery pack. Battery Charge: 3 hrs charge time to 100% capacity while system off and 4 hrs charge time while system on. Battery Life: Approximately 8 hours for AtomChip® Quantum® II processor and 3 hours for 4 x Intel® Pentium® M processors 1.7CHz / BIOS: AMI, Support PnP, password, Bootable from USB and DVD / Power Management: ACPI 2.0 compliance / Smart Battery System Support / Security: Kensington Lock / Size: 320.0(W) x 242.0(D) x 22.0(H)mm/28.0mm (front/back) / Weight: 1.9kg(when fully equipped with AtomChip® Quantum® II processor) and 2,20kg(when fully equipped with 4 x Intel® Pentium® M processors) / Packing Accessories: Quick Guide, Support CD (Driver, Utility, Manual), AC Adapter, Power Cord, Battery Pack, BOSE Headphone Music System with noise Cancelling.

3 reviews or comments

Andy Moreland Says: September 7, 2005 at 4:34 pm

Hmm.. this just screams wrong to me, I looked carefully at all of the images, and some of the text doesn’t look natural.

Al Says: September 8, 2005 at 1:13 am

Yeah it was a hoax and Marc got suckered :D

Marc Says: September 8, 2005 at 3:56 am

That’ll teach me to believe everything I read on the net… it’ll also teach me to post before the morning cup of coffee ;-)

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