Saturday, March 20, 2010

:: EOS 5D Mark II impresive DSLR camera


EOS 5D Mark II Weapons of professional photographers that come with various advantages, boasts a new 21mp cmos sensor, new features including full 1080p hd movie recording, live view and expanded iso range of 50-25,600.
With an extra 6 of assist points added to the spot metering circle, the EOS 5D mark II enables highly detailed focusing around the center of an image in a servo of mode. The camera is substantial, but not so bulky that it's hard to hold for those with medium-sized hands.

:: More about RSS feeds


RSS (most commonly expanded as "Really Simple Syndication") is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works—such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video in a standardized format. An RSS document (which is called a "feed", "web feed",or "channel") includes full or summarized text, plus metadata such as publishing dates and authorship. Web feeds benefit publishers by letting them syndicate content automatically. They benefit readers who want to subscribe to timely updates from favored websites or to aggregate feeds from many sites into one place. RSS feeds can be read using software called an "RSS

Thursday, March 18, 2010

:: hp Slate will come with a charm

If there is no obstacle hp Slade will probably start this year, The device supports multitask ( using slate you can listen to the music while downloading an important file ) and of course run under windows 7 ( we hope its real windows 7 and not come with starter ).
So far there is still no complete info about hp slate, adobe has come out swinging in support and comes with a variety of modes - movie mode, ebook mode, pc mode, integrated video webcam and wi-fi, usb 2.0, card support and other media-rich content.
Slate is being 0. 3 inches larger than the iPad screen, and the iPad has a ratio of 4:3 and most video's need a ratio 16. 9.

Monday, March 15, 2010

:: Get Ready for W7


Anyone would be heard and know that W7 is windows seven, it was one of the new operating system offered by microsoft.
The main goal of microsoft for this particular operating system will come with a fully compatible with the hardware and applications that also work for windows vista.
W7 has done a great visual upgrade and looks clean and simple, more functional, more efficient than those designed windows vista operating system and many are saying is easy in operation.

New innovations in products offered are designed to enhance your abilities as a professional was better and manage the provision of more mobile, protect data, improve both the end user and personal productivity.
For laptop users are experience a longer battery life and memory management has improved disk activity also has been greatly reduced.

Fact about Windows 7

- Developer : Microsoft
- Release date : RTM: 22 Juli 2009 and for Retail: 22 Oktober 2009
- License : MS-EULA
- Platform Support : IA-32, x86-64
- Graphics Processing Unit : 

Support for DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM Driver Model 1.0 (for Windows Aero)
- Hard disk (HDD) : 32-bit ( Minimum capacity of 16 GB ), 

                           64-bit ( Minimum capacity of 20 GB )
- Speed of central processing units : 32-bit ( 1 GHz 32-bit CPU ), 

                                                  64-bit ( 1 GHz 64-bit CPU )
- RAM : 32-bit ( max installed only up to 4GB ), 

            64-bit ( max installed 192 GB )
- Version : Home Basic, Home Premium, Home Profesional, Home Ultimate, Starter

Saturday, March 13, 2010

:: iPad tablet from Apple

Apple has released newest product some time ago and given the name iPad, a cursory impression of light and nice looking. iPad want to give consumers an experience for browsing, interacting online, play videos, listen to music and others.
iPad in terms of browsing provides a very impressive experience. Large screen and capacitive multi-touch screen is very responsive to really make iPad be the best device for browsing the Internet and a digital media center.
Like the
iPhone, iPad also has a complete digital media but with a larger screen. iPad has built in iPod, iTunes, safari browser, youtube, and countless applications which can be downloaded via AppStore.

