Friday, 7 October 2011

1 Gigabit LAN 

Modern organizations depend upon their local-area networks (LANs) to provide connectivity for a growing number of complex, mission-critical desktop computing applications. As the volume of network traffic increases, however, the bandwidth offered by a typical 10/100 Mbps Ethernet LAN quickly becomes inadequate to maintain acceptable performance for a growing number of notebook/desktop/server computing environments. These traffic jams are fueling the need for higher-speed networks. Among the high-speed LAN technologies available today 1 Gigabit Ethernet has become the leading choice. Gigabit Ethernet provides 1 Gbps bandwidth for networks with the simplicity of Ethernet at lower cost than other technologies of comparable speed.
Many of latest applications require the transmission of large files over the network. Scientific applications demand ultra-high bandwidth networks to communicate 3-D visualizations of complex objects ranging from molecules to aircraft. Magazines, brochures and other complex, full-color publications prepared on notebook computers are transmitted directly to digital-input printing facilities. Many medical facilities are transmitting complex images over LAN and WAN links, enabling the sharing of expensive equipment and specialized medical expertise. Engineers are using electronic and mechanical design automation tools to work interactively in distributed development teams, sharing files in the hundreds of gigabytes.
Many companies are now employing Internet technologies to build private intranets, enabling users in an organization to go beyond electronic mail and access critical data through familiar Web browsers, opening the door to a new generation of multimedia client/server applications. While intranet traffic is currently composed primarily of text, graphics and images, this is expected to expand in the near future to include more bandwidth-intensive audio, video and voice. 
6-in-1 Card Reader

Card readers are an easy solution for downloading files from portable media cards. Now you can easily load and transfer files from all of your media cards. Internal 6-in-1 Card Reader: 
· Goes into a 3.5" FDD bay, and connects to an available USB port 
· Reads/writes Compact Flash, Smart Media, Memory Stick, Multimedia Card, Secure Digital media and IBM Microdrive cards 
· Supports hot swapping between cards 
· Supports copying among different media or cards 
· Automatic card detection 
· Low power consumption 
· USB Plug and Play for Win98SE/2000/ME/XP 

Wireless Communication

802.11 wireless LAN
· 802.11 -- applies to wireless LANs and provides 1 or 2 Mbps transmission in the 2.4 GHz band using either frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) or direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS). 
· 802.11a -- an extension to 802.11 that applies to wireless LANs and provides up to 54 Mbps in the 5GHz band. 802.11a uses an orthogonal frequency division multiplexing encoding scheme rather than FHSS or DSSS. 
· 802.11b (also referred to as 802.11 High Rate or Wi-Fi) -- an extension to 802.11 that applies to wireless LANS and provides 11 Mbps transmission (with a fallback to 5.5, 2 and 1 Mbps) in the 2.4 GHz band. 802.11b uses only DSSS. 802.11b was a 1999 ratification to the original 802.11 standard, allowing wireless functionality comparable to Ethernet. 
· 802.11g -- applies to wireless LANs and provides 20+ Mbps in the 2.4 GHz band. 

Bluetooth is an open specification for a cutting-edge technology that enables short-range wireless connections between desktop and laptop computers, personal digital assistants, cellular phones, printers, scanners, digital cameras and even home appliances — on a globally available band (2.4GHz) for worldwide compatibility. In a nutshell, Bluetooth unplugs your digital peripherals and makes cable clutter a thing of the past. With Bluetooth technology, you can link your Palm OS-based handheld device, Bluetooth-enabled cell phone and peripherals with your notebooks or LCD PCs — and do it wirelessly, within a 30-foot range. The name refers to a Viking King who unified Denmark. 
ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 
ATI MOBILITY™ RADEON™ 9600 graphics card is the premium solution for persuasive presentations, real-time games and home entertainment on all the latest displays. With longer lasting battery life and an easy to upgrade architecture, MOBILITY RADEON 9600 delivers premium 3D performance with vivid, cinematic quality graphics. Accelerate the visual features in today’s most popular business and home multimedia applications and reward yourself with the freedom to perform anywhere, anytime. 
Built-in Digital PC Camera 
With the built-in PC camera you'll be able to do video conferencing right on your notebook. Whether you need to take pictures of yourself and the surroundings to quickly email them back to your loved ones or to the office from a hotspot using the integrated wireless LAN, or you're planning to do conference calling, it definitely comes in handy. And ladies, you can even apply makeup using the PC camera as if it were a mirror or see what your child or partner is doing behind your back while you are busy working on your laptop...

