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Laptop ya Kwanza kuvumbuliwa duniani

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by MziziMkavu, Aug 13, 2011.

  1. MziziMkavu

    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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  2. Gurta

    Gurta JF-Expert Member

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    Du, asante kwa hii flashback
     
  3. pmwasyoke

    pmwasyoke JF-Expert Member

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    kama unazo specification zake itapendeza ukiziweka. Yawezekana HDD drive yake ilikuwa na storage ya gb 1.
     
  4. mojoki

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    doh huo mzigo mbona desk top kabisa
     
  5. Janja PORI

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    ha ha Mhz 4 mem 30mg nt Gb ha ha speed 0.2
     
  6. VoiceOfReason

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    Mkuu according to history IMB haikuwa the first laptop....

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    [TD="bgcolor: lightyellow"][SIZE=+1]Gavilan SC[/SIZE][/TD]
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    [TD]Introduced:[/TD]
    [TD]May 1983[/TD]
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    [TD]Price:[/TD]
    [TD]US $3995[/TD]
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    [TD]Weight:[/TD]
    [TD]9 pounds[/TD]
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    [TD]CPU:[/TD]
    [TD]Intel 8088 @ 5 MHz[/TD]
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    [TD]RAM:[/TD]
    [TD]32K built-in[/TD]
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    [TD]Display:[/TD]
    [TD]LCD - 66 X 8 text[/TD]
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    [TD]400 X 64 pixels[/TD]
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    [TD]Interface:[/TD]
    [TD]standard keyboard[/TD]
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    [TD]touch-pad "mouse"[/TD]
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    [TD]Ports:[/TD]
    [TD]video, serial, modem[/TD]
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    [TD]Peripherals:[/TD]
    [TD]optional printer[/TD]
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    [TD]Storage:[/TD]
    [TD]Internal 3.5-inch floppy[/TD]
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    [TD]OS:[/TD]
    [TD]Gavilan OS[/TD]
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    [TD]MS-DOS 2.11[/TD]
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    At the Anaheim National Computer Conference in May of 1983, Gavilan introduced the smallest and lightest battery-powered MS-DOS laptop computer to date, the Gavilan Mobile Computer.

    Some attribute the Gavilan as the world's first laptop computer, but that record is often given to the GRiD Compass 1101 introduced a year earlier in 1982, although the GRiD has no built-in floppy disk drive, and doesn't run on batteries.

    The Gavilan featured 3.5-inch floppy drive, a 400 X 64 pixel LCD screen, an innovative touch-pad "mouse", and an internal 300-baud modem.

    The user interface is a system of windows, files, menus, and interactive prompts. To select what you want to do, the solid-state touch-pad is mounted above the keyboard - use your finger like a mouse to interact with the system
    Gavilan SC computer
     
  7. Millah

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    Hizi leo tungeziita type writer!
     
  8. Eshacky

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    Wadau ebu wekeni na Laptop tuliofikia kwa sasa !
     
  9. Fatma Bawazir

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    dah hii si ndio aliletewa mwalimu nyerere kipindi hicho tulikuwa hatuna net tulikuwa tunacheza game tu
     
  10. Brakelyn

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    Laptops zenye performance kubwa zaidi, space kubwa zaidi ya zote kwa sasahivi zinatumiwa na kampuni ya kiMarekani 'Atom Chip' inayoshirikiana na NASA kufanya research & development ya design mpya ya memory devices na processors.

    maelezo yake ni haya.

    The laptop is actually a research product from the research & development company utilizing the new technology of Quantum and Quantum-Optical devices.

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    The following are the specifications of the laptop:-
    • Processor: 6.8Ghz CPU (AtomChip® Quantum® II processor or 4 x Intel® Pentium® M processors 1.7GHz)
    • Memory: 1TB Quantum-Optical non-volatile RAM
    • Storage: 2TB HDD non-volatile Quantum RAM
    • 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
    • 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[SUP]®[/SUP] PRO/Wireless 2100/2200BG/2915ABG network connection, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPRS -with Bluetooth antenna
    • Weight: 1.9Kg(when fully equipped with AtomChip® Quantum® II processor)
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      2.2Kg(when fully equipped with 4 x Intel® Pentium® M processors)
     
  11. Cestus

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    du hii kuwaka c kama kufumba na kufumbua?
     
  12. Brakelyn

    Brakelyn JF-Expert Member

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    duh hapo kwenye 1TB Ram si mchezo, 6.8GHz, speed yake ya kuCopy data sjui itakuaje maana core i5 2.66GHz kwa Ram ya 4GB tu inapiga 55MB/s hiyo kama haigongi maGiggaBite per sec !!:first::first:
     
  13. MziziMkavu

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    Kiboko ya Laptop Zote hii hapa Atom Chip Corporation Reveal Ultra Fast 6.8GHz Laptop – Vapourware?P
    [​IMG]UPDATE – Thanks for the number of people who have written to us about this one, lead by Matt Lacey.
    When originally checking the background for the story, we looked at the CES site finding AtomChip had a stand at CES_but_ that they were listed as aCES Innovations 2005 Awards Honorees.
    The AtomChip.com domain is registered to Shimon Gendlin, who filed a patent on November 29, 1996 for ‘Non-volatile record carrier with magnetic quantum-optical reading effect and method for its manufacture‘, which was granted on November 24, 1998.
    It looks like we, like many other publications, could well have been had on this one. If we have, hats off to ‘Shimon Gendlin’ who’s done everything he could have done to make it look real.
    So be it as you choose … here’s the original story.

    Research and development company, Atom Chip Corporation, have unveiled a beast of a laptop – the competition-frying 6.8GHz AtomChip SG220-2 sporting a TeraByte of RAM and 2 TeraBytes of storage.
    With enough firepower to make the latest high-end laptops look like backfiring peashooters, this monster achieves its breakneck speeds by

    dispensing with hard disk drives and thus increasing system stability by generating less heat and vibration from rattling disk operations.
    The laptop uses new Quantum and Quantum-Optical devices for storing and processing information, with the machine being completely based

    on solid state AtomChip optoelectronics (whatever they are).
    These non-volatile Quantum-Optical RAM wotsits increase the speed of the system, removing the need to refresh information after every cycle of reading of information, as with regular RAM.
    [​IMG]The 6.8GHz behemoth is powered by AtomChip’s Quantum II processor (or four 1.7GHz Intel Pentium M processors) with a terabyte of Quantum-Optical non-volatile RAM (NvIOpSRAM-SODIMM 200-pin) onboard.
    The new non-volatile Quantum-Optical RAM increases the speed of the system as the need to refresh information after every cycle of reading

    of information (like regular RAM) doesn’t exist any more.
    Even the most obsessive MP3 file collector will have serious problems filling the colossal 2TB of non-volatile Quantum RAM storage space onboard (NvIOpRAM-ATA IDE).

    Compared to these eye-watering specs, it’s a surprise to see that the screen’s a bit of a squinter, offering just a 12.1&#8243; WXGA (1280 x 800) display.
    The actual laptop looks a bit rubbish too, bedecked out in a ‘High Street’ bog standard silver finish with a design that won’t be troubling Sony and Apple execs.
    [​IMG]Despite the nation-threatening amount of power on hand, Atom Chip are claiming an impressive battery life of approximately 8 hours for the AtomChip II processor and 3 hours for the 4 x Intel Pentium M processor version.
    The company will be showcasing their Billy Whizz laptop at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) held in Las Vegas in January 2006.
    Pricing has yet to be announced, but I suspect we’re talking ‘re-mortgaging the house’ here.
    Atom Chip

     
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