:: Fujitsu with Zero Frame Concept

Major concepts have been born in a world of laptops though it was only a draft.
Big companies start with a concept notebook that uses input reinforced glass substrate and the touch screen and Fujitsu join enliven the market.
This idea has triggered concepts like ASUS 'dual-display laptop or PC from MSI similar projects which recently introduced at CeBIT in Hanover, Germany. Acer, on the other hand, seems likely to go to enliven this concept.
Many ideas came out, one of them dreamed completely remove buttons that support the sense of touch input.
It would be nice if it could be a real technology with zero frame and it comes with a slim and lightweight but still not true endurance tested.
Besides just adding portability of benefits, using such a design should also help manufacturers reduce the cost of hardware materials. It is a big challenge for the company.

Friday, March 12, 2010

:: Acer Aspire One with Atom N450


End of 2009 and early 2010, the Acer released a new Netbook with labels Aspire One AO532h.
This new product equipped with the latest microprocessors from Intel which Intel Atom N450 or pine trail and one of the strengths of the claims by the acer is Batrei endurance up to 10 hours with high-density 5.600 mAh 6-cell battery, which battrey resilience is not enough because the performance of Intel's Atom N450 more efficient and supported by the LED backlit screen.

In addition to other standard fittings, the multi-gesture trackpad and keyboard size reaches 93% is the latest fittings provided by Acer.

The specification is owned AO532h Acer Aspire One as follows: 

Processor : Intel® Atom(TM) Processor N450 (1.66GHz, 512KB L2 cache, 667MHz FSB)
Memory : 1GB DDR2 SDRAM, running at 667 MHz
Chipset : Mobile Intel® NM10 Express Chipset
Graphics : Integrated Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 3150
OS : Windows 7 Starter
Wireless support : Acer InviLink(TM) Nplify(TM) 802.11b/g/Draft-N Wi-Fi CERTIFIED
Input device : 93% full-size keyboard, multi-gesture touchpad
Internal Storage : 160 GB 5400 rpm SATA hard drive
Ports and connectors : (3) USB 2.0 ports, VGA, power connector, RJ-45/Ethernet 
Display : 10.1″ WSVGA Acer CrystalBrite™ LED-backlit Display
Communication : 10/100 Fast Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) 
Audio / Visual : High Definition Audio, stereo speakers, integrated microphone, stereo headphone/headset, microphone jack : integrated webcam
Slots : Multi-in-1 Digital Media Card Reader
Security : Kensington lock slot
Dimentions : 10.17” (W) x7.28” (D) x .99” (H) 
Weight : 2.76 lbs. | 1.25 kg
Power : 6-cell Li-ion Battery (4400 mAh); Optional hi-density 6 cell battery (5600 mAh)

    Thursday, March 11, 2010

    :: Overcome Spyware

    Most of spyware gets download to your computer without your knowledge. It usually shows up through free downloads and email attachments.
    If you’ve ever been surfing the internet and a message pops-up and you accidentally hit “Yes” or “OK”, you may have accidentally installed spyware. Even the smartest Internet users get spyware— so you can take comfort knowing you’re not alone.
    What does spyware DO exactly? Three basic things: 

    1. Gets Annoying – Spyware can become VERY annoying by displaying endless pop-ups and ads. It’s also common for spyware to send copies of itself to everyone in your address book— and you’ll never know!
    2. Slows Down Your Computer – Spyware makes everything feel “sluggish” for no apparent reason. If your computer runs a lot slower now than when you first bought it, chances are you have spyware.
    3. Steals Your Information – Spyware can install “keyloggers” and files in your registry system that steal private information, look for online banking or credit card numbers, and so on. This is the most dangerous threat of spyware.  

    Unfortunately, more types of spyware are being added to the Internet every day… making it a growing problem. Your anti-virus program will not take care of this, so you’ve got to find a different solution.
    To make matters worse, a lot of hackers have created software that promises to “remove spyware”— but actually installs MORE of it! Not just spyware either: A lot of these “removal” programs will install nasty viruses, keystrokers, malware, and Trojan horses…
    I’ve had spyware on my computer that kept showing pop-ups that said, “Got Spyware?” and “Stop Pop-Ups Now”. If you’re like me, this drives you nuts. And millions of dollars are being made from our frustration.
    So now it’s time to STOP it. The program that I personally use and recommend to get rid of spyware is called “NoAdware”. You can get it here (opens in new window). 