DVI (Digital Video Interface) is a specification created by the Digital Display Working Group (DDWG) to accommodate analog and digital monitors with a single connector. There are three different DVI configurations:
DVI-A, designed for analog signals, DVI-D, designed for digital signals, and DVI-I (integrated), designed for both analog and digital signals.
Using a DVI connector and port, a digital signal that is sent to an analog monitor is converted into an analog signal. If the monitor is a digital monitor, such as a flat panel display, no conversion is necessary. Many monitors now include a DVI connection and many video adapters include a DVI port along with, or instead of, the traditional 15-pin Video Graphics Array (VGA) port. 
FireWire IEEE1394 
With more than 30 times the bandwidth of the popular USB 1.1 peripheral standard, FireWire 400 has been the gold standard for high-speed data transfer. 
With its high data-transfer speed, FireWire IEEE 1394 is the interface of choice for today’s digital audio and video devices, as well as external hard drives and other high-speed peripherals. Now transferring data at up to 800 Mbps, FireWire 800 delivers more than double the effective bandwidth of the USB 2.0 peripheral standard. That means you can send more than a CD’s worth of data every ten seconds. 
Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor with HT Technology 
Power for the passionate gamer and advanced performance for advanced users, the Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor with HT Technology Extreme Edition delivers an incredible experience for those uses who need processing power for today's most advanced applications.
Designed specifically for those who know their technology and crave high performance, this processor runs at 3.20 GHz with an advanced 800 MHz system bus and a whopping 2MB of L3 cache. Built-in Hyper-Threading Technology (HT Technology) provides immediate value in today's computing environment by enabling the processor to simultaneously execute two software program threads. This lets you run two software applications in parallel without sacrificing performance. 
Based on Intel NetBurst microarchitecture and built on Intel's 0.13-micron technology, the Pentium 4 Processor with HT Technology Extreme Edition delivers reliable performance for gamers and power users who demand processing strength to handle today's most advanced applications. 
Intel® Centrino™ Mobile Technology 

Intel® Centrino™ mobile technology is Intel's new technology designed specifically for mobile computing with built-in wireless LAN capability and breakthrough mobile performance. It also enables extended battery life and sleek, easy-to-carry notebook PCs. This is Intel's first integrated computing technology designed from the ground up for wireless notebook PCs.
Now you can work, play and connect without wires. And choose from a whole new generation of thin, light notebooks designed to enable extended battery life.
This new innovative technology enables:
- Integrated wireless LAN capability
- Breakthrough mobile performance
- Extended battery life
- Thinner, lighter designs 
Prescott Processor 
The Prescott Processor is the code name for a new generation of IA-32 processors. The technology incorporates an enhanced Intel® NetBurst™ micro architecture. Other key features of the Prescott Processor include: 
· Support for Hyper-Threading Technology 
· Prescott New Instructions (PNI) support 
· Deeper pipelining to enable higher frequency 
· A High-speed System Bus 
The Prescott Processor improves on the Pentium® 4 processor's hyper-pipelined technology to achieve even higher clock rates than previous generations of Pentium 4 processors. At the same time, the new processor has larger first-level and second-level caches, more store buffers, write combining buffers. 
PNI support does not require new OS support for saving and restoring the new state during a context switch, beyond that provided for Streaming SIMD Extensions. The PNI set is fully compatible with all software written for Intel® architecture microprocessors. 
Subwoofer Audio 
Subwoofer is a standalone or integrate loudspeaker device specifically designed to reproduce the lowest most (non specially locatable) bass frequencies for a room or auto Music Reproduction or Home Theatre presentation system. 
In short, it is an extra low frequency add on speaker for your notebook that allows you to hear and feel very low frequency sounds not clearly reproduced by standard speakers. 
The M-TECH D470W Extreme notebook offers enhanced 4 speakers stereo surround sound with an additional subwoofer.


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