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the ssd in my eee pc loads xp pretty dam fast, makes me want to put a small one in my pc and put my os on it
I run win 2k now and WOW does it load fast on it. Part of the reason is the 800 x 480 res but it is still crazy fast for what it is. I even have it at the stock 630 mhz most of the time as well, I figure why not save battery since its plenty fast as is, and clock to 900 when needed.
    
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Then ten years down the road they will make robots with complex AI and will take over the world.

We see right through you Intel...
Intel=SkyNet.......
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Intel=SkyNet.......
dammit! you beat me to it.


don't forget the atom, mobile computing.
damn intel is going to own us
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Don't forget they're trying to take over physics as well.

Intel is turning into a huge hardware monopoly on a scale that makes it's previous monopoly (with lower performing hardware than the competition to boot) pale in comparison.

While I am all for these technological advancements, I hate seeing intel take over and dominate all the computer hardware industry. If it turns out all their solutions are better than the competition they will be price gouging like mad (worse than they are already) and things will be pretty suck.
So you're saying the world would be better off without Intel's entry into the SSD world? You say "If it turns out all their solutions are better than the competition they will be price gouging like mad". Ok, so? The other competitors will still have reasonably priced items, just like they would if Intel wasn't there. So what's the big deal? All I see here is more competition and more options for the consumer.
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