    There are a lot of “brand name” anti-spyware programs that work well, but cost way too much. There’s simply no reason to waste your money on this problem.

    On the other hand, other people try to remove spyware without spending any money. Big mistake. This is where hackers take advantage of you by offering “free” removal programs… and then your computer will REALLY get screwed up.
    Even if you think you’ve found a legitimate “free” spyware removal program, I don’t recommend downloading it. The fact is there are tens of thousands of new threats added every week… so you need a program that gets updated on a consistent basis.
    You want an anti-spyware program that meets these conditions:
    * Combines REMOVAL and PREVENTION together.
    * Gets updated on a consistent basis for new threats.
    * Occupies very little space on your hard drive.
    * Loads quickly and doesn’t “clog” system resources in the background.
    * Easy to use and install.
    * Works perfectly again and again and again with no bugs.  

    Very few software tools on the market actually meet these criteria— or even half of them!
    Spyware is not a problem to be taken lightly. It can really turn into a nightmare.
    Credit card data, online banking access, private passwords, and other sensitive information is all at risk. The FTC reports that over 10 MILLION people will fall victim to identity theft this year. If you have kids, the situation can be even more dangerous…

    :: Overview of Canon lenses

    Canon’s lens line  
    Canon’s lens line is broad and deep, and with lens adapters, many other brands such as Nikon, Leica R, Olympus and Contax can be used on Canon EOS.  

    The “L” lenses  
    Canon’s “L” line is designed for professionals: high quality build, more advanced and higher performing optics, which is not to say that non-L lenses are inferior; many are excellent. But in general, if you can afford it, you’ll want “L glass”, the stuff with the red ring at the end of the lens barrel.  

    EF vs EF-S lenses
    The EF designation means that a lens is designed for a full-frame 36 X 24mm sensor.
    The EF-S designation means that a lens is designed for a smaller cropped sensor, 22.3mm wide.


    lenovo ThinkPad has a new product line with a series of lenvo T400s, a revision of its predecessor T series 400.The completeness of the series this one is not much different from his brother, only the size of the body that sets it apart, T400s thinner and definitely lighter than its predecessor.
    For security issues are no longer in doubt, although the size bodynya thin but still did not eliminate brandnya as a recalcitrant laptop, T 400s design was inspired by a thin and lightweight X300 and good performance of the series combine Lenovo's T and 2 excess, then created T400s it.
    Although T400s are designed in such a thin and light but not including the T400s most portable laptop, given the weight of which reached 1.77 kg.

    Here are the specifications of the T400s:
    • Processors : Intel® Core™2 Duo SP9400 (2.4GHz, 6MB Cache, 25 watt) or  Intel® Core™2 Duo SP9600 (2.53GHz, 6MB Cache, 25 watt)
    • OS ( different from each country ) :  XP Professional 32 downgrade – Windows Vista® Home Basic – Windows Vista® Home Premium – Windows Vista® Business – Windows Vista® Business 
    • Chipset/CPU :  Intel® 4500MHD/Core™2, SV Small FF, 25W
    • Memory :  3GB PC3-8500 DDR3 SDRAM 1066MHz
    • RAM maksimal : 8192 MB
    • Hard drive : 250GB 5400rpm 
    • Network Card : Intel Wireless Wi-Fi Link 5100 
    • Optical Device : Multi- TouchPad Optical Drive options –  DVD ROM –  CD-RW/DVD Combo drive – DVD recordable multiburner, Blu-ray™ DVD
    • Graphics : Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD
    • Display : 14.1-inch WXGA+ LED 1440x900 ( Wide )
    • USB Ports : 3 x USB 2.0
    • eSATA interface : yes
    • Bluetooth : yes 
    • Webcam : 2 mp
    • UMTS : UMTS / HSDPA 7.2 Mbit / s 
    • Other data interfaces : 1 x Firewire, PCIe slot
    • Security : Integrated Fingerprint Reader with LED ‘Smart Indicators’ –  Trusted Platform Module –  ConstantSecure (WWAN models)
    • Memory Card Reader : SD / MMC, Memory Stick
    • Maximum temperature : 36.9 ° C 
    • Weight : 1.77 kg
    • Dimention : 33.5 x 23.8 x 3.0 cm
    • Battery : 6-cell Lithium-Ion

