Archive for December 2010

I have often been asked, “do you believe in God?” Yes, I would say, we are all working together towards God. I don’t believe in prayer, however. I think my relationship with God is so powerful that everything I do — and everything I think — brings me closer. You would not be alone in detecting a trace of arrogance. But take a step back, dear reader, and let me tell you our story.

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Google is currently starting a Chrome OS evaluation program, which involves distributing some 60000 computers for free to guinea pigs in the United States. The device, codenamed Cr-48, is an unbranded notebook with a black rubberized exterior. Here are the technical specifications:

Dimensions: 0.9″h × 11.8″w × 8.6″d @ 3.8 lb (1.72 kg)
Motherboard: Tripod Motherboard MARIO-6050A240910-MB-A03
Chipset: Intel CG82NM10 PCH
Processor: Intel Atom N455 (Pine Trail) @ 1.66 GHz single-core with hyperthreading
Graphics: integrated Intel GMA (Pineview) @ 200 MHz with VGA port
Audio: integrated Intel 82801G HDA with stereo speakers and 3.5 mm stereo output plug
Memory: 2GB Hynix DDR3 1Rx8 PC3-10600S RAM
Flash: ITE IT8500E Flash ROM
Storage: 16 GB SanDisk SDSA4DH-016G SSD on 1.5 Gbps SATA interface
Display: 12.1″ 1280×800 active-matrix color CCFL-backlit LCD with matte surface
Keyboard: full-sized 74-key keyboard
Touchpad: oversized multitouch clickpad
WiFi: AzureWave Atheros 9280 802.11 a/b/g/n supporting WEP, WPA, and WPA2
Bluetooth: Atheros AR5BBU12 with V2.1 EDR
Mobile: Qualcomm Novatel Gobi2000 PCI Express Mini Card
Battery: 63 Wh removable Li-po battery for up to 8 hours use or 8 days standby
Cooling: fan
Other: integrated USB 2.0 port, webcam, and SD card reader

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