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<font face="Book Antiqua"><font size="2"><b><font color="Red">1. Intel Quadcore CPUs for exteme multitasking<br />
2. DDR3 Memory, which should be faster with much higher bandwidth<br />
3. Large capacity Flash Memory Hard Drives for faster access speeds<br />
4. Motherboards with integrated RAM to run cool and fast</font></b></font></font><font face="Book Antiqua"><br />
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<b><font color="Navy">Intel Quadcore CPU ranks one because I am a fan of multitasking and have experienced both single and dualcore CPUs from Intel. To tell you the truth, I am not impressed in a few areas. Hopefully I won't be disappointed with Quadcores, but who knows?</font></b></font>
 

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DDR3 is planned, quad cores are out very very soon, #4 not very likely, #3 is probably already in the works.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">DDR3 is planned, quad cores are out very very soon, #4 not very likely, #3 is probably already in the works.</div>

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</div>#3 is already in the works. I forget which company it ws (Micron, maybe?) but somebody was approaching the 15-gig mark. <br />
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I also agree that #4 is not likley. The integrated RAM might be faster, but would definatly not be cooler and would limit upgradeability.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">#3 is already in the works. I forget which company it ws (Micron, maybe?) but somebody was approaching the 15-gig mark. <br />
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I also agree that #4 is not likley. The integrated RAM might be faster, but would definatly not be cooler and would limit upgradeability.</div>

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</div>I would like to see mobos with maybe 256-512 of integrated, with RAM slots, that will take care of OS memory needs. That would be nice.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">I would like to see mobos with maybe 256-512 of integrated, with RAM slots, that will take care of OS memory needs. That would be nice.</div>

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</div>that would just be one more thing that would slow us down. If they don't use good memory...or another company does it better....it would just make it even harder to buy a motherboard...
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">that would just be one more thing that would slow us down. If they don't use good memory...or another company does it better....it would just make it even harder to buy a motherboard...</div>

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</div>Agreed. It might be nice for the average comsumer, but could really hurt anybody who wanted to upgrade/actualy cared what they put in thier computer.
 

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If you all read PC World magazine, you will notice that they are developing laptops with integrated ram. This is practical. It would also cause less stress to the mobo, which in-turn could lower heat. This would also be nice since not many upgrade their laptop anyway, and if it was 1-2 gigs, then there wouldn't really be a need for upgrades. As far as the stuff that has been announced, I know it has. I just want to get it in the next year, sorry, I could have worded it better.
 

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Well ya, people almost never upgrade laptops, as it isn't cost efficient, and much more difficult than upgrading a PC.
 
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