    :: Benq netbook that many side of Eco

    Benq did not want to miss the in the development of netbook series, is seen from their brand-new netbook products are labeled Joybook lite U121.
    Eco-package netbook, Benq in this product has creates a friendly enviroment in a way, "Whether it's power saving LED-backlit display, low power consumption Intel Atom CPU, or use a large amount of recycled materials in packaging, Eco U121, has been recognized EPEAT and Energy Star as a product that " really green ".
    To Joybook Lite U121, there are 2 series released by BenQ: Joybook Lite U121-L.E14 and Joybook Lite U121-S.E07 physically there is no difference in OS and only a different HDD, L.E14 combined with linux OS with 250 HDD GB (5400RPM - SATA), while his brother S.E07 using OS Windows ® XP Home Edition with 160 GB HDD (5400RPM - SATA) as well as additional bonus Microsoft Office Ready (60-day free trial).
    This product is equipped with an Intel ® Atom ™ Processor Z530 is more powerful than its predecessor if only using the Intel Atom N270 and N280.
    Another plus 8 hours battery duration, good enough for office activities and it seems we do not have to worry about the rechargeable battery for Benq equip this unit with a facility that is Q-Charge "to fill 80% of the battery can be done in just one hour!

    Here are the specifications of this product
    ( Joybook Lite U121 - S.E07 )

    CPU : Intel® Atom™ Processor Z530
    OS : Windows® XP Home Edition ( for L.E14 comes with Linux )
    Chipset : Mobile Intel® Polsbo US15W Express Chipset
    Graphic Chip : Intel® GMA500
    Memory : DDRII-533 1GB (max. to 2GB)
    Hard Drive : 160 GB (5400RPM - SATA) ( untuk L.E14 using 250 GB (5400RPM - SATA) )
    Optical Drive : SSD: 8/16/32 GB (option)
    Communications/Networks :
    ‧LAN:Built-in 10/100 Ethernet 
    ‧Wireless LAN: 802.11 b/g
    ‧Bluetooth: Built-in Rev. 2.1/ EDR (option)
    ‧Built-in 3.75G HSUPA (option)
    Size :
    .11.6"WXGA (1366x768)
    .16:9 LED backlight
    .UltraVivid widescreen display with 200nits
    .Response Time:8ms
     I/O Ports :
    ‧USB 2.0 x3
    ‧RJ-45 Ethernet port x1
    ‧D-Sub port x1
    ‧DC-IN x1
    ‧Microphone-in x1
    ‧Headphone-out x1
    Battery : 6-cell Lithium-Ion Battery, 57.72 Whr (5200 mAH);approximately 8hrs duration
    ( depending on usage )
    Card Reader : 4-in-1 card reader: SD/MMC/MS/MS-Pro
    Audio :
    ‧Built-in 2W speaker x2
    ‧Built-in Microphone x1
    ‧Soundsystem x 2 channels
       (1) Sound Blaster Pro Compatible
       (2) HD Audio
       (3) Noise Suppression & Echo Cancellation supported
       (4) SRS TruSurround HD™
    Software :
    .QData Trove 3.3
    .Anti-Virus Software
    .Adobe Reader
    .Adobe Flash Player
    .WebCam Companion 3.0
    .Magic-I Visual Effect 2
    .Microsoft Office Ready (60-day free trial)
    Dimention : 290 x 209 x 26.4 ~ 31.7 (rear) mm
    Weight : 1.3 kg(with 3-cell battery)
    Warranty : 1 year Overseas Regional Warranty(ORW)  
    Webcam : Built-in 1.3-megapixel webcam

