Tuesday, September 09, 2003
Daily mailbox: OCW, Madshrimps, ipKonfig, TweakTown, I4U — Cormac @ 18:42
OCW Exclusive : ASUS J1 GSM900/1800/1900 mobile phone
- Model Name : J100
- Frequency Band : GSM 900/1800/1900
- Multi-Slot Capability : Class 10
- GPRS Service Class : Class B
- LCD : 65,000 colours STN, 128x160
- Ringtone : 16 Polyphonic Melody
- Dimension : 96L x 45.7W x 22H
- Weight : 100 grams
- Battery 750mA, Li-Ion
- Stand-by hours : 50~100 hrs
- Talking time : 2.5 hrs
- Speech encoding : HR, FR and EFT
- Sim card : 3V only
- JAVA : CLDC + MIDP 1.0.3
- PIM Functions : Calendar, Multi-field Phonebook, Memo
- Voice Command : Up to 20 sets
- voice Recording : 3 Min.
- SMS : Supported
- WAP 2.0 : Supported
- Games : 3
- Caller ID LED : 7 Colours
- On-Screen Caller Phone ID : Supported
Removing the IHS from the Northwood-D @ Madshrimps
"I used a simple thread of high tinsel nylon, found the place on
the chip where the epoxy seal was les then perfect (luckily it was on a
corner), and began sawing away. I definitely recommend placing the CPU
in a socket, and locking it down. Truth be known there were a few
moments when I became impatient and actually lifted the CPU out from a
locked socket. Not advisable."
Read more at Madshrimps.
Thermalright SLK-947U Heatsink Review @ ipKonfig
"Thermalright has been in the heatsink business for some time now, and without any doubt has produced some of the best on the planet. While it tends to appeal more to enthusiast users, the heatsinks are not cheap. But with Thermalright heatsinks you always get a product that performs, complete with everything needed for mounting. The SLK 947U comes with a bit more than your typical heatsink and because of this it is able to support both AMD and Intel processors. The good news is that this doesn´t include any additional parts or accompanying extra costs. So you get everything needed in a top quality workmanship heatsink that is designed to perform, and perform it does."
Read more at ipKonfig.
DFI nForce 2 Lanparty Motherboard Review @ TweakTown
"Sure, the AMD64 series of 64-bit mainstream processors are starting to become a hit among enthusiasts around the world before its official worldwide launch later this month. For the time being though AMD fans will need to stick with Athlon XP and one of the chipsets available to power this CPU: nForce 2 from nVidia. Today Cameron "Sov" Johnson takes a look at the DFI nForce 2 Lanparty motherboard. Can´t afford or wait for Athlon 64? Then take a look at this!"
Read more at TweakTown.
I4U News: New Sony VAIO PCV-V10B ´PC-In-Monitor´
"In December 2002 we reported about the Sony W PC line that integrates all PC elements into a flat screen monitor. The PCV-V10B is doing just that but the new series looks way cooler and more compact.
The PCV-V10B features a 15" flat screen monitor with 1024x768 resolution. It comes in Black and White casing.
The size is 380x200x327mm and the weight is 7.8KG. The PCV-V10B also known as "Bio-V" is featuring a TV-Tuner and a Remote control."
- Celeron 2.2GHz
- 256MB RAM (max. 1GB)
- 80GB Hard drive
It will be sold for ¥180,000 in Japan.
Read more at I4U.
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