    Tuesday, March 9, 2010

    :: Netbooks: Genuine Portable for Web Access

    In the early years the PC was primarily a plaything for science enthusiasts and technology geeks. To bringcomputers to the masses, something was needed that would engage the user and be of genuine use to them, something that we now know has revolutionised the way people live their everyday lives. And that, of course, was the internet. Enabling people to tap into the global community 24-hours a day, the internet has changed the way people communicate; helping to bridge time and distance barriers.
    But there has been a tremendous change in the way people use and access the wealth of information that’s available in cyberspace. What was once a handful of networked computers found in libraries and shared amongst many users, is now affordable and technologically advanced enough to be in the majority of homes in the world.
    Moreover, one of the main changes is that the internet has been transported out of universities, libraries and homes and is now ubiquitous almost everywhere we go – airports, trains, coffee shops and even in our pockets. In fact, mobile phone technology and PDAs have advanced to the point where we can surf the internet at any time and at any place.
    But whilst internet access on pocket devices does have its uses, much of the true value of the web is having large screens with a broadband network connection. And this is where laptops help to bridge the gap between home and office-based desktop machines and pocket-sized mobile devices. However, many laptops aren’t as portable as they otherwise could be and may still be too big to carry around for long periods of time. This is where netbooks come in, as they are gradually starting to fulfil their potential as being the next logical step towards enabling genuine portable internet.
    Netbooks were originally designed for emerging markets as an affordable, small, network-enabled computer. But over the past few years, they have gradually begun to win over a sizeable market share from laptops. Given that the main advantage of buying a netbook over a laptop is that it offers wireless internet access for web browsing and emailing on a device with a screen size as little as five inches, it’s hardly surprising that they are starting to gain popularity with bussines professionals too.
    Acer netbook have proven to be a particularly popular choice on the market. However, with a growing demand for fast internet access on the move, it’s likely that many more of the computing industry’s leading brands will be fighting for a market share in the months and years ahead.
    And this will be another chapter in the remarkable transformation of the humble PC of only a few decades ago to the slick portable models that are available today.

    :: Know the Centrino Platforms

    Platforms Caramel
    Release Product : March 2003
    Mobile Chipset
    Mobile Intel 855 Express Chipset series
    (Odem coded or Montara with Intel Extreme Graphics 2),
    DDR-266 or DDR-333, including ICH4M southbridge.
    Mobile Processor :
    Intel Pentium M processor (Banias coded or Dothan generation 1) with 400 MHz FSB using socket 478
    Wireless Network :
    Intel PRO / Wireless 2100B (Calexico coded) then becomes 2200BG mini-PCI Wi-Fi adapter (code Calexico2). 
    Caramel was able to reach or even exceed the performance of older predecessors of the Pentium 4-M platform, this product has also been possible for the laptop could operate for 4 to 5 hours at 48 Wh battery.
    With the excess surplus that had been in Caramel is a laptop manufacturers can develop products that are thinner laptops, clear light and does not generate excessive heat as his predecessor.

    Platforms Sonoma
     Release Product : January 2005
    Mobile Chipset
    Mobile Intel 915 Express Chipset series
    (Alviso coded with Intel's GMA 900),
    DDR2-533, including ICH6M southbridge.
    Mobile Processor :
    Intel Pentium M processor (Dothan-coded into the 2nd generation) with 533 MHz FSB, Socket 479.
    Wireless Network :
    Intel PRO / Wireless 2200BG or 2915ABG mini-PCI Wi-Fi adapter (Both Calexico2 coded).

    Like the desktop version, Sonoma has supported many new features such as DDR2, PCI Express, Intel High Definition Audio, and SATA.
    But very unfortunately, the introduction of PCI Express is faster cause shorter battery life than his brother Caramel, battery life reached between 3,5-4,6 hrs at 53 Wh battery.

    Platforms Napa
     Release Product : January 2006
    Mobile Chipset
    Mobile Intel 945 Express Chipset series
    (Calistoga coded with Intel GMA 950), including the southbridge ICH7M.
    RAM support for DDR2-533 and DDR2-667 SO-DIMM.
    Mobile Processor :
    Processors - Socket M / Micro-FCBGA
    - Intel Core Solo, Core Duo (Yonah code) processor, or
    - Intel Core 2 Duo (Merom code) processor, which has been using
    667 Mhz FSB for Napa Refresh platform, or
    - Intel Core 2 Solo (Merom code) that uses 553 MHz FSB
    Napa Refresh platform (September 2007).
    Wireless Network:
    Intel PRO / Wireless 3945ABG Mini-PCIe Wi-Fi adapter (which were coded Golan).
    Some models of the new (as of I quarter 2007) from the platform
    Napa Refresh already contain a newer model 4965AGN (a / b / g / draft-n) wireless card.

    Intel uses Centrino Duo for laptops branding with the dual-core Core Duo and Core 2 Duo processor.
    Intel also retain the name Centrino for laptops that use a single core (Core Solo) processor. Some of the early production of Core Duo laptops, are still labeled as Intel Centrino Duo Centrino instead.

    Santa Rosa Platforms
    Release Product : May 2007
    Mobile Chipset
    Mobile Intel 965 Express Chipset series
    (Which were coded Crestline) GM965 with Intel's GMA X3100 graphics technology or PM965 with discrete graphics, and ICH8M southbridge, 800 MHz FSB
    with Dynamic Front Side Bus Switching to save power the low usage.
    - Intel Dynamic Acceleration (IDA), which is essentially to support the use of Windows Vista Aero is good.
    - RAM is supported for DDR2-533 and DDR2-667 SO-DIMM.
    Running DDR2-800 SO-DIMM at 667 MHz while the range Has 800 Mhz FSB support.
    - EFI-compliant firmware, which replaces the BIOS.
    - Optional NAND flash-memory caching called Intel Turbo Memory (Robson coded).
    Mobile Processor :
    Processors - Socket P / Socket M / Micro-FCBGA
    - Intel Core 2 Duo (Merom code) generation 2 with 800 MHz FSB.
    - Intel Core 2 Duo (Penryn code) 45 nm, 800 MHz FSB and SSE4.1,
    and added 47 new instructions to SSSE3.
    Scheduled for release in January 2008 for the Santa Rosa Refresh platform.
    Wireless Network:
    Intel WiFi Link 4965AGN (a / b / g / draft-n) mini-PCIe Wi-Fi adapter (Kedron coded).
    - Support Wireless-N which can increase speeds up to 5X
    2X coverage with a larger area, and supports 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz signal bands, with sufficient bandwidth for high definition audio and video streams.

    Dynamic acceleration technology that is used santa rosa platform allows execution of single threaded faster.
    The point when a threaded application is running, the CPU can turn off one core and overclock the active core.

    Montevina Platforms
    Release Product : release date has been scheduled on June 3 to 7, 2008 at Computex Taipei 

    but delayed until officially released on 5 July 2008.
    Mobile Chipset
    Intel Mobile 4 Express series chipset
    (Cantiga coded; GL40, GS45, GM45, PM45) with Intel's graphics technology GMA X4500 and ICH9M southbridge, FSB 1066 MHz (667 MHz FSB for GL40)
    GM45/GS45 graphics core clockspeed of 533 MHz and 400 MHz for
    GL40, which contains 10 unified shaders, up from the originally provided has 8 by GMA X3100.
    Mobile Processor :
    Processors - Socket P / Socket M / Micro-FCBGA Generation 2 from Intel Core 2 Duo
    (Which were coded Penryn) 45nm with 800-1066 MHz FSB,
    clockspeed ranging from 2 GHz to 3.06 GHz, also features support SSE4.1,
    which has added 47 new instructions to the planned only SSSE3
    power consuming no more than 29W, compared to Merom and the first-generation Penryn's 34W TDP.
    But after it was released a few models such as (P series) have a 25W TDP and rest (T series) that still has a 35W TDP, in addition to the series Q (quad core) with TDP 45W.
    Wireless Network :
    Use of Wireless Modules
    - Intel WiMAX / WiFi Link 5350 mini-PCIe (which were coded as Echo Peak-P)
    which has been supported by both WiMAX up to 450Mbit / s Wi-Fi, or
    - Intel ® Ultimate N WiFi Link 5300 mini-PCIe adapter
    (By Shirley Peak 3x3 code) to support up to 450Mbit / s, or
    - Intel WiMAX / WiFi Link 5150 mini-PCIe adapter (with the Echo Peak-V)
    WiMAX supports very well and up to 300Mbit / s Rx / 150Mbit /
    s Tx Wi-Fi, or
    - Intel WiFi Link 5100 mini-PCIe adapter (code-Shirley Peak 1x2)
    supports up to 300Mbit / s Rx / 150Mbit / s Tx.

    In this case is often referred to as Centrino 2 vPro when combined with the built-in security features and management of technology.

    Platforms Calpella
    Release Product : Q3 schedule beginning in 2009 but suffered a delay of
    Intel because of pressure from computer manufacturers and rescheduled in Q4 2009
    Mobile Chipset
    Intel Mobile Express chipset Series 5 (PCHM coded Ibex Peak)
    with the support of Intel graphics technology that allows for
    dioptimalkannya decoding / encoding and editing / H.264 /
    MPEG-4 AVC video playback are used in Blu-ray technology and 1080p HD video, as well as for use optimation.
    MPEG-2 (DVD) video playback and editing.
    - Not include Integrated memory controller and PCI express controller required to northbridge and FSB technology older.
    - The possibility Display Port is directly connected to the DPCP full support for HDMI (and HDCP), DVI, and VGA.
    - RAM is supported for DDR3-800, DDR3-1066, DDR3-1333 and DDR3-1600 SO-DIMM
    - Gigabit Ethernet LAN controller 82577LM and 82577LF (With code Hanksville).
    - Support for Solid-state drives or Hybrid hard drive.
    Mobile Processor :
    Processor - based on the Intel Nehalem microarchitecture.
    - Intel Core i7 Extreme processor (the code Clarksfield-XE) for the version of Quad-Core 45nm, 55W TDP.
    - Intel Core i7 processor (with code Clarksfield) for the version of Quad-Core 45nm, 45W TDP.
    - I5/Core Intel Core i7 processor
    (With code-SV Arrandale Hillel 32nm and 45nm Ironlake)
    Dual Core version, TDP 35W.
    - Intel Core i7 processor
    (With code Hillel Arrandale-LV 32nm and 45nm Ironlake)
    Dual Core version, 25W TDP.
    - Intel Core i7 processor
    (Arrandale code-Hillel ULV 32nm and 45nm Ironlake)
    Dual Core version, 18W TDP.
    Wireless Network :
    Use of Wireless Modules
    - Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 AGN mini-PCI adapter
    (With code 3x3 Puma Peak), or
    - Intel Centrino Advanced-N + WiMAX 6250 AGN mini-PCI adapter
    (With code Kilmer Peak), or
    - Intel Centrino Advanced AGN-N 6200 mini-PCIe adapter
    (With code 2x2 Puma Peak), or
    - Intel WiFi Link 1000 BGN mini-PCIe adapter (code-Condor Peak)

    Huron River Platforms 

    Release Product : Not yet scheduled

    Mobile Chipset
    6th generation of the Intel Mobile Express (PCHM coded Cougar Point)
    Mobile Processor :
    Processors - based on Intel's Sandy Bridge microarchitecture
    Wireless Network :
    Use of Wireless Modules